Fairfield County Edition

Wilton Go Green Festival 2014!

The fourth Wilton Go Green Festival will be held from 11am to 4pm, May 4 on the Wilton Town Green and at the Wilton Library. The event showcases individuals, nonprofits and businesses that offer ideas or products in keeping with the organization’s mission of educating the community to achieve a culture of conservation and environmental sustainability. 

Wilton Go Green Festival will be hosted by Wilton Go Green and the Wilton Library Association. Dozens of educational displays will be featured to foster stewardship of air, land, water, wildlife and other natural resources. Highlights for the Festival include a visit from Atka, the Wolf Conservation Center’s ambassador wolf, sponsored by Deloitte, as well as the Westport Electric Car Club Rally and a variety of live music throughout the day.

For more information, visit WiltonGoGreen.org. The event will take place rain or shine. See ad, page 23.

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