Sustain Algoma Expo 2015

On July 25th, 2015 at the Johnson Township Community Centre, the new Sustain Algoma Expo formerly known as the Green Expo will be taking place. This event will feature unique initiatives and products that include food & agriculture, wood products, water management, social enterprise and arts & culture. 

With the change in direction, the new Sustain Algoma Expo will feature a diverse variety of exhibitors, kid’s activities, and local food with a focus on sustainable Algoma communities.

Call for Exhibitors

The Sustain Algoma Expo Committee is inviting organizations, businesses and interested vendors to join the event as an exhibitor during this all day event. Exhibit spaces will be allotted on a first come first serve basis and assigned by the organizing committee.

For full details on how to register for a vendor space, please register at the Sustain Algoma Expo website at: http://sustainalgomaexpo.com/vendor-registration or contact Tanna Elliott, Executive Director of Kensington Conservatory at 705-782-2200. The deadline to register is July 17th, 2015

3P Pitch Competition

At this year’s Expo, young (Ages 15-35) Algoma inventors, innovators and entrepreneurs are invited to pitch their original product, service or business ideas to a panel of judges on how it can contribute to a more “Sustainable Algoma” for great prizes. The 3P Pitch Competition encourages the creation of unique, innovative initiatives and sought to bring these concepts to life by showcasing their applications in different industry sectors such as agriculture, forestry, water management, energy and social enterprises while advocating the sentiment of “People, Planet & Profit”. For more info on competition prizes, pitch rules and tips, visit: http://sustainalgomaexpo.com/3p-pitch-competition For more info, contact Janette Wallace of RAIN at 705-942-7927 x3135 or jwallace@ssmic.com

Announcing T.V. Puppetree

This year’s feature family event is T.V. Puppetree (Tom Vandenberg), who has worked for the Muppets and has been performing live and for the camera for 36 years. There will be two showings of Old McDonald had a Farm for kids during the event.

The Expo will be fun for the whole family!

Partners
The Kensington Conservancy, Clean North, Central Algoma Freshwater Coalition, Rural Agri-Innovation Network, The Johnson Farmers’ Market and the St. Marys River Remedial Action Plan are proud hosts of the 1st Annual Sustain Algoma Expo.
For more information, visit the Sustain Algoma Expo website or Facebook page

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