Sustainability Fest at UH Manoa

Sustainable Saunders & ASUH Co-Host Earth Day 2009 on April 22

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Chloe Milligan, (805) 455-7400
Sustainability Fest Co-Coordinator
Posted: Apr 14, 2009

Sustainable Saunders and the Associated Students at the University of Hawaiʻi (ASUH) at Mānoa will host their third annual Sustainability Fest in Honor of Earth Day on Wednesday, April 22. Open to the general public, the free event kicks off at 11:00 a.m. with an open-air marketplace featuring 100-plus booths and vendors. It culminates with a free outdoor 5 p.m. concert featuring John Cruz, Natural Vibrations and Pressure Drop.

Participants are urged to bring their recycling (see list below).

What: Sustainability Fest, UH Mānoa‘s Earth Day Celebration

Date: Wednesday, April 22

Time: Marketplace 11:00 a.m. — 6:00 p.m., Concert 5:00 — 9:00 p.m.

Where: Andrews Amphitheatre on Dole Street, UH Mānoa campus

Sustainable Saunders is an initiative to evolve Saunders Hall, which houses the social sciences, into a model of sustainability for the campus, Hawaii and beyond. For more information, see or send an e-mail to

*To be accepted for recycling: Laptop computers only (no desktop computers), cell phones, printer cartridges, athletic shoes (no metal cleats), all kinds of batteries, used hearing aids and eyeglasses, fishing lines, usable household items and clothing for Goodwill Industries, HI-5 recyclable containers, telephone books, magazines, cooking oil and free towing of unwanted cars.*