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$6.50 for One Day Admission to Green Festival San Francisco Event - April 9-10 2011

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35% Off One Day Admission Ticket to Green Festival San Francisco Event - April 9-10 2011

There is something for everyone at Green Festival. You can learn a new skill, listen to inspiring words from political, intellectual and cultural icons, shop at any of our green vendors ‘til you drop, find new styles, munch on delicious cuisine, enjoy a glass of organic wine, peruse recent publications in the bookstore, sample fair trade chocolate and coffee, engage with local nonprofit organizations and much more! New admission options will give you the immediate benefit of getting into Green Festival, while also giving you the lasting benefits of engaging with your local community to make your world a better place.

Green Festival San Francisco

Details:
Each coupon is valid for a one day admission (Saturday or Sunday) to Green Festival San Francisco Event on April 9-10, 2011
Limit 6 coupons per person
Expires: April 11, 2011

Location:
San Francisco Convention Center
635 8th St.
San Francisco, CA 94123

Dates & Hours:
Saturday, April 9, 2011: 10am-7pm
Sunday, April 10, 2011: 11am-6pm

Schedule and Program:
Click here for a complete list of speakers, musicians and events

Upcoming Green Festival Events:
Check out other Green Festival events coming to New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Chicago

We are excited to highlight local sustainable initiatives within the Bay area, such as, greening the school system and raising the city wide goal of waste-diversion from 77% to 100%. Representatives from the SF Department of Environment will be on hand to discuss current ongoing environmental initiatives in San Francisco and talk about local and regional policies that will accelerate the city’s transition to a greener economy, including Senator Mark Leno, EPA Representative Enrique Manzanilla; Director of the San Francisco Department of Environment, Melanie Nutter; City Employee for Community Relations, Daniel Homsey; San Francisco Unified School District Sustainability Director Nik Kaestner; and School Board members, John Rizzo and Hydra Mendoza.