The Burlingame Green Street Fair is back. Making its fifth appearance in town, sustainable and environmentally friendly living will take over Burlingame from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Sunday.
In the Park Road parking lot next to Pet Food Express, more than 60 vendors will gather, showcasing the best of sustainable living and green business.
Featuring hands-on crafts and art projects, green cars and free samples, the Green Street Fair, organized by the Citizens Environmental Council, is a family-friendly, free event.
More than 1,000 residents are expected to participate in the fair, meandering through the vendor’s booths, checking out natural products, energy-saving upgrades for the home, how-to's on growing an organic garden, free massages and more.
Children can try their hand at art projects using recycled materials or bicycle-powered spin art.
Also, make sure not to miss the Bag Monster, a “monster” dressed in hundred of plastic bags.
This year, the fair is coupled with a recycling event by Universal Waste Management. The company will collect clothing, electronic appliances and household appliances.
Come out Sunday and learn about green living. For more information, visit www.burlingamegreenfair.com.