By Merrell Clark, Scarsdale Forum
10. Build your own awareness of best sustainable practices and new products for use at your own house and property.
9. You may want to know why your Scarsdale government and school boards are studying ways to improve sustainable operations and cut costs.
8. See examples of real progress being made by homeowners, governments, institutions and organizations throughout Westchester.
7. Listen to expert presentations by Scarsdale and Westchester professionals.
6. Check out the many displays by Scarsdale students, green vendors and other local organizations.
5. Have some family fun and learn together with your young children, your teens, your friends. Bring the families of your kids’ friends! Meet interesting, fun people.
4. Take advantage of this ONE DAY and of the huge organizational effort by the , the Village Board and the to bring it all to you.
3. The sprawling campus of the Middle School and crowds are a match, but Scarsdale needs you to help as a volunteer guide and helper, and your kids can help, too. (Directions, police help, parking, guiding, tidying up, cleanup, signing in are all needed.)
2. It’s FREE, except for lunches provided by local cafes and any products you buy that are offered by local vendors.
1. Because you know it is the right thing to do–for you, for your family, for your
neighbors and for Scarsdale.
Sustainable Scarsdale Day is May 5 at , from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
- 11:00 a.m. Presentations
- 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Lunch and Exhibits
- 2:00 p.m. FREE Star Performance by Grammy-winning Tom Chapin & Friends including songs from his latest recording, “Give Peas A Chance.”
Come, see, listen, volunteer, hobnob, hang out, lunch, o-o-o-o to the music of Tom Chapin, and go home feelin’ good.
Can you help as a volunteer? Call or email Merrell Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-472-6238.