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Sustainability Fair

10 am-2 pm, Saturday, April 6
Tremont Library

The Tremont Library is hosting a Sustainability Fair on Saturday, April 6 to mark the start of Earth Month. Co-sponsored with Sustainable UA, the event celebrates the various initiatives happening in our community to help us all become better stewards of our natural environment.

Visit with local organizations, try hands-on activities, learn about sustainable backyard practices, and enjoy youth-focused programs with the family. Exhibitors include Sustainable UA, SWACO, Electrify Central Ohio, Friends of UA Parks, UA City Tree Commission, Franklin Soil & Water, Friends of the Lower Olentangy Watershed, and Columbus Garden School.

Some activities include:

  • Community Backyards Rebate Workshop, 10:30 am: Find out what you can do to help protect our waterways beginning right in your own backyard! Franklin County residents can receive a rebate to install a backyard conservation practice. Presented by the Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District
  • Storytime Book Reading, 10:30 am: Author Danae Wolfe reads her book, Deep in the Branches, a delightful tale about treehoppers.
  • Bugman, 1 pm: Explore the big, beautiful world of bugs and learn how important they are to the ecosystem.

The Tremont Road Branch parking lot will be bustling with activity, too:

  • E-waste Collection: look for the City Public Works’ Division collection area in the parking lot, where you can drop-off old computers, laptops, phones, stereo equipment, small kitchen appliances, cameras and all types of cords. If you miss this opportunity, the division has a year-round drop-off at the Public Service Center, 4100 Roberts Road, which is open M-F, 7 am-4 pm. Click here for more.
  • Household Items Collection: Goodwill Columbus will be on hand to collect various household items.
  • Compost Sale: Preorder compost from GoZero.

Click here for a complete schedule of the day’s activities.

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