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Proceeds of the craft beer festival will go towards Live Green CT's Zero Waste Fellowship Program open to schools throughout the state. About 60 million metric tons of food are wasted every year in the United States, with an estimated value of $162 billion dollars. About 32 million metric tons of it ends up in landfills, at a cost of about $15 million billion dollars a year to local governments.
The Last Taste Of Summer Craft Beer Festival
Saturday, September 30th 2017
Roger Sherman Baldwin Park
100 Arch Street, Greenwich CT
Solar Sponsor: All Green It
Silver Sponsor: First Bank of Greenwich
General Admission Features:
Souvenir Tasting Glass
Sampling of over 80 brews and pours
- Bobby Q's Pit Stop
- Dough Girls
- Lobster Craft
- Melt mobile
- Wendy's Weenies
· Games and activities
· Early admission (12pm-1pm)
· VIP tent with scenic views of harbor
· Special brews and pours including sours and hard to find specialties
Last Taste of Summer - Where Green Meets Mainstream
Celebrate “The Last Taste of Summer” at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park on Saturday, September 30th from 1pm - 4pm for general admission and 12pm - 4pm for VIP. Enjoy a fabulous afternoon with family and friends at this zero-waste craft beer festival that features over 80 brews and pours from Connecticut’s finest craft breweries including Armada Brewing, Ballast Point, Charter Oak Brewery, Lock City Brewing Company, New England Cider, New Belgium Brewing, Owls Brew Raddler, Shiner, Spiked Seltzer,and Stony Creek. Enjoy delicious food from Bobby Q’s, Cowabunga grass-fed burgers, Lobster Craft, Melt Mobile, and Wendy’s Weenies, while listening to the cool summer sound of Wilton Steel Community Band. Try your hand at games and activities, visit exhibits and enjoy the picturesque views of the harbor.
The Last Taste of Summer is produced by Live Green Connecticut! which is a 501 (C) (3) charity. Co-founders Daphne Dixon and Scot Weicker said of the event, ““The Festival is a wonderful event that celebrates a beautiful time of year. Our goal is to provide a fun experience while underscoring the importance of supporting local businesses, providing environmental education and working with City Carting to create a zero-waste event.
Proceeds of the craft beer festival will go towards Live Green CT!’s Zero Food Waste programs. About 60 million metric tons of food are wasted every year in the United States, with an estimated value of $162 billion dollars. About 32 million metric tons of it ends up in landfills, at a cost of about $15 million billion dollars a year to local governments.
“Food waste is a global issue and tackling it is a priority,” said Richard Swannell, director of sustainable food systems at the Waste and Resources Action Program - WRAP. Awareness of food waste has risen, but we need to do more to tie that to awareness to actions on the ground,’’he said. “We need to find better ways to deal with food waste, but we need to prevent it in the first place.”
Over the last seven years, Live Green CT! has educated over 15,000 people and produced over 200 environmental events including symposiums at Yale and Fairfield University, a community solar campaign, energy workshops and the Live Green CT! Festival.
The focus now, as turned to zero waste schools and programs that can help all schools in CT become more sustainable.
For questions and/or to learn more about Live Green CT! please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (203) 536-4695.
Rules & Regulations
Ticket holder voluntarily assumes all risks and danger incidental to The Last Taste of Summer Craft Beer Festival, including the risk of lost, stolen or damaged property or personal injury, Ticket holder also waives all claims against the event sponsors, the Town of Greenwich and the Department of Parks & Recreation, Live Green Connecticut, Conscious Decisions, the SBWEventsGroup, The Sound Magazine, the ticket producer, vendors and exhibitors and/or participants and attendees; regardless of whether such claims arise from the negligence of any of the said parties.
- No Glass, Alcohol, Drugs, Food, Coolers, Explosives or Weapons of any kind are permitted.
- No animals, with the exception of service animals, which must be registered in advance of the festival.
- Admission is subject to compliance with all laws and facility rules and the ticket holder consents to reasonable examinations and searches to ensure compliance. Failure to comply with the law or facility rules may result in refusal of admission or expulsion.
- No Ticket Refunds or Exchanges.
- Those caught with prohibited items will be escorted from the festival grounds and will not be permitted re-entry.
For questions about sustainability and sponsorships:
Daphne Dixon, Co-founder
Scot B. Weicker, Co-founder