Common Ground Fair Maine Transition Booth

The Common Ground Fair is soon upon us (Sept 19-21), and Belfast Transition has reserved a tabling spot in the Fair's Social and Political Action Tent #1 for Maine Transition-related initiatives. We are delighted that the Greenways Center for Environment and Community is collaborating with us on this, and we would love your involvement/participation as well. There are a few ways you can get involved, and I have Common Ground Fair entry passes for anyone willing to help (at least the first 9 people to sign up).

1. Get Involved at the Maine Transition Booth!
-Bring materials about your organizations and projects to display at the booth.
-Sign up for booth set-up on Thursday, Sept. 18th (time TBD) or booth break-down on Sunday, Sept. 21st at 5pm.
-Sign-up for a booth staffing shift. First come, first serve on the timing. You can choose from:

Friday, Sept. [masked]am 11am-1pm 1-3pm 3-5pm

Saturday, Sept. [masked]am 11am-1pm 1-3pm 3-5pm

Sunday, Sept. [masked]am 11am-1pm 1-3pm 3-5pm

-Contribute towards the $90 booth space reservation feeĀ 

2. Come to the Maine Transition Town panel/discussion on Sunday, Sept. 21st at the Social and Political Action Tent speaker's tent. It will be moderated by Tina Clarke, an experienced Transition trainer and consultant.

Please contact me by email or phone (603)[masked] if you can take part.

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  • Sheryl

    I will be at the Common Ground Fair working the Unity College booth. Will try to come by this group's booth.

    September 13

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