The 26th Envirofair will be held on Saturday, June 10 in Taree Park. More than 3000 people are expected to soak up the chilled out vibe and enjoy a day that pays homage to our natural home and raises awareness of environmental issues both locally and globally.
Envirofair is a family friendly day of entertainment with music, dancing and performance artists. This year expect a mix of individual acoustic musicians, many of them young performers from the mid north coast.
Organisers have worked hard to attract stalls, business services and community groups who promote a sustainable lifestyle and each year welcome through the gates a cross section of the community.
All market stallholders are accepted on the condition their goods meet with Envirofair's philosophy of "make it, bake it, grow it, re-use it, live it."
The Envirofair’s focus is on waste management...getting back to nature and natural products and thinking about day to day activities and purchases where we can reduce our garbage. This year at the Envirofair visitors can get up close and personal with their local recycling truck to see how their recycling is managed.
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And for the first time people can take household E-Waste along and dispose of it in Midcoast Council’s new Recycling trailer. Items such as smoke detectors, phones, cameras, light bulbs and household batteries will be accepted.
Entry to the 26th Envirofair is by gold coin donation.
- When: Saturday, June 10 9am-3.30pm
- Where: Taree Park (near 2Bob Radio).