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Venice’s First Green Expo Tomorrow at Mark Twain MS, It’s Free! Rain or Shine.

Living GreenVenice Neighborhood Council is hosting the first ever Green Expo this Saturday at Mark Twain Middle School.
Sponsored by Whole Foods Market on Lincoln Blvd, this event is designed to raise the “Green IQ” of Venetians and visitors on a wide range of topics, including Zero Waste, Sustainable Living, Soil Composting, Healthy Eating and the case for electric cars.
Exhibitors will present and discuss sustainable architecture, solar power, ocean health, grey-water solutions, home-food gardening, drought-friendly landscaping, composting and other green living solutions, products and services.
The Eco Genius “Ask an Expert” Bar will enable attendees to interact one-on-one with speakers and exhibitors on topics important to you.
Presenters will address the Expo beginning at 1:00pm, with Actor/Activist Ed Begley, Jr., providing the keynote address at 5:00pm.
Hal’s Restaurant, Superba Food + Bread, Wabi Sabi and the Venice Ale House will be supplying food and refreshments.  Admission and parking are free.
The Tesla Model S will be available for test rides by licensed drivers.  An onsite KidsZone will also be featured.  Attendees and participants are encouraged to walk or bike to this inaugural event, as well as to bring sustainable utensils for food and drink.
Where:  Mark Twain Middle School, 2224 Walgrove Avenue
Rain or Shine!
When:   Saturday, February 28th
Time:    12 noon to 6pm
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For more information go to: venicenc.org/green-venice-expo/
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