Green Living Festival

Green Living Festival Attendance Disappoints, Makeover DueMI Green Team Tuesday announced estimated weekend attendance of 25,000 at the Green Living Festival, about half of the 50,000 festival-goers it had planned for.
Green Living Festival Draws A Nice CrowdWhat construction? Thousands of people spent a glorious summer weekend in downtown Rochester Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the seventh annual Green Living Festival, sponsored by MI Green Team.
Weekend Festival Focused On Green, Healthy LivingAbout 50,000 people expected to converge in downtown Rochester Friday through Sunday for the Green Living Festival.
Michigan Energy Fair, Green Living Festival Both This WeekendThe seventh annual Michigan Energy Fair is being held Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Mason County Fairgrounds in Ludington. And the Green Living Festival is Friday, Saturday and Sunday in downtown Rochester.
Rochester Welcomes Return of Green Living FestivalRochester will again host one of the nation’s largest green and wellness events. The Green Living Festival will move from spring to the first weekend of summer but will be staying at its downtown location during road construction that will close Main Street.
Sponsor, Exhibitor Registration Open For Green Living FestivalThe Michigan Green Team announced last week that sponsor and exhibitor registration is now available for the 2012 Green Living Festival.
Green Living Festival Survives Mother Nature's WrathFor the second year in a row, weather adversely affected attendance at the green festival held in Rochester. “Apparently Mother Nature didn't get the memo that we’re trying to work with her,” said John Batdorf, event manager.
Green Living Festival Walks Its TalkIn an effort to produce an event worthy of its name, the Green Living Festival May 13-15 in Rochester is offering participants and visitors more than just green living information, it’s providing a truly green experience.
Green Living Festival Focuses on Community BuildingThe organizers of the Green Living Festival hope that participants will do more than “Shop, Learn & Celebrate” at their three-day event in downtown Rochester starting May 13.