Enjoy a free, fun-filled, family oriented afternoon, and discover how you can make a difference for the next generation!
Saturday, May 7
High Street, Sharon Center
Between the Sharon Public Library & Congregational Church
(In case of inclement weather, the event will be held inside the Cong. Church Parish Hall.)
4H Club (rabbits, chickens & lambs/kids) • Bake Sale • Bikes Not Bombs (9am-1pm) • Mountain Bike Collection (Eagle project: 1pm-4pm) • Bike Rodeo* • Box Building • Crescent Ridge • Coriander Bistro • Cub Scouts Wind Turbine & Bicycle Electricity Generator • Homeworks (Mass Save Energy Audits) • Kids Quest • Kid’s STEM Activity • Mass Energy • Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary • Moose Hill Farm (Trustees) • Milton Bee Keepers • Mother’s Day Card Making • Native Plantings • Nextchar • NoSharonGasPipeline • Neponset River Watershed Association • Oh Deer • The Sharon Cooperative School • Sharon DPW • Sharon Friends of Conservation • Sharon Garden Club • Sharon Lightning Eagles (Trash Robot) • Sharon Public Library • Sharon Solar Network • Sharon Water Conservation • SMART Trash Program • Solar City • South Suburbs Democracy Club • Toxics Action Center
Crafts for sale include:
- Wooden letters, handmade coasters, milestone blocks, wedding countdown blocks
- Extra-large wraps made from woven wools, silk linings and vintage trims. Handmade, one of a kind.
- Organic personal care products
- Terrariums with air plants
- Homemade jewelry
- Organic herbs and vegetables
- Crochet baskets and bowls from recycled materials
- Organic all natural beauty bath products
*More about the Bike Rodeo: the goal is to provide an opportunity for kids to learn, practice, and demonstrate their bicycle handling skills in a fun, noncompetitive atmosphere. There will be an informative introduction on bike safety, stations on fitting helmets safely, changing a tire, direction signals, and finally there will be a Bicycle Obstacle Course! Children must bring their own bikes and helmets.
Please bring a non-perishable food donation for the Congregational Church Food Pantry.
The electricity used at this year’s Green Day has been matched with clean, New England wind power thanks to our collaboration with Mass Energy. To learn how you can choose renewable energy for the electricity you use in your home or business, please visit www.massenergy.org
Event sponsored by the Sustainable Sharon Coalition. Music provided by The Mighty Silverbacks. Special thanks to the Sharon Public Library, Congregational Church of Sharon, Town of Sharon, Pace Construction, and Full Finish Contracting.
For more information about the event, including becoming a vendor, please email us email@example.com