March 2, 2018 – March 4, 2018 all-day
Penryn College
079 671 3665
From the 2nd to the 4th of March the first Eco Sustainability Festival will take place in the Lowveld. Some of South Africa’s finest artist and bands will provide the soundtrack to an exquisite backdrop at Penryn College: Majozi, Veranda Panda, Ben Dey and the Concrete Lions, Jackal and the Wind and The Kiffness to name a few. Those who prefer something more soothing can join a yoga class, meditation session or a drumming circle to ease into the rhythm of Spark. Be on the look-out for slam poetry, conservation tours on the outskirts of the grounds and the kiddies’ corner, to keep the young ones entertained.
We aren’t only interested in having fun; we also want our attendees to walk away feeling inspired. Spark is not only a festival, but also a sustainability expo and we have an array of exhibitors ready to make your step towards a greener 2018.
Join us to learn more about the impact we have on our planet and how each of us can ensure a greener, cleaner world. We will explore ways of treading lighter, look at how you can live more responsibly and encourage positive change through collective action. We are aware of the mounting pressure on our government to provide more electricity, water and food for a growing population. We are also aware that fossil fuel resources and current methods are not sustainable. Now’s the time to move beyond the eco-warrior catch phrases and take real steps towards saving money, improving our security and gaining independence from fragile and failing systems.
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