Living Green in Lincoln Park Forum this Sunday!

I am thrilled to be a part of a great event this Sunday (5/16), The Living Green in Lincoln Park Residents Forum. It is from 1:30pm until 3:30pm at The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum (2430 N. Cannon Dr.).

This event is free for all Lincoln Park residents, there will also
complimentary snacks and beverages provided by Limelight Catering as well
as some great raffle prizes (no cost to enter!).  The event was planned
and organized by Ken Labok of Children's Memorial Hospital, and I was
happy to help & participate in this effort to spread the green word
in Chicago!

The goal of The Living Green in Lincoln Park Forum is to help residents learn tips on how to live more sustainably, locate new resources for living green and learn a thing or two from some local professionals in the green world. There will be a pre-networking session with local Chicago businesses followed by a Q & A session with the following experts:

There following local organizations and green businesses will also be at this event showcasing their products and services:

  • Bin Donated - Residential & commercial pick-up service that collects and provides donated items to existing charities at no cost. Bring your old cell phone so that Bin Donated can recycle or donate them; all proceeds from the recycling of these cell phones will go towards local charities. 

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  • Blissful Seed - Organic apparel company. All clothing items are made with 100% organic cotton,  low-impact dyes and eco-friendly inks. 

  • ZipCar - Wheels when you want 'em! Zipcar offers car sharing by the hour or day and they even pay for gas AND insurance.

  • Digital Hub Printing - Your local source for sustainable printing! Digital Hub uses only the most eco-friendly inks, paper and pressroom chemistry.

  • Ecominders - The removable, reusable, never forget to help save the planet stickers! Printed locally & sustainably in Chicago (by Digital Hub), Ecominders are available in 3 product lines - Home, Office and Kids & Schools. All proceeds from the purchase of Ecominders at The Living Green in Lincoln Park Forum will go directly to Children's Memorial Hospital. 

  • No Foam Chicago - Help get Styrofoam banned in Chicago - over 100 cities already have! Styrofoam is terrible for the environment, never biodegrades and leaches nasty chemicals into food.

I hope to see you there!
If you have any questions feel free to contact me at

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