INTERVIEW Waid Harbison Cullman Eco Day 2017

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INTERVIEW Waid Harbison Cullman Eco Day 2017

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A free day of environmental fun, eco-friendly activities, and conservation education.

The Cullman City Parks & Recreation’s newest annual event is Eco Day. It will feature a free day of environmental fun, eco-friendly activities, and conservation education.

Families and children of all ages can expect:

★ Outdoor Expo of Garden, and Organic Vendors
★ Hands-on Kids Activities
★ Gardening Instruction
★ Conservational Education
★ An early season bounty of freshly grown produce from Festhalle Farmer’s Market.

Of course, there will be the traditional attractions of inflatables and kid’s games.

In this interview, Cullman City Parks & Recreation Program Director Waid Harbison explains all the important details including a positive weather report (65°) for this outdoor event.

EVENT DETAILS

• Saturday, March 18th
• 9 am to 3 pm
• NeSmith Park, Corner of McNabb St. SW and 3rd St. SW by West Elementary School

Cost: The event will be FREE to the public; everyone welcome!

In this interview, Cullman City Parks & Recreation Program Director Waid Harbison explains all the important details including a positive weather report (65°) for this outdoor event:

NeSmith Park

INTERVIEW Waid Harbison Cullman Eco Day 2017
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Originally from Asheville, NC, Timothy brings an insightful holistic perspective as well as a mountain man tenacity to his various roles at Cullman Today. You can reach him at cullmantoday@gmail.com and/or (256) 615-8260.

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