NW SolarFest Sustainable Living Fair Saturday at SCC

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Find the alpaca at NW SolarFest

NW SolarFest Sustainable Living Fair
July 22, 2017
10 am – 5 pm
Shoreline Community College
16101 Greenwood Ave N
Shoreline 98133


Learn how to live a more sustainable life and see what choices might work for you and your family.

Bring the family and visit the KIDZone to get a solar mini car, build a birdhouse, make your own trail mix, and many other activities.

Solar curious? Talk to local solar installers and see what solar solutions are right for you. 

Electric cars and electric bikes at SolarFest

Tour tiny houses, see the latest in electric transportation and test ride an electric bike. Check out the solar art gallery. Join the Barter Fair. Find the alpaca. Be mesmerized by the roaming magicians.

Participate in meaningful discussions in the Conversation Cafés. Screen the film “Living Tiny Legally” at the campus theater.

Visit booths that highlight products, services and information to help you make choices that will help leave a cleaner, safer planet for our children.

Enjoy the low carbon, high joy, food and entertainment.
Main Stage, Busking Stage and roving entertainment all day.

Bring something for BarterFest

Some scheduled highlights:
  • Tiny Houses on display, screening of “Living Tiny Legally” (3pm), Tiny House Meetup (1pm)
  • Conversation Cafés on Sustainable Living, 2 stages (on the hour and ½ hour)
  • KIDZone – High Voltage Demo, The Insect Safari, Home Depot make and take activities, PCC Build Your Trail Mix, Mini Solar Car Giveaway, Readings of “Big Adventures of Tiny House”, “The Lorax” movie, theater 11am, Bee Hive Jive at 3pm
  • Seattle Barter Fair - bring your homegrown or homemade items to trade (2-4pm)
  • Transportation Zone includes 100% electric vehicles; Cars and Bicycles
  • Solar Art Gallery, Room 1402
  • Win prizes with our Sponsor Passport
  • Raffle fundraiser to win a Rad Power Electric Bike
  • The 14th annual NW SolarFest is organized by Shoreline Solar Project a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit that promotes renewable energy and sustainability practices. 

For more information visit the website or email info@shorelinesolar.org.

Photos courtesy SolarFest


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