Boston GreenFest Pivots to Virtual to Bring the World to Boston
Freed from the constraints of time, Boston GreenFest 2020 Virtual will begin at midnight on August 20, and continuously run until 11:59 p.m., August 23, providing a novel experience for those wishing to explore environmental sustainability and green technologies through art, film, dance, music and more. Free and open to all internet users as well as cable TV viewers, this event will unite people across the planet to celebrate the progress made and the future envisioned.
Throughout the festival, guests can explore environmental issues and groundbreaking solutions. Documentaries will offer insights into current key topics. From the comforts of home, guests can explore fitness and food that will benefit both the body and planet. Chefs will demonstrate the joys of cooking sustainably.
For those trapped inside, Janice Goodman, owner of Cityscapes, a company greening up spaces across the Boston area, will speak about the benefits of plants and bringing nature back into peoples’ lives. Instructors, such as Sherry Zak Morris, co-founder of YogaJP, will demonstrate the power of movement through yoga. Guests can also watch as artists, such as the Jo-Mé Dance Company and Grammy-winner Joanne Shenandoah, take the virtual stage. At EcoFashion 2020, designers will show just how good sustainability can look.
Cost: Free. Location: Viewers can access content via Amazon Fire Stick, Roku and the online portal at BostonGreenFest.org. For more information, visit BostonGreenFest.org.