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$15 per person at the door

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10/13/18
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
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Stepping Stones Museum For Children
303 West Ave.
Norwalk, CT 06850
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Sustainable Living Expo

Stepping Stones Museum For Children
10/13/18
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
https://sustainne.com/sustainable-living-expo-2018-comes-to-norwalk/

Norwalk’s Stepping Stones Museum for Children will host its first ever Sustainable Living Expo on Saturday, October 13, 2018 in partnership with Sustainne. The “We Love Planet Earth” themed expo will feature a variety of interactive attractions led by local businesses to teach attendees how to live more sustainably every day. Please save the date!

Immerse Yourself in Sustainable Living

Enjoy an all-day immersion into sustainability with free, locally grown and made food and beverage samplings, a textile recycling drive, a Transforming Trash experience, an electric vehicle showcase, a honey harvest and free pollinator-friendly flower seeds, and a community build of a scale model of the Museum using recycled cardboard. Visit all our exhibitors for a full Expo experience.

Featured Attractions:

“There’s No Such Thing as Trash: Transforming the Idea of Garbage” interactive, digital media experience by LorenFlower where guests discover the hidden value of our trash. Don’t miss this experience in the Multi Media Gallery.

Electric Vehicle Showcase: meet EV drivers and learn firsthand about the benefits of electric vehicle ownership. They’ll be parked in the bus loop as you enter. Sponsor Karl Chevrolet will be displaying a Chevrolet Bolt EV and Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid electric.

Community Build with Recycled Cardboard: kids will have the chance to learn about creative repurposing while they partake in a community build of scale models of the Museum using recycled cardboard and 3D printed connectors led by 3Dux/Design. Bring your own single ply cardboard or use the supply provided by The Junkluggers. Head to the Celebration Courtyard to participate in the build!

Recycling Drive: participate in a used textile drive led by Bay State Textiles to prevent valuable materials from being thrown away and negatively impacting the environment. Start saving your used textiles now and bring them to the event to recycle on Bay State Textile’s truck, which will be stationed outside the Museum. Participate in closing the loop on waste by bringing valuable materials back into the production cycle.

Honey Harvest Demonstration and Free Pollinator-Friendly Flower Seeds: Don’t miss The Best Bees Company’s honey harvest demonstration on stage in the Celebration Courtyard. Learn more about honey, home beekeeping, and their research in Bee health. Take home your own pollinator-friendly flower seeds for your yard to join the Pollinator Pathway individuals and organizations are building across Connecticut to ensure an abundant supply of nectar for our native pollinators.

Save the Date!

Plan to attend the Expo with the whole family to learn firsthand from local experts who provide sustainable goods and services to our communities including organic farms and food establishments, artists and designers, and innovative businesses solving our biggest waste problems. 

Exhibitors are Sustainne business members, Community Partners, and Media Partners, all of whom help to build sustainable communities. We are grateful to sponsors Grade A/Shop Rite, Ross Solar and Karl Chevrolet of New Canaan.

The Sustainable Living Expo takes place from 10am until 2pm and is free with general admission of $15 per person.

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