CRESTONE — The 32nd annual Crestone Energy Fair is set for Saturday, Aug. 28 and Sunday, Aug. 29, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. in Crestone.
This is a free, family-friendly event with workshops and presentations focusing on alternative construction, natural building, solar, sustainable gardening, permaculture and healthy lifestyle practices.
The event will feature bluegrass, Americana, rock, soul, funk and electronica music from around the state, and a full line of vendors selling unique arts and crafts.
Kids activities and entertainment will be provided by Rainbow Lightning and a community kitchen will be serving free food throughout the day.
Organizers will be livestreaming to Facebook and YouTube for people to attend virtually. For more information, visit online www.crestoneenergyfair.org.
The Crestone Energy Fair continues to be a tradition in the San Luis Valley for more than 30 years, bringing innovative ideas in construction, lifestyle, and sustainability to the region. Run by volunteers, this free event is committed to improving the lives of all attendees by empowering them to learn and experience the necessary skills to use alternative building methodologies and materials in future projects, to learn about energy usage and technologies and create an atmosphere of networking, problem-solving and fun.