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Celebrate the Environment at the 4th Annual Envirofest!

Sep

29

 

The 4th annual Envirofest is just around the corner! On Saturday, October 7, 2017, the Cummer Museum and Jacksonville’s Environmental Protection Board will host this free family-friendly event that seeks to cultivate curiosity, respect, and understanding of the Jacksonville community’s shared natural environment, and the plant and animal wildlife in and around the city’s neighborhoods.

This event offers learning opportunities that encourage individuals to better understand sustainable practices and their importance in conserving natural resources. Guests will enjoy live music from local musicians, interactive booths and projects from environmentally-conscious vendors, eco-friendly hands-on art activities, and the opportunity to watch local artists in action as they create artwork.

Envirofest will be jam-packed with fun for kids of all ages! Attendees can:

This free fun-filled day will surely be a unique educational experience that the entire family can enjoy.

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