Go Green Wilmette
Going Green Matters is presented by Go Green Wilmette and the Village of Wilmette. Go Green Wilmette is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. Our mission is to raise environmental awareness in our community and to inspire residents to take action to make a difference. To sign up for our twice monthly newsletters, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Going Green Matters: Wilmette's Green Fair
Don't miss our eighth annual environmental fair. People interested in living more
sustainably will have a chance to learn more about topics such as
saving energy at home, transportation choices, green landscaping,
growing your own food, organic food and farming, connecting to nature,
green home design and products, and more. Visitors will also find out how Wilmette
Schools, the Park District, the Library, north shore congregations and
the Village government are all working together with Go Green Wilmette
to make Wilmette and the north shore a more sustainable place to live. Explore the web site to learn more about all the fun in store for you and your family at Going Green Matters. Don't miss this year's event.
Date: Sunday, March 9, 2014
Time: 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Location: Woman's Club of Wilmette, 930 Greenleaf Avenue, Wilmette
- From the South on the Edens Expressway (I-94)
- Exit at Lake Avenue and head east on Lake Avenue
- Turn south or right on 10th Street to Greenleaf.
- From the North on the Edens Expressway (I-94)
- Exit at Skokie Boulevard
- Turn left or east on Lake Avenue
- Turn right or south on 10th St. to Greenleaf.
- From Sheridan Road or Green Bay Road
- Take Lake Avenue to 10th Street
- Turn South on 10th St. to Greenleaf
- Walking Directions from Metra and CTA Stations
• Wilmette Metra Station
• Head south toward Central
• Turn left or east on Central and walk 3 blocks
• Turn right or south on 10th Street and walk 1 block
• Destination is on the left
• Linden CTA Station
• Head west on Linden
• Turn right or north on 4th Street and walk 1 block
• Turn left or west on Greenleaf and walk 6 blocks
• Destination will be on the right
- We encourage visitors to walk, bike or take public transportation to the event.
- Car parking will be available on nearby residential streets, at St. Francis Church at 9th and Greenleaf and on 9th and 10th Streets north of Central Street.
- Bike racks are available at Central School and St. Francis Church at 9th and Greenleaf. Limited bike parking at the Woman's Club.