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NWI Natural Family Living Expo

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NWI Natural Family Living Expo

Time: May 8, 2010 from 10am to 7pm
Location: Lake County Fairgrounds Industrial Building
Street: 889 S. Court St.
City/Town: Crown Point, Indiana 46307
Website or Map: http://www.embracinggreenprod…
Phone: 219-293-2229
Event Type: festival
Organized By: Embracing Green Productions
Latest Activity: Mar 3, 2010

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Our Goal
is to provide a marketplace for natural family living, sustainable products, and services. We wish to offer a place where consumers and entrepreneurs can come together to share resources, make connections, and raise awareness for a more healthy and environmentally conscious community.
Please join our efforts to start a new tradition of natural living in Indiana.
If you would like to participate or share ideas please contact our Exp organizers
Angelina Kanable 219-293-2229 Janel Hyland 219-227-6670

angelinakanable@embracinggreenproductions.com
Janelhyland@embracinggreenproductions.com

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