Looking for a fun family outing?á I am so impressed witht his little festival. I think we might go.á Check this out.á Savannah is having a big Earth Day Festival.á Not only is atáForsyth Park (which I love) but it is FREE.á I am pretty interested in the composting class and the cooking classes.á Oh, it sounds like so much fun.

Here are the details from the City of Savannah Website:

Earth Day 2008 LogoEarth Day 2008: Local ActionůGlobal Impact
11 a.m. Saturday, April 19th at Forsyth Park
Earth Day 2008 will be the 12th consecutive annual celebration in Savannah. Forsyth Park will be filled with activities for the whole family. The schedule of events is as follows:
RecycleRama 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Earth Day 5K Run 9:00 a.m.
Earth Day Festival 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
-Live Oak Exhibition Alley with information and giveaways to make your household more energy and water efficient.
-Green Bistro – over 15 food vendors preparing tasty delights using local produce.
-Frees classes on Kitchen Composting, Rain Barrel assembly, and Native Landscaping
-Live Reptile and Bird Exhibit
-Coast Guard Helicopter
-Music and Entertainment featuring the Cajun band Feufollet from Louisiana
This traditional Louisiana cajun band was formed in 1995 around the extreme talents of accordionist/singer Chris Stafford and fiddler Chris Segura. Feufollet quickly became one of the most exciting Cajun bands in the region, not only because of the depth of musical talent but by the vivacity of which they approached traditional cajun music. In the eight years Feufollet has been performing, they have built upon a regional popularity, becoming an attraction at folk festivals and performance venues not only in the South, but throughout the United States and French Canada. Visit their Web site at www.feufollet.net.