Each year Collingswood’s Green Festival brings together residents, businesses, vendors and volunteers alike to see how they can each make a difference in their community by working together to build a better environment. Through a variety of recycling opportunities, green-conscious vendors, and eco-friendly demonstrations, attendees learn what they can do daily to reduce waste. The festival began and has grown under the leadership of Commissioner Joan Leonard and this year's ornament celebrates the work of Leonard, green volunteers and all residents that are committed to living more sustainably.
Collingswood’s Green Festival is just one of the eco-initiatives that make the Borough one of the greenest places in the Delaware Valley. Programs in Collingswood that encourage sustainability include the town’s bike share program, composter and rain barrel program, community gardens, rain gardens, car sharing (via Zipcar) and recognition as a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation.
Bring that happiness into your home this holiday season with the 2018 Collingswood Holiday Ornament. Availability is limited so order yours today! Order forms found here. 2018 ornaments will be available for pick up upon notification at Dig This (717 Haddon Ave.).
Missed an ornament in the series? Select past designs are still available. Zane School, Collingswood Theatre, Collingswood Manor, Foster Warne, Collingswood Library, First Baptist Church, and Santa Comes to Town ornaments are available for purchase at Collingswood Borough Hall (678 Haddon Ave.) for just $10.