Puyallup gets set for weekend festival

May 29, 2013 by  

The ‘Mother Earth News Fair’ is a family event set for this weekend that features sustainable lifestyles, workshops on organic gardening, interactive demonstrations, and homesteading.

This is a fun-filled day with information provided by experts in the small scale agricultural fields, gardening, and renewable energy. Poster printing, stationery printing, and other printing services by local printing companies may have been used to provide the information to guests who attend this educational event.

During the fair, guests will have the opportunity to learn more about sustainable living and renewable energy, as well as participate in hands-on demonstrations. Many experts will be on hand to provide their guidance and information about various topics, including green building, natural health, and green transport.

Between the workshops and demonstrations, people will have the chance to explore other entertainment options available, as well as enjoy some local organic beverages and foods. Products available at this fair include books, seeds, organic foods, tools, crafts, solar gadgets, and clothing. There is a full agenda of activities for children under the age of 17, including learning about beekeeping, gardening, and making items like home-made ice creams.

Admission is $15 per adult per day, or $25 if paying at the gate. An adult weekend pass can be purchased for $20 ($35 at the gate) with children under 17 admitted free. The fair will be happening on Saturday, June 1 and Sunday, June 2 at the Puyallup Fair and Events Center located at 110 Ninth Avenue SW in Puyallup, Washington. To learn more about this fair, please visit the Mother Earth News Magazine website or call 800-234-3368.