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Re: SG-W:/ Walk on the wild side?



I wish I had heard about this Green Fair sooner.  I saw no posters, no 
e-mails about it.  I have a committment tonight which I wouldn't have made 
had I known earlier.  Was there publicity about it that I just missed?
Donna

--On Thursday, June 21, 2001 11:48 AM -0400 Anne Heise 
<aheise@orchard.wccnet.org> wrote:

> Friends,
>
> Looking for something novel to do on Friday night? Consider walking slowly
> down the middle of Main Street in Ann Arbor with a few of your friends.
>
> No, this is not a quick way to get yourself run over or arrested.  It's
> the Ann Arbor Green Fair.
>
>> From 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday (6/22) Main Street will be filled with people
> celebrating Ann Arbor's commitment to the environment.  The only cars to
> be found on this pedestrian-mall-for-a-night will be the ones in the Clean
> Car exhibit, where new natural gas, electric, and hybrid vehicles will be
> there for you to inspect.  Forty environmental groups will also be on hand
> to show you what they are up to, with everything from wild animals to
> petitions to save the wild.  Kids to codgers will find entertainment and
> education somewhere on Main Street.
>
> Come see what everyone will be talking about next week.
>
> Doug Cowherd
> Co-chair, Sierra Club-Huron Valley Group
>
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