The Renewable Eenrgy Roundup & Green Living Fair
- BIGGEST RENEWABLE ENERGY EVENT IN THE SOUTHERN U.S. RETURNS TO FREDERICKSBURG!
TEXAS-SIZE EVENT FEATURES RENEWABLE ENERGY, GREEN BUILDING, ELECTRIC VEHICLES, ORGANIC GARDENING, ORGANIC WINE TASTING
The Roundup is back, y'all--see you in Fredericksburg on the last weekend of September! Go to www.TheRoundup.org or read on for details:
After three great years, the Renewable Energy Roundup and Green Living Fair boasts the highest visitor attendance and widest variety of exhibitors of any renewable energy event in the Southern United States. The Roundup, which comes to Market Square in downtown Fredericksburg, Texas during the last weekend of September, features renewable energy, green building and remodeling, organic gardening, and electric vehicles.
The Roundup is a fun, family-oriented outdoor environment fuelled by interactive exhibits, great food and wine, and exciting new technologies. With the price of admission ($8 per day or $16 for a three-day pass), visitors can choose to attend free workshops on rainwater collection, straw bale construction, and home power systems. Families will love the festive environment, with an alternative-fuel kids train, rock-climbing, laser-tag, green technology demonstrations, a premium organic wine tasting, sustainably-produced beers, and great Texas music.
The fair is also a great excuse to make a trip to beautiful and historic Fredericksburg, in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. The early autumn event falls during the perfect season to visit the Hill Country. Gates are open Friday, September 26, 2003, 12pm-6pm, Saturday, September 27, 2003, 9am-6pm, and Sunday, September 28, 2003, 9am-3pm.
This is a homegrown event, organized by and benefiting only Texas non-profits and the local economy: TXSES (www.TXSES.org) and TREIA (www.TREIA.org) co-organize The Roundup in cooperation with TOGA (www.TexasOrganicGrowers.com). Sponsors include Texas Monthly, the State Energy Conservation Office, Austin Energys Green Building Program, the Lower Colorado River Authority, and the U.S. Department of Energy Building America Program.
Call 1-877-3ROUNDUP or visit www.TheRoundup.org for more information!please forward this announcement to other interested parties and apologies if you have been double posted.
Kathryn Houser, Executive Director
Texas Solar Energy Society
PO Box 1447
Austin, TX 78767-1447
512-326-3391 OR 800-465-5049