"Green" Apple Day & Go Green Lower East Side This Sunday in the Big Apple


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Join TreeHuggers and Lower Eastsiders for New York City Apple Day & Go Green Lower East Side this Sunday October 19th, 2008 from 11am - 4:30pm for more than just free apples!
This year marks the first annual New York City Apple Day sponsored by the Lower East Side Business Improvement District (LES BID) and the Greenmarket. The festival will be held at what was once the Delancey Apple Orchard in the mid 1700's. Apple day will be a fun, and most importantly free, event for children and adults featuring everything from a live honey beehive to an old-fashioned apple cider press. As promised this event is more than just apples, Go Green Lower East Side and the Sierra Club will be giving away 500 energy efficient light bulbs and providing information on how to go green. Manhattan Borough President, Scott M. Stringer will be on hand with over 100 community members, organizations and leaders.

Read on for a complete list of the eco-friendly participants in NYC Apple Day!Eco-conscious participants in NYC Apple Day
Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver
State Senator Tom Duane
Assembly Member Brian Kavanagh
City Council Member Rosie Mendez
Asthma Free School Zone
Chinatown Partnership
East Village Community Coalition
Education Alliance
Hester Street Collaborative
L.E.S Ecology Center
L.E.S. Girls Club
Man. Community Board 3
NY Historical Society
NY Restoration Project
NYS Department of Environmental Conservation
New York University
Office of Recycling Outreach and Education
Pure Habitat
Vayl Training and Wellness Services
Andrew's Local Honey
Babycakes
Cafe Katja
Doughnut Plant
Fizzy Lizzy
Little Giant
Jeffrey's Meats
Red Jacket Orchard
Roni Sue's Chocolate
Spur Tree
Biscuits By LambChop (Dog Biscuits)
Sonia Rose
The Wall

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