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Living Green Festival 2012

By LivingGreenFestival 21 August 2012 1

The Living Green Festival – A kinder shade of green

The Living Green Festival ACT is back in 2012!

Due to the overwhelming success of the 2011 inaugural Living Green Festival, we are returning this year with an even bigger and better event!

The Living Green Festival brings innovative green and carbon-reducing practices to the Canberra community, with an emphasis on low-carbon food and other products. The theme of the Festival is ‘a kinder shade of green’, aiming to raise awareness of the environmental consequences of human choices and show Canberrans how simple and enjoyable it is to live a sustainable and compassionate lifestyle.

Held at the historic Albert Hall on the last day of Floriade, there will be live music and dance performances, sustainable, fair-trade and cruelty-free food, products and services, market stalls, talks on environmental, animal protection and health issues, free yoga, cooking and gardening workshops, a children’s area and much more!

Want to help create ‘a kinder shade of green?’ You can! Be a sponsor, host a workshop, run a stall, tell your friends, supporters and customers, or just pop in with the children on the day.

Find out more at:

When? Sunday 14 October 2012 10am-4pm

Entry is FREE

Where? Albert Hall, Commonwealth Avenue, Canberra – easily accessible by bike, on foot or by public transport.  Limited parking available.

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FreddyVegan 8:29 am 22 Aug 12

Great news they are having it again, we went last year and had such a great time – the awesome food was a real highlight, will they be having the amazing cupcakes again this year?!

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