Admission to the event is free, but the Green Resource Center (GRC) will hold a silent auction with numerous green items. Proceeds will benefit the GRC.
Nearly 40 vendors and local environmental organizations will participate in Clover Crawl 2010.
The vendors will have lots of green products and services for your home, garden and business. Many of the green vendors and service providers taking part this year will be at the Crawl’s demo stage, providing short presentations on everything from healthy living to green building design.
The environmental organizations will have tables with information about what they’re doing in the community and how people can get involved.
An expanded kids’ zone will feature activities provided by Vulcan Park and Museum, The Birmingham News, the Green Resource Center, Auntie Litter and the McWane Science Center—plus free candy from Pucker Powder, a local candy company.
JohnnyGreenSeed Wines will present an organic wine tasting. Whole Foods will have healthy, organic snacks for sale. There will also be vendors providing sandwiches and soft drinks.
A full day of free music and entertainment will be provided, including music from Walker Yancey and Band and Modern Democracy with Shariff Simmons (times to be determined).
There will be other great entertainment, as well. Here’s the lineup:
11 a.m. Rearvue Mirror with Sarah Green
1 p.m. Alexa Rankin Band
2 p.m. “B-Boy” break dance performance
3-4 p.m. Alice in Thunderland