a resource fair for sustainable lifestyles

September 17, 2016 | 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Minnetrista, Muncie, IN
What is the Living Lightly Fair?

Living Lightly is a FREE resource fair for sustainable lifestyles, held each September on the Minnetrista campus in Muncie, Indiana.

Living Lightly is aimed at educating East Central Indiana residents about practical ways to live more sustainably and save money and resources for themselves and future generations.

Sustainable Living practices consider the environmental, economic, and social impacts of the management and use of our natural resources. Resources that are used sustainably can be maintained for use by future generations.

 

  • A summary of the 2015 Living Lightly Fair.

    Thanks to the vendors, volunteers, and guests who made LLF 2015 a hit! Follow the Learn More link for photos and a summary.

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  • Drop off your drugs with TRIAD!

    Bring expired medications to the fair. Delaware County TRIAD will be on site to collect and dispose of old drugs properly.

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  • 2016 marks the 10th annual Living Lightly Fair!

           Saturday, September 17         9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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  • New Upcycle Activity for Everyone!

    Upcycling is another form of reuse. Take something you might discard and fix it or find a new use for it.

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  • 2016 Featured Speaker Announced!

    This year’s featured speaker will be Girl Scouts of America activist Madi Vorva!

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  • Educators for Sustainability

    Educators who teach K-12 students are invited to exhibit their students’ sustainability projects.

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Information & News

Be a Vendor!

Support the Living Lightly Fair by sending a check payable to: Living Lightly Fair to P.O. Box 65, Muncie, IN 47308. Your donations allow us to bring more and better resources to the fair.

Schedule & Directions

Schedule available by July 1.

2016 Schedule
Directions

Lunch Lightly

Have lunch at the Payne’s or AWAKEN booth! Help us reduce waste! Bring your own water bottle to the fair.

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