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The Green Man
Annual Festival in Greenbelt
  Project Homepagehttp://www.greenbeltgreenmanfestival.org
  Project Coordinator — Richard McMullin



The Green Man Festival in Greenbelt started in May of 2005. It has been held on Mother's Day Weekend for the last seven years.

The Green Man came to life in many cultures from the shadowy, forested world of early man. He made his way through the ages in folklore, songs, stone carvings in cathedrals and art in humble cottages. The Green Man is known to many as the Spirit of the Natural World, but takes on many different roles. Today, he is the unofficial voice for the environment.

This festival brings the Green Man into the present where he returns to remind us that while concern for our environment is important, it's only a beginning until followed with personal action. Visitors have a chance to speak with others with shared values, contribute some ideas, listen to the music, and learn what others are doing to help locally restore the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and globally, our Mother Earth.



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October 26, 2014 in News

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