9TH ANNUAL FAIR RELOCATED to
Michigan Shores Club, 911 Michigan Avenue, Wilmette, IL 60091
FREE RECYCLING will take place as originally planned at Central School.
In addition to exhibitor displays, the Eco-Zone, and our recycling event, we will feature Skidmore, Owings & Merrill’s (SOM) stunning and educational displays developed for the Great Lakes Century Vision Plan. Inspired by the centennial of Burnham’s Plan of Chicago in 2009, SOM began a 100-year “call to vision” that outlines measures to protect the lake system and promote sustainable development in the 21st century.
Going Green Matters draws more than 1,100 residents, neighbors, elected officials, water experts, exhibitors and volunteers. The latest hybrid and electric cars, cooking demonstrations, water displays, recycling (at Central School) and the ever popular interactive Eco-Zone make this a wonderful event for the entire family.
Thank you also to our Go Green Café food donors: The Fresh Market, Fuel Restaurant, Jewel Food Store – Plaza del Lago, The Noodle, Panera, Piero’s Pizza, Starbucks – Plaza del Lago, Whole Foods Market – Evanston and Wilmette Wine Cellar.
And our raffle donors: Alexis Vintiques Design, Big Tomato Pizzeria, The Bottle Shop, Chuck Wagon Gyros, Depot Nuevo, Dowize Bistro, Jon Kailey Salon, Koya, Lad & Lassie, Millen’s Hardware, Nick’s Bar and Grill, The Noodle Cafe, Persimmon, Rock House, Valley Lodge Tavern, Wellness Girl, Wilmette Bike Shop, Wilmette Theater, Yogaview.
We also want to acknowledge the contributions of Boomgaarden Architects, SCB Architecture and the efforts of more than 130 volunteers.
Going Green Matters 2015 is made possible by the following sponsors:
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American Vintage Home
The Autobarn of Evanston
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Baird & Warner
First Bank & Trust
Iroquois Valley Farms
North Shore Community Bank
Make It Better
Woman’s Club of Wilmette