PortFish, Ltd. and The Ozaukee Community Awareness Forum will be sponsoring the upcoming 5th Annual Sustainability Fair, held at First Congregational Church (yes, the same place as the Winter and Spring Farmers Market!) on Saturday, May 19th from 9:30am to 1: 30pm. This FREE event will be held indoors and will feature opportunities to learn more about Ozaukee area local food, community gardens, and CSAs. There will be lots of fun things to participate in, including a silent auction, children’s activities, music, and more!
This year’s theme is To Bee or not to Bee!
10am Deb Baker (aka Hannah Reed) of The Queen Bee Mysteries
10:30-11am Charlie Koenen and his amazing “Beesentation”
11:30-noon Bethel Metz on “Beekeeping for the Bees”
12:30pm Howard Hinterthuer on the “Organic Therapy Project”
*All presentations will be in the Dennet Room
10am-10:45 Howard Lewis— Eclectic, All-Ages Music
11am-12:30 Wayne Brogelman— Native American Flute Music
Beepods—Maker of top bar beehives
The Queen Bee Mysteries—Local author, Deb Baker, signing books
Thill’s Honey Garden—Maker of local honey
Kallas Honey—Maker of local honey
Wellspring, Three Sisters Community Farm and Noel Farms CSA’s
Hales Trail and the YMCA Community Gardens
Ice Age Naturals—Locally produced meats
Franklin Energy—Energy Conservation
Water Star Wisconsin—Andrew Yencha of the State Water Star Program
Living Foods with Tricia DuSaint
Emotional Freedom Technique with Patriq DuSaint
PortFish, Ltd.—A non-profit aquaponics venture
Transition Ozaukee—Building resilient, sustainable communities
Thanks to our sponsors!
Children’s Activity Table sponsored by the Cedarburg Toy Co.
Snack Bar sponsored by the FCC Sustainability Committee
Silent Auction sponsored by the Ozaukee Community Awareness Forum and PortFish, Ltd.
Hope to see you there!
Click below to download the pdf version of the schedule above, and please spread the word!