Ann Arbor Green Fair and the Future of Sustainability

. May 31, 2018.
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The Ann Arbor Mayor’s Office is cordoning off Main Street for the 18th annual Green Fair, showcasing the best of our community’s environmental leadership. Businesses, nonprofits and government agencies will display green building materials and alternative transportation, and provide engaging natural science-based activities for all ages, including live demonstrations with birds-of-prey. Have your bike valet-parked for free so you can dance to live music from Paul’s Big Radio!

Free | Friday, June 8 | 6pm-9pm
a2gov.org | 734.794.6161 ext. 41602

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