The Green Fair in Marion Square returns September 25 (updated with photos)

Updates are at the bottom:

The fourth annual Charleston Green Fair returns to Marion Square on September 25th for a full day dedicated to creating excitement and enthusiasm for green products, services and technologies available to residents using an environmentally responsible forum of education and entertainment.

Last year's Charleston Green Fair attracted over 5,000 eco-minded citizens and this year is hoping to draw even more.

From 12 to 6 p.m. you'll be entertained, educated and amazed by all the exhibitors and participants. Go take a look at the complete list (and map) of exhibitors here. Enjoy live music, a kids zone, an eco-carnival, art walk, a beer and wine garden, green market, clothes swap, a recycling education tent and much more.

Tickets are $5 at the gate, but kids 12 and under get in for free. If you'd like to volunteer at the Green Fair, there's a link for that too

The Charleston City Paper will no doubt have their Green Fair issue coming out very soon. We'll be sure to shoot you their way once their guide hits the newsstands. 

Update September 22: As promised, here's a link to the Charleston City Paper's ultimate guide to this Sunday's fourth annual Charleston Green Fair.

Update September 26: The Post and Courier has a nice photo gallery of people, vendors, educational stations and more from Sunday's slightly soggy Charleston Green Fair.

Hop on over and take a peek.

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