Ipswich Goes Green Day July 12 – including FUN Mini Golf Design Contest

 If a search for info on Ipswich Goes Green has brought you here, go to the front page  on this weblog for the best info on attending the Ipswich Goes Green event…

 

Ipswich Goes Green Mini Golf Hole Design Contest

Ipswich Goes Green Mini Golf Hole Design Contest... Illustration by designer Barbara DiLorenzo, wavepaint.com ~ fun and inspiring!

 

 

This from Ipswich Goes Green event organizer, Jason Wertz:

Please check out this link http://www.wavepaint.com/igg/
 
We are holding a design contest for artists, architects, tinkerers and teams with a lot of energy – to create a green miniature golf course for the public to use and enjoy. This will be a part of the Ipswich Goes Green Festival, to be held on July 12th, 2009 (rain or shine). This event is free to the public. We are holding a design contest for artists, architects, tinkerers and teams with a lot of energy – to create a green miniature golf course for the public to use and enjoy. This will be a part of the Ipswich Goes Green Festival, to be held on July 12th, 2009 (rain or shine). This event is free to the public.
 
GRAND PRIZE: Sure it’s all for fun and awareness building but check out the grand prize~ A 2010 CSA share at  Appleton Farms ~ not too shabby!
   
I’ve spoken with Mini Golf Organizer Barbara Lawrence and she is still accepting entries to this artistic expression/awareness building event. Setup for the mini-golf holes will take place on site the morning of the event. So, artsy folk and green beings alike, consider participating in this fun activity. From the flyer of info,
“If you are a local business that has a team of builders, you can use your logo in the design of the hole. Please make sure that the environmental message is not overpowered by a marketing one. We want to celebrate our local businesses, but do not want this art installation to appear too commercial.
All the details are on the flyer – click here.
 
Along with my son, a member of the Ipswich Varsity Golf Team, I’ll be creating a mini golf hole, inspired by the history of Ipswich during this its 375th anniversary year. I’m also planning a Time Well Spent table with some hands-on repurposing projects…
   
Contact Barbara with questions by emailing Barbara@wavepaint.com .
  
Check out her website front page for a look at Ipswichopoly!
  
Learn more about Ipswich 375 by clicking here for the dedicated website including a calendar of events.
  
Contact Jason with Ipswich Goes Green event questions by emailing  jwertz@gmail.com .
   
Cradles to Crayons, a service organization near and dear to my heart,  will be there, too! Hope to see many of the new “green” friends I’ve made this past year.
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