This coming May (May 4th 2019 to be exact) will mark the 10th anniversary of Green on the Green, a free local event hosting environmentally friendly, healthy, local, creative, exhibitors, promoting green and healthy living. We haven’t run across another event like it in Central Ohio, which we think makes it pretty darn special!
This year, we are so pleased to announce our presenting sponsor, Infinity from Marvin. They are a family owned business with roots in Columbus and Cleveland. Through their sponsorship we are able to give away event t-shirts at this year’s Green on the Green (that’s right…FREE!). We want to recognize ALL of our 2019 sponsors: Leaf Filter, Gutter Helmet, LCNB National Bank, and HER Realtors Worthington. Their support allows us to bring you another great Green on the Green!
You can find an updated list of this year’s exhibitors HERE, on the new Big Green Guide. This is not a complete list so check back often to see who's coming!
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Save the date – Saturday, May 4 2019, 8 am – 1pm
We hope to see you soon!
Free One-Day Community Festival in Worthington, Sponsored by Big Green Head, Natural Awakenings of Central Ohio, and The Old Worthington Partnership, Helps Visitors Go “Green” with an Electric Car Ride & Drive, Solar Displays, Local Artisans Creating From Repurposed Materials, spring plantings, and More.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - April 26, 2018 -- Today, Big Green Head, a company helping people reduce their impact on the environment, announced the schedule for its ninth annual Green on the Green festival, which is May 5 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Taking place on the day the Worthington Farmers Market kicks off its outdoor season, the festival is expected to draw several thousand attendees.
As part of this year’s festival, Big Green Head, in collaboration with The Old Worthington Partnership, will offer an electric car ride and drive event, along with a solar cell phone charging station, local artisans re-purposing materials, spring plantings, and more.
“This year’s Green on the Green festival features new opportunities for visitors to shop from over 70 local eco-conscious businesses including the opportunity to test drive electric cars”, said Karen Ferris, executive director, Green on the Green, and founder of Big Green Head. “We want people to come and enjoy themselves while learning more about ways they can live with less impact on the environment.”
Local exhibitors cover a range of Eco-friendly vendors. Highlights of Green on the Green include:
* Fairy garden workshop and spring plantings, kids are encouraged to make one for Mother’s Day
* Music for the kids with Mr. Eric from 11:30 am- 12:30 pm, who performs interactive music programs.
* A unique eco-friendly shopping experience offering everything from handcrafted items made from repurposed materials, organic lawn care, and home improvements.
* Organizations educating visitors about soil and water conservation and animal adoption.
From the simplest “green” steps to the latest in renewable energy and green technology, the festival features something for everyone to learn and do.
For more information visit http://www.greenonthegreen.com/.
About Big Green Head
Founded and based in Worthington, Ohio, Big Green Head is on a mission to educate and inspire people of all ages to rethink their habits, reconnect to nature, and embrace a lifestyle that is kinder to our planet and each other. Big Green Head connects eco-conscience consumers to earth and friendly businesses via The Big Green Guide, an online green business directory. For more information, visit http://www.biggreenhead.com, “Like” us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/biggreenhead/ ,or follow us on Twitter @biggreenhead.
“Oh no! Not me!” That was my reaction to this post on a friend’s Facebook page a little over a year ago…I wore these shoes and yes I have a few wrinkles but I’m NEVER putting a toxin like Botox in my body! This post did inspire me to step up my skin care regimen. I was pretty sure my old bar of soap and witch hazel pads were not going to cut it much longer.
As I began searching for an anti-aging skin care line, I was confused and overwhelmed by all the choices (and prices) from the grocery store beauty isle to the cosmetic counter. I wanted to avoid putting chemicals on my skin that would be absorbed into my body and bloodstream. I tried one natural line but the smell was atrocious and the results were minimal at best. Then one day while reading a blog I normally read for mothering and spiritual wisdom, I learned of an all natural, aloe based skin care line called L’BRI PURE n’NATURAL. Some research led me to ordering sample sets of the facial skin care and body care line...this was the best 14$ I’ve spent on skin care.
In just one week of use, my skin was changing before my eyes. My face was softer and smoother and I could see blemishes healing (yes I’m of an age some people think I need Botox and I still have acne...what a combo!). Even the eczema on my hands was clearing up and my feet were no longer as dry and itchy. I also loved the smell of all the products! Within days of trying the products, I knew I’d found something special and ordered a facial skin care set and body care set.
After using the products for four months, in November of 2017 I decided to do sometime completely out of my comfort zone… I entered the direct sales community as an independent skin care consultant with L’BRI. My goal is to introduce others to these amazing products that have the power to heal and rejuvenate skin with natural ingredients. We offer products that are safe, effective, high quality and affordable for the whole family-babies, teens, and men and women can all use our products.
It would be my pleasure to let you experience the L’BRI difference for yourself. On May 5 th, I will be at Green on the Green in Worthington where you can try some of the L’BRI products. But if you, and your skin, can’t wait until May, visit my website: www.lbri.com/sarahking to order your free samples or email me to setup a one on one skin consultation.
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Water. A vital resource necessary for the survival of humans, other animals and plants. However, only about 2.5% of the Earth’s water is freshwater, and only 1% of that is accessible to humans in the form of rivers, streams, and lakes. The Olentangy River is a 97 mile long tributary that runs through six counties: Richland, Crawford, Marion, Morrow Delaware, and Franklin. It eventually meets and joins the Scioto River in downtown Columbus. Because of its position on the watershed, the city of Worthington and its residents actively contribute, both positively and negatively, to the health of the watershed. Therefore, it is essential that responsible environmental decisions are practiced by the city’s residents.
Founded in 1997, Friends of the Lower Olentangy Watershed (FLOW) is a community education and outreach organization active in the Columbus community for the past twenty years. Their mission is to keep the Olentangy River and its tributaries clean and safe for all to enjoy by focusing on public education, volunteer activities, and coordination with local decision-makers. FLOW is a member-based organization made up of hardworking and dedicated volunteers who care about the health of the Olentangy Watershed. They are active members of the community as well, working with local businesses and schools, such as Cranbrook Elementary School and Ohio State University.
As an education and outreach organization, volunteer events are an important part of FLOW’s programming, and are an opportunity for the public to get involved. FLOW facilitates river cleanups, removing trash and other waste from the Olentangy River and its tributaries to keep the river clean. Additionally, they frequently have programs to remove invasive honeysuckle plants from areas around the watershed, giving native Ohio plants room to grow. This also supports other native flora and fauna that calls the watershed its home.
Through their local partnerships and volunteer events, FLOW strives to be an active member and partner to the communities that sit on the watershed. Through FLOW’s work, they work tirelessly to create a culture of care for the Olentangy and its tributaries, and to create a community of responsible environmental stewards. To find out more FLOW, visit their website at olentangywatershed.org, or search “Friends of the Lower Olentangy Watershed (FLOW)” on Facebook.