Performances, Presentations, Food, Drink, Kids jumper, and Soccer.
* Craig Korth and Julie Kerr
* Rembetika Hipsters
* Le Beau Temp ZydecoBand
* Paul Millar
* Kiss the Queen
* Bix Burkhardt
* David Swann, MLA
60 Canadian municipalities have banned cosmetic pesticides and Calgary isn?t one of them. The City of Calgary has reduced pesticide use on public space significantly in recent years. The City is working with Sunnyside residents to make New Edinborough Park, the first of only two in Calgary, a showcase for sustainability.
Calgarians, on the other hand, use six times the volume of pesticides as the city, mainly due to ?all-in-one? products. Come out and learn how to get your lawn off drugs as well as how to make your neighbourhood park pesticide-free. The event will also feature the unveiling of the City?s first Pesticide-Free sign. The Party Against Pesticides campaign is funded from Calgary Dollars donations from FFWD and Sunnyside Market.
Sponsored by Calgary Dollars, Hillhurst-Sunnyside Community Assoc, Sustainable Calgary, Sierra Club of Canada Chinook Chapter, Clean Calgary Association and The Arusha Centre.
Added by Grant Neufeld on June 10, 2005