The annual Mayor’s Green Fair will be held on Main Street from 6 to 9 p.m., June 14, to celebrate the community environmental leadership exhibited by citizens, nonprofits, government and businesses. This year’s theme is Envisioning a Sustainable Ann Arbor.
Main Street will be closed to through traffic between Huron and William streets, remaining open for pedestrians, Green Fair guests, displays of sustainability information, green products and live music performed by The Vicissitudes. Information, entertainment and hands-on activities for all ages will be provided. There’ll also be live demonstrations of birds of prey.
The Green Fair features environmental nonprofit organizations, government agencies and participating businesses that support environmental and sustainability practices. Exhibitors will showcase innovative, energy-saving designs and actions, including displays of alternative fuel vehicles, green building materials, solar energy installations, renewable energy installations and more.
Green transportation exhibits sponsored by the getDowntown program will present a variety of sustainable transportation choices such as e-bikes and cargo bikes, information about the William Street bikeway and autonomous vehicles.
For more information, visit A2Gov.org/greenfair.