Today is the Spring Greening Fair!!!!!

It looks like the rain will hold off! The Alpacas just arrived and the food trucks are ready. The bike coop has their bikes ready for sale and the native plants are out too. See you soon!

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Two Days Until the Spring Greening Fair

The rain is looking like it will hold off for the Greening Fair on Saturday and we hope to see you there. Stay tuned to the website to see if things change.

As always we have lots of great vendors and exhibitors signed up to bring green into your world and a wonderful group of sponsors to allow that to happen.

The event starts at noon on Saturday May 4. Hope to see you there!

Vendor Spotlight: Capital Area Native Plants Group

The Capital Area Native Plants Group will be back at this year’s Spring Greening Fair. They will be selling native perennial plants that you can plant at your home. They are a great way to beautify your property and bring birds back to the community and a wonderful way to teach children about native habitats. Get there early, the native plants always go fast.

Learn more about the Capital Area Native Plants Group here.

Fun For Kids: Puppets at the Spring Greening Fair

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http://blueskypuppets.com/

Blue Sky Puppet Theatre is a professional touring children’s/family theatre located in the Baltimore/Washington area. The company, at first an adult experimental theatre, celebrated its first public performance on May 24, 1974. Since 1980, it has been exclusively a theatre for young audience currently performing 1,300 shows a year.”

Come out to Spring Greening Fair at Mount Rainier Nature Center on Sat April 14th to see the Blue Sky Puppet Theatre’s show “The Three Green Pigs”!

Exhibitor Spotlight: Prince George’s Audubon Society

Prince George’s County has a wealth of native birds, including many migratory birds stopping by these days.  What better way to learn about them then to stop by the Spring Greening Fair and visit with the Prince George’s County Audubon Society.  No binoculars needed.

Click here to learn more about the Prince George’s County Audubon Society.