Team spirit

Posted 5/6/14

To encourage sustainable living and conservation, the Arvada Festivals Commission in conjunction with the Sustain Arvada Committee hosted the second annual Sustain Arvada Festival. During the festival, more than 1,000 people stopped by to learn …

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Team spirit

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To encourage sustainable living and conservation, the Arvada Festivals Commission in conjunction with the Sustain Arvada Committee hosted the second annual Sustain Arvada Festival. During the festival, more than 1,000 people stopped by to learn about a variety of conserving methods and reusable and energy-efficient products all while playing with farm animals, riding bikes around Wolff Park and learning about ways to save the environment.

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