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Friday, April 4, 2014

Weekend happenings in HoCo

   This weekend seems to have a number of events happening.  Here are just a few.

2014 greenfest postcardG

reenFest 2014
Water Quality Begins At Home
April 5, 2014
10:00am - 4:00pm
Howard Community College
Burrill Galleria and Quad (click for map)
RAIN OR SHINE! (Most of GreenFest is inside.)
Join us for a free family event celebrating Earth Month on Saturday, April 5 from 10:00am – 4:00pm at Howard Community College in the Burrill Galleria. Vendors and non-profit displays will provide practical information about steps to take both at home and work to promote better water quality and a greener lifestyle. 
Be sure to collect your favorite great green giveaways throughout the festival! Lunch will be available for purchase from two local vendors.

Here are some highlights to look forward to:
Wake up with Fair Trade Coffee & Birds at 10am
Outdoor Nature Play Space
Live Reptile and Birds
Kids Crafts
Mini Farmers Market
Solar Telescopes
Tree/Shrub Planting
Free Compost Bins
Workshops and Speakers
Local Green Businesses and Non-Profits

AND MORE!!! (Click here for the schedule of events)
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th Annual
4th Annual
Remember Haiti Event:
“Celebrate Haitian Culture”
Saturday, April 5, 2014
6PM – 9PM

The Wilde Lake Interfaith Center
10431 Twin Rivers Road, Room 4
Columbia, Maryland 21044
(410) 730-7920


Purchase tickets at www.thebuildhaitifoundation.org


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P.S.
    Two days ago I blogged on how the bike path along the Patuxent River was left a mess from the contractors working on the sewer system.  The picture below was what it looked like.

    Today I ran by and saw that the path system had been substantially cleared of the mud.  To whoever addressed this issue a big thank you from the users of this path!

P.S.1
    Read about our Congressman, John Sarbanes, has proposed for giving elections back to citizens and not big donors. 

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