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Earth Day Events at Jefferson Pointe

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Earth Day Events at Jefferson Pointe

Time: April 22, 2009 from 11am to 8pm
Location: Jefferson Pointe
Street: 4110 W. Jefferson Blvd.
City/Town: Fort Wayne, IN
Website or Map: http://www.jeffersonshopping.…
Phone: 260-459-1160
Event Type: earth, day-, go, green!
Organized By: Jefferson Pointe Management Office
Latest Activity: Apr 20, 2009

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Your Trash... My Treasure
11 - Noon - in the Food Court
Kids of all ages invited to make recycled art!

Earth Day Go Green Presentation
Adult presenation
6 - 8 pm - Next to Game Stop
Learn simple and easy ways to conserve resources, reduce waste, prevent pollution and save money. Free food and a reuseable Vera Bradley Shopping bag filled with environmentally-friendly items and tips.

Presented by Stacy Swank Lambright, green living consultant, Shades of Green.

RSVP to Management Office at 260-459-1160

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