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.”
Other events include face painting, outdoor clinics, trolley rides and tours of the historical village. View the entire fair program here. For more information about this year’s Earth Fair call 810-987-5306, email or go to
Goodells County Park is located at 8264 County Park Drive in Goodells.

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