Woodbury Earth Day 2013

Planning for Woodbury Earth Day 2013 is underway. Volunteers, Exhibitors and Vendors are now being sought.

So excited to be talking about Woodbury Earth Day 2013, which will be held on Saturday, April 27, 2013 at Hollow Park.  As many of you know, this event was started 19 years ago by John Pittari and staff at New Morning Market. Each year the celebration has grown in popularity and attendance. Now the Woodbury Business and Economic Development Committee is at the helm, with New Morning still very much involved. 

Last year was the first year the event was held at Hollow Park, and I can tell you first hand it was amazing. Tons of visitors, great music, wonderful vendors.  My family had a really great time, and I am proud to be on the volunteer committee again this year.

A little background...there is a volunteer committee that meets several times each month to work on all of the intense planning that goes into producing such a popular event.  That committee is always looking for volunteers, so if you know anyone who might like to be involved in a fun and fast paced project like this, please have them email woodburyearthday@gmail.com and let us know.

We are also seeking vendors and exhibitors, and those interested are asked to visit www.woodburyearthday.org to download an application as soon as possible. 

Finally, we are seeking volunteers for the day of the event, and those interested are also asked to visit www.woodburyearthday.org and click the volunteer tab for a detailed list of positions and an application/permission slip.

It's an exciting time to be a Woodbury resident, we hope you and your family will come out and support Woodbury Earth Day in one way or another.

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kinzamalik February 26, 2013 at 01:29 PM
nice its so cute...


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