2012 Events & Presenters

FRIDAY APRIL 20th

  • MUM Sustainable Living Center, North 4th St. – Dimick Dr.

    • 11 am Ribbon Cutting & Press Conference

    • 1-3:30 pm Tours and Music

    • 3:30–4:30pm Anticipating Future Food Challenges, Fred Kirschenmann

  • Fairfield Arts and Convention Center Expo Hall, 200 North Main Street

    • 8 pm–Keynote: The Next Greatest Version of Fairfield, Seth Braun

  • Sustainable Living Coalition, 2151 185th St

    • 6 pm Sacred Fire begins

    • 6-11pm Music & Legend Sacred Fire Circle

SATURDAY April 21rst

  • Fairfield Arts and Convention Center, 200 North Main Street

    • 9am-4pm Vendors Fair, FACC Expo Hall

    • 9am-4pm Jobs & Education Fair, Meeting Room #1

    • 9:45am – Carpool leaves from FACC Parking Lot for Prairie Song Farm Tour & Workshops: Shitake Spore Inoculation; Blueberry, Serviceberry, and PawPaw Planting

    • 10am–11am Healing Our Planet, Healing Ourselves Maryann Hesse, Meeting Room #2

    • 11:30am–12:30 pm Why Buy Local? New Dimensions of Currency and the Power of Consciousness in Cashflow, Scott Morris, Meeting Room #2

    • 12:45–1:45 pm Some Principles of Place, Mike Cook, Meeting Room #2

    • 2 pm–3pm Plant Wisdom holds the Key to Radiant Vitality at Any Age,  Maryann Hesse, Meeting Room #2

    • 3:30–4:30 pm  EcoFairfield Breakout Session Branding Fairfield: Leadership Round Table, Seth Braun

    • 7pm Doors open for EcoJam Fashion Show, Expo Hall

  • MUM Campus, 1000 North 4th St.

    • 9:30-9:50 am How New Social Media Platforms Will Impact Non-Profits in 2012, Phyllis Khare, Argiro Cafe

    • 10am-12pm  Social Media Management: Learn the Secrets of Successful Non-Profits,  Phyllis Khare, Argiro Cafe

    • 11am-12pm Making Agriculture Energy Efficient and Self-Sufficient, Francis Thicke, Sustainable Living Center

    • 12:30pm Sustainable Living Center Tour with Vastu Architect Jon Lipman

    • 1-2 pm, Water Flouridation, Richard Wolfson, Sustainable Living Center

    • 1-1:45pm, Fortune-Creating® Homes and Building, Jon Lipman, Sustainable Living Center

    • 2pm Sustainable Living Center Tour with Vastu Architect Jon Lipman

    • 1-2 & 2-3pm Haiku and Renga, Nynke Passi Sustainable Living Center

  • Broadway & B Street Parking Lot

    • 2:30 – 3:30pm Tree Planting, Emily Swihart of Trees Forever

  • Prairie Song Farm, 2107 150th Street (Carpool from FACC 9:45 am)

    • 10am–12 noon Farm Tour & Workshops: Shitake Spore Inoculation; Blueberry, Serviceberry, and PawPaw Planting

  • Sustainable Living Coalition, 2151 185th St

    • Sunrise–11pm Music & Legend Sacred Fire Circle

    • 9am-3 pm Traditional Native American craft workshops (dream catchers, medicine bags, sleeping mats)

  • St Mary’s Project, 404 North 3rd Street

    • 2-5pm Open House

  • Fairfield Public Library, 104 West Adams Avenue

    • Movie Matinee 10-12pm – “A Promise Called Iowa”

    • Afternoon Movie 1-3pm – “A Little Salsa on the Prairie: The Changing Character of Perry, Iowa”

    • Early Evening Movie – 5-7pm – “American Meat”

  • Sunnybrook Living Care Center, 400 Highland Street

    • Relay for Life Carnival, 11am–4pm ($5 to admission to participate in activities)

  • Beauty Shop, 60 West Burlington Ave.

    • 10:30pm EcoJam After Party

SUNDAY April 22nd

  • Sustainable Living Coalition, 2151 185th St

    • Sunrise–Sacred Fire closing

  • MUM Sustainable Living Center, North 4th St. – Dimick Dr.

    • 1:30–2:15 The RF Invasion Richard Wolfson

    • 1:30–2:15 Building True Wealth: The Evolution of Socially Responsible Investing from Wall Street to Main Street, Stuart Valentine

    • 2:30–3:15 Dirty Electricity Richard Wolfson

    • 2:30–315 EcoPyschology: Healing Relationships with Inner & Outer Nature, Phoenix Jordan

  • St. Mary’s Project, 404 North 3rd Street

    • 1-3pm Community Swap, schoolhouse basement

    • 1-3pm Kidz Corner, schoolhouse, CM Ceramics

  • Chautauqua Park

    • 11:30am–1:30pm Dig In Orchard Planting session

    • 2–4pm Dig In Orchard Planting session

    • 4:15pm – Volunteer Appreciation Ceremony by Mayor Ed Malloy

    • 4:30pm-8pm HyVee BBQ; vegan, gluten free, and raw food meal options

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