Meet the people who make it happen
THE 2014 BOONSBORO GREEN FEST COMMITTEE
Members of the committee show off the 2014 edition of the festival's T-shirts and a new refillable water bottle decorated with the same design. Members are (front, from left) Sean Haardt, Rick Schulman, Amy Jones, Jill Reddecliff, Greg Solberg, Leslie Haardt, and Jennifer Guenther; (standing, from left) Barbara Wetzel, Dan Murphy, Darrell Jones, Tony Drury, Rosemary James, Kathy Vesely, Laura Schnackenberg, Frances Lynch, Janeen Solberg and Brigitte Schmidt. Committee member emeritus Harvey Hoch is not pictured.
Shopping for some tomato plants ...
now being accepted
for 7th Green Fest
BOONSBORO, Md. (Jan. 4, 2015) -- Vendor applications for the 7th annual Boonsboro Green Fest are now being accepted. The popular spring event will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 9 in Shafer Park.
Applications may be submitted up until March 15, however, prospective vendors who apply by March 1 will pay only $20 for a space; the fee doubles for applications received from March 2 to 15.
The number of vendors has increased from 84 in 2009 -- the festival's first year -- to 184 in 2014, when the park was filled to capacity with vendors and other features, including a music stage, recycling drop-off center, kids zone, food pavilion, and three large tents housing -- speakers, health and fitness displays, and a wine and beer garden.
Vendors are chosen based on adherence to the Green Fest mission "to promote conservation, recycling and sustainable living within our community."
Based on the themes or products of the vendors, they will be listed on the website and in the program brochure in various categories, such as Eco-Home, Eco-Lifestyle, Sustainable Agriculture & Gardening, Conservation & Recycling, Eco-Kids, Clean Energy Options, Health & Wellness, Go Local, and Food & Refreshments.
For an application, go to the Vendor Page.
The Green Fest Committee is the general sponsor of the annual festival, which is planned and produced by volunteers and is financed by vendor fees and the generosity of dozens of sponsoring partners.