Green market at Pretoria botanical gardens

Posted by Laura Grant on February 4, 2009
Posted in Lifestyle

flyerThis Saturday (Feb 7), pack your picnic blankets and head over to the National Botanical Gardens in Pretoria for the Green Market.

There’s live entertainment: Leon Ecroignard from ‘Optelgoed is Dansgoed’ will make music from recyclable trash (which should be interesting) and you can see fun interactive demonstrations of the Nia technique, which is a combination of dancing, martial arts, yoga etc, and much more.

Products on sale range from natural raw foods and drinks, green baby products, natural make-up and skin care, solar products and other energy saving products, worm farms and recycled art.

There’s also a recycling station where you the public can bring your clean recyclable trash. You can bring plastic; polystyrene; dry, clean paper; glass; cans and electronic waste like cellphones, old broken printers, CD’s and any electronic device you want to get rid of.

The market is a way to educate and raise awareness of the importance and the benefits of a greener lifestyle, say the organisers. So they urge people to bring their families and friends together with their picnic blankets and shopping bags for a nice eco-conscious day in the gardens.

If you need more info or if you’re interested in supporting the event or participating, you can contact Melissa at greenmelilly [at] gmail [dot] com

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One Response to “Green market at Pretoria botanical gardens”

  1. Melissa
    February 17th, 2009 @ 7:59 am

    Good day, our next events will be every first saturday of the month – 7March, 4 April, 2May…. Come and enjoy and relax these days at the Green Markets great new event – live music, fun demonstrations, workshops and a variety of green products to choose from and support. Starts at 9:00 to 14:00.

    Also dont forget – bring your clean recyclable trash and come and support recycling. Plastic, dry and clean paper, polystyrene, tin, glass and your ewaste (cellphones, old computers, printers, hairdryers, CD’s and old computer disks, cameras etc…)

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