Here’s some videos from presenters and performers at the Benzie County Water Festival, along with some of the beautiful water they’ll be talking about! Do you have others to add? Add them in the comments or click that Facebook link to share them there!
The First Annual Benzie County Water Festival is a community water celebration that takes place on Saturday, March 19th 2011 in Frankfort. This will be a unique event designed to engage folks in the stewardship of the Great Lakes, the global freshwater crisis and the cultivation of a vibrant and sustainable local culture. A family-oriented, community-centered program will feature Michigan musicians, speeches from water luminaries, interactive multimedia projects and presentations, artisan foods and beverages, workshops, visual art, theater and dance, children’s activities, an ice fishing contest, as well as connections to campaigns and projects protecting our water locally and/or addressing global water challenges.
The Benzie County Water Festival is co-sponsored by the Benzie Conservation District and Absolute Michigan. For more information, check out the Benzie Water Festival Facebook and contact Sarah Louisignau by calling 231-871-1075 or by e-mail.
The first Michigan Water Festival was held on the Straits in Mackinaw City in August of 2006 and attracted 500 people from all over the state. The Water Festival moves around Michigan every year, bringing the message of the vitality of Michigan’s water all around the state,. Learn more at water-festival.org and in the video below!