The annual Living Green Festival will make its “debut” on Sunday, September 18th from noon until 5 pm at the James Island County Park. The event, which was previously called the Carolina Green Fair, provides education and resources for protecting and preserving our natural environment.
Despite the name change, the Living Green Fest will feature some of the same programs and activities as in years past.
Some of this year’s highlights include:
The Living Green Fest only costs attendees the $2 admission fee needed to get into the park (as always, gold pass members get in free).
For more information on the event, click here.
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