Are you a longtime environmental activist? Or maybe you have heard a lot of talk around town about going green and want to find out more. Or maybe you are just trying to find a way to get out of the heat and into a cool room for a few hours.
Whatever the reason, the Fairfield Green Drinks gathering at The Shack Grille (2070 Post Road) at 6 p.m. on Tuesday will likely be worth the trip. This week's guests will be Erik Rokeach, owner of Fit Body Boot Camp, Dan Delventhal of MowGreen.us, State Rep. Tony Hwang (D-134) and Bigelow Tea representatives, which will providing product samples.
The group meets monthly to "bring people who are interested in sustainability together to talk and share ideas about eco-friendly living and a friendly and casual fashion," according to is press release. Green drinks will be available for sale.
Rokeach will talk about getting healthy and fit and is offering a two-week trial of his program (a $100 value) for anyone who signs up on Tuesday night.
MowGreen, founded by Fairfield resident Delventhal, cuts pollution and noise with its innovative mowing solutions. Hwang will speak about his experiences with the legislature dealing with environmental issues in Trumbull and Fairfield, as well as the delicate balance between the environment and business development.
Another topic of discussion will be how to dispose of unused and unwanted pharmaceuticals.
Check out Fairfield Green Team's website for more information.
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