Oct 26, 2012 6:08 PM
PIMA COUNTY - A chance to learn how to save resources and money is coming to Tucson next month. The Fifth Annual Free Green Living Fair will be on Saturday, November 5, 2012 at the Habistore, located at 935 W. Grant Road.
From 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., people can learn to save money and the environment from over 25 exhibitors. More than 25 exhibitors will teach attendees about water harvesting, organic gardening, alternative driving options, how to maintain their car, and more.
Not only can attendees learn how to live greener, but also receive grease removal services by bringing their grease to the fair.
There will also be a Freecycle book exchange, where people can swap a book or just take one home. And according to a news release, there will also be live, solar-powered music by "Dr. Solara and the Fossil Fools."
People can also buy new and gently used home furnishings at the Habistore.
Terry Dee, Director of the Habitat for Humanity HabiStore, said in the release: "This event is a great way to discover ideas to save on utility bills in a fun, low-pressure environment, and many of the exhibitors will have activities for families to participate in so, hopefully, everyone will leave with new ways to be even greener in their life."
For more information visit HabitatTucson.org or call the HabiStore at 889-7200.