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"Sustainable Kids" is the Focus of Thursday, March 9 Sustainable Ann Arbor Forum

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February 8, 2017 - ​The City of Ann Arbor and Ann Arbor District Library Sustainable Ann Arbor forum on Thursday, March 9, 6:30–7:30 p.m. will be like no other before. For the first time, the forum will invite kids of all ages for a make- and take-home craft, interactive environmental education presentations and storytelling from a professional story teller. 

Sustainable Kids

Thursday, March 9, 2017
6:30–7:30 p.m.
Moderator, Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor.

  • Jeannine Palms (Teacher/Director of Blossom Home Preschool & Adventures).
  • MacKenzie Maxwell (School and Scout Program Manager for the Leslie Science & Nature Center).
  • Laura Raynor (Youth Librarian for AADL).
  • Katy Adams (Education Director for the Ecology Center). 

This third event of the four-part series and will again be held at the Ann Arbor District Library Downtown Branch, 343 S. Fifth Ave.

Details of this series are also posted online at http://www.a2gov.org/departments/systems-planning/planning-areas/climate-sustainability/sustainability/Pages/SustainableAnnArborForum.aspx.

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Contact Information

Emily Drennen
Sustainability Associate
734.794.6430 ext. 43726
edrennen@a2gov.org


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