Fairfield’s Earth Day Committee (FEDC) announces the theme for this year’s annual “green” celebration, which is scheduled for April 28, 2012 from 10-4 pm at Fairfield Warde High School on Melville Avenue. This year’s Earth Day event will feature an array of exhibitors from local residents and organizations to businesses that are leading and supporting green initiatives which are laying the ground work and creating a green infrastructure in Fairfield.
Visitors attending Fairfield’s Earth Day Celebration will have an opportunity to get a broad view of the many services and products available to them in and near Fairfield. Town departments, schools, organizations and businesses will all be represented. There will be family entertainment throughout the day featuring music, magic and so much more.
Visitors will also get the answer to the question “How Green is Our Town?” To help answer that question, exhibitors can submit a green initiative to http://www.GreenTowns.com that they are currently involved with, or an initiative they would like to start. To support the effort of collecting and sharing these local initiatives, Fairfield’s Earth Day Celebration is partnering with Fairfield-based AmericanTowns.com and its new project, GreenTowns, which celebrates local initiatives and shares them both locally and nationally.
FEDC Chair Larry Kaley said, “We are looking forward to this important celebration that highlights the people and projects that are making an environmental difference in Fairfield. We encourage the entire town to participate.”