Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Earth Day Celebration 2009, The Health Chic House

2009 Event Schedule
Saturday, April 11, 10am-6pm

There will be three classrooms set-up for this event. The outside classroom, the inside classroom and the inside front workshop. This schedule will be updated weekly, so check back for updates so that you may plan your day accordingly. Visit the Class Descriptions, Instructor Bios, and other activities for more information. All workshops are FREE unless otherwise noted. Class times and topics subject to change.

Outside Classroom- Room A
10:10am- Using Rain Barrels
11:10am- Florida Friendly Landscaping
12:10pm- The Slow Food Movement
1:10pm- Composting
2:00pm- Benefits of Earthworms
3:00pm- Organic Gardening
4:00pm- Micro Irrigation
5:00pm- Using Rain Barrels
6:00pm- Florida Friendly Landscaping

Inside Classroom-Room B
10:30am- Hidden Rivers of Florida Movie
12:00pm- Beneficial Bugs
1:00pm- The Meatrix Movie
1:05pm- Healthy Living Trivia Game
2:15pm- Hidden Dangers in Kids’ Meals Movie
3:00pm- Tips for Saving Water Inside
3:30pm- Choosing the Right Low Flow Toliet
4:30pm- Healthy Living Trivia Game

Inside Front Workshop- Room C
10:30am- Making herbal salves and oils
11:30am- Step by Step Guide to Starting a Garden
12:30pm- A Better Sip...the Buzz on Organic Wine & Coffee
2:15pm- Choosing Healthy Food: Local, Organic & In Between
3:15pm- Intro to Aquaponics

In addition to workshops, various exhibits will happen throughout the day. Visit Other Activities and our Exhibitor/Vendor page to find out what else is happening.

There are a few vendor spaces still available. Call Wendimere Reilly at 863-419-8584 for more details.

Don’t miss out on Earth Day Celebration 2010. Book your sponsorship and vendor space now for 2009 pricing.

Take the Pledge Today!

Earth Day is one of the signature events at The Health Chic House. Our event is held in partnership with the Haines City Park and Rec Dept, and Main Street.

This event has been made possible through a generous grant from the Southwest Florida Water Management Peace and Alafia River Basin Boards, sponsorship by Florida Refuse and other local patrons.