Sustainable Scarsdale Day, will be held this Saturday, May 5, at the Scarsdale Middle School. Exhibits open at 10 am, presentations start at 11, with lunch at noon and a free performance by Grammy-winning Tom Chapin with his group, including songs from a new recording at 2 pn.
Here are ten good reasons to attend:
#10. Build your own awareness of best sustainable practices and new products for use at your own house and property.
#9. Find out why 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 displays by Scarsdale students, green vendors and other local organizations.
#5. Have family fun and learn with your young children, your teens, and your friends. Bring the families of your kids’ friends! Meet interesting, fun people.
#4. Take advantage of this huge organizational effort by the Board of Education, the Village Board and the Scarsdale Forum to bring it all to you.
#3. Volunteer as a guide or helper, and ask your kids to help, too with providing directions, parking, signing up, guiding, tidying up, and cleanup
#2. Enjoy lunch provided by local cafes and products offered by local vendors.
#1. It’s the right thing to do, for you, for your family, for your neighbors and for Scarsdale.
See you at Scarsdale Middle School on Saturday May 5 from 10 am to 3 pm.