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Well - It's Official! Our "re-do" of the evening Sustainability Fair music is now, "Sustainability Music Fest"! Saturday, June 27th from 5:30 PM - 11 PM

Music by,
 - Jim Curnutte
- Of The Dell
- The Allure
- Downtown King

Hope you can join us and relax!

Greater Huntington Park & Rec. will have the bar open, serving craft beer, soft drinks and more.

Chickpeas will be on hand for dinner! Butter It Up will also be open until at least 7 PM.

This is posted on the 2015 Sustainability Fair page, Create Huntington and several other venues.  Please share, and we look forward to seeing you next Saturday.

The event was a success! Except for a bit of rain, we had a wonderful time at Heritage Station. Evening bands will return on June 27th for the second half of our fair's entertainment, which had to be postponed due to thunderstorms. 

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10AM – Tour DePATH: Bring your bike, helmet and other protective gear, and bike the Paul Ambrose Trail for Health
10AM – Perennial Exchange and Plant Sale, hosted by the Cabell County Master Gardeners Association
10AM-5PM: Various demonstrations, workshops, exhibits, and family-friendly activities will be hosted by over 80 participating organizations, businesses, groups and individuals throughout the day.

PRESENTATIONS – inside the Heritage Station CVB meeting room (11AM-5:30PM)
 11AM - Energy Efficiency: with Jill Watkins of Watkins Design Works and the US Green Building Council
 12PM - Green Building and Design: with Josh Dygert, AIA, of Edward Tucker Architects
 1PM - Local Food and Farming: Shelly Keeney of the Wild Ramp
 2PM - Reclaim/Rebuild: with Deacon Stone on the Corbin Factory Project and Coalfield Development Corporation
 3PM - Water: with Natalie Thompson of OVEC, Angie Rosser of Rivers Coalition, and Lew Baker of WV Rural Water Association
 4PM - "Elk River Blues", an independent film on the January 2014 chemical spill, by local film maker Mike Youngren. Mike will be on hand to discuss why he wanted to make this film.

LIVE MUSIC – Acoustic live music 10AM-5:30PM, Evening Bands from 6PM-11PM

EVENING BANDS – Heritage Station Gazeebo (6PM-11PM)
 6PM – Of The Dell
 7PM – The Allure
 9PM – Downtown King

List of confirmed participants to-date:
1. BAND – Of The Dell
2. BAND – The Allure
3. BAND – Downtown King
4. Numerous area musicians and performers
5. 30-Mile Meal
6. All About You
7. American Prosthetics
8. Bamboozled
9. Bead Unique
10. Beechfork Lake State Park
11. Beyond the Vale
12. BikeSurf Huntington
13. Birds of a Feather
14. Bottle & Wedge
15. Brand Yourself
16. Brown Dog Yoga
17. Butter It Up
18. Cabell Huntington Convention and Visitors Bureau
19. Cabell County Master Gardeners
20. Cabell County Solid Waste Authority (CCSWA)
21. Chickpea
22. Citizens Climate Lobby
23. City of Huntington's Plan 2025
24. Common Ground Shoppes
25. Corbin Factory Project & the Coalfield Development Corporation
26. Create Huntington
27. Critical Mass
28. Defining Ethos
29. Marcia Harrison - Hairy Plants Exploration
30. Edward Tucker Architects
31. Ervin Jones - Wood Turning
32. Glass from the Past
33. Goodwill Industries of KYOWVA
34. Greater Huntington Parks and Recreation District
35. Green Wolfe Designs
36. Huntington Cycle and Sport
37. Huntington In Bloom
38. Huntington Stormwater Utility
39. Icecream A-Go-Go
40. Jerill Vance / Woodworking
41. Kennedy's Kreations
42. KYOVA Interstate Planning Commission
43. Lambs Gate
44. Let’s Eat
45. Living Local project
46. Marshall University Sustainability Department
47. Marshall University's New LEED Certified Engineering Building (MU Environmental Health and Safety)
48. Marshall University Visual Arts Students
49. Mountain View Solar
50. Mountwest Community & Technical College
51. Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition (OVEC)
52. Perennial Favorites Greenhouse
53. Poultry Farming - Chelsea Elmore
54. Rebel Farm
55. Recycle Your Corks
56. River & Rail Bakery
57. Sarah Matson - Art Cards
58. Scent From Heaven
59. Serenity Now Designs
60. Simple Food
61. Sip Wine Bar
62. Studio 8
63. Summerfield Farms
64. Summit Beer Station
65. Susan Maslowski - Milton pottery
66. Sustainable Living for WV
67. Team WV/ Try This Huntington
68. Teressa Gail Designs
69. The Red Caboose
70. The Shops at Heritage Station
71. The Sustainability Institute
72. Tour DePATH - PATH: Paul Ambrose Trail for Health
73. Tri-State Kayakers
74. Tristate Seed Savers
75. Unlimited Future, Inc. - Small Business Incubator and Resource Center
76. US Green Building Council
77. Watkins Design Works
78. West Virginia Conservation Agency (WVCA)
79. Wild Ramp
80. WV Highlands Conservancy
81. WV Native Plant Society
82. WV Rivers Coalition
83. WV Rural Water Association
84. WVSU's SCRATCH Project

- May 9th , 12pm-5pm: Green Jam Fundraiser @ the Heritage Station CVB & the River and Rail Bakery, 210 11th St. Enjoy some great local acoustic music and help raise funds for our May 16th Sustainability Fair event.
SUGGESTED DONATION: $5 per person (or whatever you wish to contribute)
- May 15th , 7-11pm: Party on the Patio
- May 16th , 10am-11pm: 2015 Sustainability Fair @ Heritage Station

To make a tax deductible donation, please mail to Sustainable Living for West Virginia, P.O. Box 2206, Huntington WV 25722. You can also contribute online at Proceeds go to help fund Huntington's first biannual Sustainability Fair, scheduled for May 16th, 2015, at Heritage Station and along Diamond Teeth Mary Way.

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