Dallas Green Festival This Weekend

Expect more bikes, less cars Saturday

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    The fourth annual Dallas Green Festival starts Saturday, September 24.

    Expect to see more people riding their bikes through downtown Dallas this weekend.

    The fourth annual Dallas Green Festival starts Saturday.

    Saving Money and Helping the Environment

    [DFW] Saving Money and Helping the Environment
    Leave the SUV at home, these North Texans are riding their scooters to work. (Published Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2008)

    The eco-friendly event asks cyclists to bike through downtown Dallas and Deep Ellum starting Saturday at 10 a.m. before meeting up at Fair Park for the shindig.

    Started by the city’s Office of Environmental Quality to promote a more environmentally friendly lifestyle, the festival takes place at the Texas Discovery Gardens in Fair Park.

    Cleaner Planes, Cleaner Environment

    [DFW] Cleaner Planes, Cleaner Environment
    Southwest Airlines strives to keep its planes clean while protecting the environment. (Published Monday, July 20, 2009)

    This is the second year the festival has happened in Fair Park at Texas Discovery Gardens.

    Festival hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. Admission to the Green Festival is free. In addition, event-goers can enter the Texas Discovery Garden’s Butterfly House and Insectarium for a discounted rate of $3.

    For more information, see greendallas.net or texasdiscoverygardens.org.