The inaugural Every Day Is Earth Day Festival feature a dynamic lineup of speakers, vendors, and discussions celebrating the Green Earth-Care culture of Door County.
The festival, slated for April 26-28 at the Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor, will kick off Friday with the Green Door Legacy Roundtable moderated by Myles Dannhausen Jr. of the Peninsula Pulse. He’ll be joined by architect Virge Temme, green building expert Amber Beard, and Door County Zoning Administrator Mariah Goode to discuss housing issues, including international insights, construction trends, green building, and affordable housing in Door County.
Saturday features an open house of films, talks, exhibitors, workshops, and kids activities. Exhibitors include Celebrate Water, The Clearing, Door County Master Gardeners, Greens N’ Grains, Lake Michigan Wind & Sun, NatureWise and several others.
Additional presenters include extension agent Annie Deutsch, Tom Wolfe, Jane Whitney, George Cobb, Kathy Kuntz, and Jane McCurry. Food and refreshments will be available from Waseda Farms and Greens N’ Grains.
The steering committee includes representatives from the Climate Change Coalition of Door County, Sustain Door, Door County Thrive, Clean Water Action Council, Door County Environmental Council, Forest Recovery Project, and Stella Maris’ On Care for Our Common Home Committee.
The Village of Egg Harbor’s Green Tier Committee will present the festival at the Kress Pavilion. Learn more at Kresspavilion.org/EDEDFest.