There are many shades of green among the vast assortment of eco-friendly gadgets, services and products available these days. Up your consumer-savvy quotient at GreenChic Living, from 5-9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 27 in the Crystal Tea Room atop the Wanamaker Building at 13th and Market streets in Center City.
Philadelphia’s new sustainability czar Katherine Gajewski will discuss our fair city's green future. Browse displays of bamboo and organic clothing, or check out some eco-friendly jewelry. Peco reps will explain changing energy laws. GreenandSave guru Charlie Szoradi will discuss recent innovations.
Other highlights include reborn furniture, green electronics, solar innovations, local wine and food companies and much more. Cost is $15 in advance, $20 at the door, which includes cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Proceeds benefit the Sustainable Business Network.
Event organizers say (and we quote), "The 21st century mantra is recycle, reuse, restore and reinvigorate. The goal is to change the perception about going green which will ultimately help slow the pace of climate change and the ruination of our planet."
Find information and tickets at 610 409-0966 or at the Luxe Phila Web Site.