‘Greenerborough’ to celebrate all things green in Peterborough
The green expo that has grown into a home show, tech fair, farmers market mash-up will take place on Grove Street and inside the Peterborough Town House and Monadnock Center for History and Culture on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Anytime he can meet the public at an event like this is great for his company, he said. “People generally have a lot more questions than they know they have and its great to have the opportunity to meet them face to face.”
For the past several years the Peterborough Grange No. 45 has been a co-sponsor of the event and in a show of support the state grange master will attend this year to meet and greet the public, Burnett said.
The indoor vendors at the Town House and Monadnock Historical and Cultural Center mostly represent green industries from alternative energy companies, window and blind companies to local funeral homes offering green burial options.
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