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Saturday, September 27, 2014
11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Hartwood Acres Park Amphitheater
The Allegheny Green + Innovation Festival is a free sustainable living festival held each September. This year, the festival will feature more than 60 local exhibitors, vendors and non-profit organizations highlighting innovation and sustainability in our region.
Join us at the Hartwood Acres Park Amphitheater for the 5th annual Allegheny Green + Innovation Festival, 11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., on Saturday, September 27, and learn how to reduce your carbon footprint and green your community. Interactive, educational exhibits - bike powered squirt guns, holistic health, renewable energy, alternative forms of transportation, stormwater retention, etc. - will engage all age groups.
Don't miss the Recycled Costume Parade and Hay Day - a fun-filled family event featuring a petting zoo, hay rides, arts and crafts, and other activities for individuals, kids and families. And be sure to dine on delicious, local food.
2014 Registered Vendors (registration is now closed)
(Most links are off-site)
The Allegheny Green + Innovation Festival features lots of great content and activities for kids.
The following organizations will be conducting collection drives at the Allegheny Green + Innovation Festival. Please bring the following items if you can.
Kids and adults can volunteer at the festival, helping set up tables, direct parking, providing information to festival-goers, and keeping the park clean.
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I Made It! Market
Artists from I Made It! Market have a tent at the festival, where they sell handmade crafts.
Local Food Vendors
Allegheny Green + Innovation Festival features food from your favorite local restaurants and food trucks! This year's food vendors include Randta's Organic Vegan Cafe, BRGR, Franktuary, Wood Fired Flatbreads, Healcrest Urban Farm, The Pop Stop, Kettle Corn and Colteryahn Dairy.
The 5th Annual Allegheny Green + Innovation Festival is made possible through the generous support of the following sponsors:
Pittsburgh City Paper
Allegheny Regional Asset District