Michigan’s Largest, Liveliest Earth Fair April 27-28
Have fun learning how to be a steward of the Earth. Meet a live bald eagle, hold a blue racer, watch a box turtle eat worms, feed crickets to frogs, walk among and hand-feed live Monarch butterflys, cut wood with a cross cut saw, purchase a white pine seedling, listen to an Earth Talk about recycling or polishing Petoskey stones in the historic Columbus Bible Church and have fun learning how to be a steward of the Earth at the 16th Annual St. Clair County Earth Fair on Friday, April 27 from 9 AM-4 PM and Saturday, April 28 from 10 AM-4 PM at Goodells County Park. Admission, parking and activities are free.
“Earth Fair is a two-day festival designed to showcase earth-friendly options for food, energy, transportation, clothing, homes, gardening and more” according to Sheri Faust, chairwoman of the event. “By blending together demonstrations, workshops, exhibits and artisans, Earth Fair offers a unique opportunity for 10,000 visitors to connect with 70 exhibitors promoting healthy, green and organic products and services.”
Goodells County Park is located at 8264 County Park Drive in Goodells.