In just 4 years, Ecofest has become one of Westport’s most popular events.
There’s live music, food, exhibits, raffles, prizes, and plenty of interactive games and “stuff” for kids — all with a green theme. It’s a fun, exciting way to learn how to help save the planet, or at least live a healthier life yourself.
This year’s event is Saturday (June 9), 12 noon to 5 p.m. at the Levitt Pavilion.
It’s all organized and run by students from Staples High School’s Club Green.
Admission is free, thanks to support from Melissa & Doug, Terex, Wakeman Town Farm, Steaz iced tea, Skinny Pines brick oven caterer and J&J Kettle Korn.
So just how “green” is Ecofest? Well, if you bring your old light bulbs, printer cartridges and electronics, Club Green will recycle them for you.