It’s Spring in Plymouth and that means the Green Street Fair is coming. On May 4-6, this year, Downtown Plymouth streets will be transformed into an Envirnomentally Focused Outdoor show with displays ranging from electric vehicles to kid’s activities using recycled materials. For more information about the Green Street Fair, click here.
What a perfect Spring morning to enjoy the Green Fair in Downtown Plymouth. There were plenty of ‘Green’ products and services to explore – everything from electric vehicles to kid’s activities using recycled materials. Combined with the perfect weather (at least for today), you couldn’t ask for a better way to spend a Saturday morning. Even the fountain water was green!
The fountain is back on and the Farmer’s Market for this year’s season is back on Saturday morning. And so marks the unofficial start of Spring here in Plymouth. The Plymouth Green Street Fair is also this weekend along with Mother’s Day so the area should be quite busy in case you are planning to drive into town. You can find out more about the Green Fair if you click the earlier link. In short, it’s great showcase of “Green” products and services including everything from home improvement ideas to alternative fuel vehicles. The Green Fair runs May 6-8 and the Farmer’s Market is on Saturday Mornings beside the Penn across from the Fountain. As long as the weather holds, it will be a great weekend to enjoy strolling around Plymouth enjoying the sites, shopping, and restaurants!
Update: May 4th, 2011: I’ve updated the dates for the 2011 Green Street Fair.
Update: April 30th 2010: It was nice and warm this evening (and a little windy) – perfect for enjoying a walk into town to the 2010 Green Street Fair. There was live music, food, plenty of booths with everything from recycled Coke can art to rain water cistern systems. For the kids, there was a petting zoo, the cardboard village, and even a cookie decorating station!
The 2010 Plymouth Green Street Fair will be held on April 30th, May 1st & 2nd. This environment focused Fair offers something different for everyone. Everything from hybrid cars to organic food and everything in between. With consumption and production down due to the economy, we’ve actually seen more interest in Sustainability – especially when it saves people money! Visit the official homepage at www.greenstreetfair.com.
The Green Fair is one of several street festivals in Downtown Plymouth throughout the year. The area is very walkable with plenty of parks, shops, restaurants, and entertainment. There’s no need to drive long distances and park a mile away just to do your shopping. Plymouth also has beautiful residential tree-lined streets with lots of gorgeous historic homes making it one of the area’s prettiest small towns. You can walk or bike most anywhere and there are lots of parks for the children too. If you want to learn more about buying or selling a home in Plymouth, please visit our official homepage at www.bobbake.com.
It was a beautiful weekend for this year’s Plymouth Green Fair. The number of tents and people seemed to be down a little this year but there was still plenty to do, see, eat, and learn about. The kids could enjoy a petting zoo, build homes using recycled materials, and have some organic food. While adults could learn about green building materials, cleaning products, hybrid cars. There was even environmentally friendly pet products – truly something for everyone! This is one of the nicer and quieter festivals that we have in downtown Plymouth.