6 things you won't want to miss at tomorrow's Eco-Fair

(Jackson, Wyo.) - Tomorrow is the 13th Annual Eco-Fair, a community event that focuses on recycling, energy sustainability and wildlife conservation in Jackson Hole. According to Event Coordinator Virginia Powell Symons, this year's fair will be a Zero Waste event. "This year, what's really exciting about Eco-Fair is that we have really committed ourselves to a zero waste initiative. We are looking at being the first local event that is recognized as Teton County as a Road To Zero Waste Green event," said Symons. Here are 6 things you don't want to miss at this year's EcoFair: *1. Sustainability Education:* There will be three main booths at the event focusing on recycling, energy conservation, and wilderness and wildlife conservation. Each will house multiple non-profits, which will host educational displays and activities. *2. Kids Zone:* Friends of Pathways will bring their Strider Bike Adventure Zone, there will be a recycle relay, face painting and more. *3. Crafts:* During the event, there will be organized crafts including making bird feeders out of recycled milk jugs and a recycled glass mosaic project. *4. $2 Beers:* Snake River Brewing will be on site pouring $2 beers to those who bring their own mug and $4 beers if you don't. *5. Great Food:* Whole Grocer, Local Butcher and Everest Momo Shack will be there serving up some Saturday eats. *6. Live Music:* The Chanman Roots Band (12:15 - 2:15 p.m.) and Major Zephyr (2:45 - 4:45 p.m.) will be playing live during the event. The 13th Annual Jackson Hole Eco-Fair is tomorrow, May 14 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. rain or shine. There is a $5 suggested donation. More information is at *Feature Photo: h/t Amy Schlinger/ Jackson Hole Eco-Fair / Pitchengine Communities * #buckrail #news #whatshappening