San Francisco Hosts 7th Annual Green Festival

GOOD is happily taking part in this year's Green Festival, the nation's largest green consumer living expo, happening in San Francisco on...

GOOD is happily taking part in this year's Green Festival, the nation's largest green consumer living expo, happening in San Francisco on November 14, 15, & 16.The festival will highlight economic and environmental sustainability issues, while offering attainable goals for navigating these uncertain times.Join us--along with more than 125 authors, leaders and educators--for great how-to workshops, cutting-edge films, fun activities for kids, organic beer and wine, delicious vegetarian cuisine, and a diverse lineup of live music that includes a Friday night Kick-Off Party featuring hip-hop pioneer Chuck D!Register online today and be sure to sign up for The GOOD Pass, which gives you 2-for-1 admission to the Green Festival, plus a one-year subscription to GOOD. (One hundred percent of the money benefits the Green Festival, Co-op America, and Global Exchange!)Event Details:San Francisco Green FestivalNovember 14 to 16, 2008Friday – 12pm to 7pmSaturday – 10am to 7pmSunday – 11am to 6pmSan Francisco Concourse Exhibition Center635 8th St (at Brannan St)San Francisco, CA 94103Giftcenter Pavillion Theater888 Brannan StreetSan Francisco, CA 94103

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