Green Living Festival Passport
Pick up a Passport at a Festival Welcome Table. Receive a stamp at THREE of the FIVE Green Living Festival events to be eligible to win prizes including memberships to the host organizations and items donated by our exhibitors!



This event takes place Saturday, August 13, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Saint Louis Art Museum (One Fine Arts Drive, St. Louis, MO 63110).

Entrance to the Green Living Festival is included with regular entry to the Saint Louis Art Museum where general admission is FREE.
Directions and parking
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Guided Walking Tours (Sponsored by Spire)

Tours will begin to the west of the Information Center in the Sculpture Hall. Look for the sign.
Tours are approximately 45 minutes.

11 a.m. and 1 p.m.   artDrop-in Collection Tours
Join a Saint Louis Art Museum docent for a lively and engaging tour of the Museum’s collection, featuring the theme Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. There are two tours available during each time slot (20-person max).
Drop-in, first come, first served. No pre-registration requested.
3 p.m.   native plantsTour of Art Hill Gardens
Roman Fox, Forest Park Forever Horticulturist
Join Roman as he discusses the flower beds on each side of the Apotheosis of Saint Louis statue at the top of Art Hill, and the plants curated in them.


Workshops (Sponsored by Spire)

Located in the Education Center.
Workshops are approximately 30 minutes.

Noon   art Ecocriticism and Art History
Amy Torbert, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Assistant Curator of American Art
Join Amy Torbert as she explores a selection of works of art in the Saint Louis Art Museum collection using the principles of “ecocriticism,” which is a field study that emphasizes issues of environmental inter-connectedness, sustainability, and justice. Investigating these important considerations in historical works of art will reveal their hidden meanings and suggest their continued relevance today.
2 p.m.   calculator and moneyEnergy Efficiency for Your Home – Simple Fixes to Save You Money and Ways We Can Help
Paul Englert, Weatherization Specialist, Spire
Be more energy efficient by changing everyday things you might not know are costing you money. Weatherization kits and other prizes will be raffled to lucky attendees during this interactive session!


Family-Friendly Activities

Location: Sculpture Hall

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.   Adult and child“Inspired by Nature” Scavenger Hunt and Painting Nature Take-and-Make Art Activity Kits
Explore the galleries with a nature-themed scavenger hunt and take home a Painting Nature take-and-make art activity kit, available while supplies last.

Location: Across the street from the Art Museum’s main entrance, Fine Arts Drive

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.   benchBags 2 Bench
Check out a traveling bench made of recycled materials. The bench, produced by Ranken Technical Institute and made of Trex® materials, serves as a visual reminder that responsible recycling of plastic bags and wraps—the number one contaminant in the single-stream recycling process—matters. The first 300 guests will receive a colorful reusable bag.


Exhibitors and Vendors

Exhibitors will be located in the Sculpture Hall.

  • Ameren Missouri: Energy efficiency programs
  • American Lung Association in Missouri: Asthma education programs and assessments for lung health
  • Bellefontaine Cemetery and Arboretum: green burial and flameless cremation
  • Great Rivers Greenway: Connecting the region with greenways
  • Missouri Department of Conservation: Wildlife, nature education, community/landowner assistance
  • Spire: Energy saving rebates
  • Saint Louis City Recycles and St. Louis-Jefferson Solid Waste Management District: Education, outreach, and regional recycling programs
  • StraightUp Solar: Solar energy design and installation
  • U.S. Green Building Council: Missouri Gateway Chapter: Green building education and outreach

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