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What does "Go Green" mean to Kidville Williamsburg?

To lead up to Go Green! Brooklyn Festival, we asked some of our performers and exhibitors to let us know what "going green" means to them... Here's what Kidville Williamsburg told us: "Going Green is an ongoing lifestyle choice made by our employees and members as a contribution to our community and the Earth. We encourage using recycled items for arts and crafts projects, as well as develop curriculums that support an early education and appreciation surrounding nature and the unity of all living things." Stop by and meet them at the GoGreen Brooklyn Festival on June 4th. Read more about them at www.kidville.com/rockin-railroad

What does "going green" mean to Go Green! Brooklyn Festival performer Natalie of Baby DJ S

To lead up to Go Green! Brooklyn Festival, we asked some of our performers and exhibitors to let us know what "going green" means to them... Natalie of Baby DJ School, who will be performing a set at the Festival, told us this: "A big way that we Go Green at Baby DJ School is by teaching children using pre-used records. Thrift stores, record stores and stoop sales contain a treasure trove of musical gems that we can save from landfills simply by teaching a new generation to appreciate them. Further, giving babies musical objects that they can actually touch and manipulate with their hands develops their spacial reasoning and motor skills." Come see Baby DJ School perform at the Go Green! Bro

What does "going green" mean to hand-crafted syrup creator, Drink More Good?

To lead up to Go Green! Brooklyn Festival, we asked some of our performers and exhibitors to let us know what "going green" means to them... Here's how hand-crafted syrup creator Drink More Good responded: "From day one, More Good has operated with the founding principle of making this world a better place. We source as many of our ingredients as local and sustainable as possible, and always maintain a high degree of social and ecological responsibility. More Good operates on a triple bottom line, People, Planet, Profit. In our three years of business we have donated over $26,000 and funded five sustainable water wells in Ghana, Uganda, and Haiti." Stop by their booth at the Go Green! Brookl

What does "going green" mean to Neighbors Allied for Good Growth (NAG)?

To lead up to Go Green! Brooklyn Festival, we asked some of our performers and exhibitors to let us know what "going green" means to them... Here's how NAG responded: "Going Green" means renewing a commitment to making our impact on earth a positive one. Whether it's small things like being mindful, generating less garbage or turning off the lights, or a large thing like organizing public meetings about local environmental hazards and advocating for their clean-up, Neighbors Allied for Good Growth are committed to going green, and staying green, and helping others grow their green roots." To read more about NAG, visit nag-brooklyn.org. Come out to meet NAG representatives and find out more a

Go Green Brooklyn Official Launch Party

On Monday evening in the heart of Greenpoint, Town Square had the pleasure of unveiling our website, Go Green Brooklyn, a new online hub that organizes local environmental stories, events and resources into one dynamic platform. At the launch event at T.B.D. Brooklyn, Town Square Secretary & Go Green Brooklyn Hub Director Charlotte Binns, Town Square Chairperson Susan Anderson and Go Green Brooklyn Festival Director Melissa Elders spoke about the hub as means to map out resources for the local green community and make them readily accessible online via the platform’s website, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter pages. By sharing interesting content — local heroes’ stories, events and concrete wa