Mercer Green Fest

The Mercer Green Fest 2020!

mercerThe Mercer Green Fest, formerly the Living Local Expo, is the area’s local green fair and will celebrate its fourteen anniversary in March 2020.  It features sustainable local businesses and community organizations, local farms, cooking demonstrations, as well as hands-on workshops, and informational speaker presentations.  It is organized by the MCSC to educate and inform area residents about the best of new energy saving technologies, to promote locate businesses and organizations, to further the arts and showcase what we can accomplish working collaboratively.

We welcome participation by area vendors and sustainability organizations.  Contact the MCSC if you would like to showcase your product or become involved.

Saturday, March 21, 2020 from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The 14th annual green fair, now renamed the Mercer Green Fest, will be  held on Saturday, March 21, 2020.  It will be held at the Rider University Alumni Gymnasium on Lawrenceville Road in Lawrence. The event will be free and open to the public. We plan to promote local vendors and non-profits, as well as our local school representatives to inform about projects like new biking paths, walking trails, food waste recycling, wellness, fitness, and other community projects.

Sign Up to Participate in the Green Fest

Vendors and non-profits wishing to participate in the Green Fest should go to our Vendor Sign Up page to fill out the application form (either in print or electronically) and remit with the rental space fee of $75 (for-profits only) to Sustainable Lawrence, PO Box 5612, Trenton, NJ 08638

Become an Event Sponsor

We are seeking Event Sponsors to support this incredible community grassroots effort.  To learn more go to our Event Sponsors page.

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