EVENT SPOTLIGHT: ECO FEST 2022 scheduled for November 19 at Sand Point Park in Titusville

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The free event aims to engage the community and anyone interested in conservation

ECO FEST 2022 will take place at Sand Point Park in Titusville from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The purpose of this free event is to engage the community and anyone interested in conservation. ECO FEST will feature live music, great food and more. Proceeds raised will benefit the Environmental Education Awareness Research Support of Services EEARSS.org, which was founded by Frank “Alligator Robb” Robb and is a 501c3.

Among those who will be recognized for their environmental and community support are Titusville Mayor Dan Diesel, Brevard County Commissioner Rita Pritchett, Steve Wilson of the Friday Night Locker Room/Space Coast Daily and Mike Knight of the Environmentally Endangered Lands program. .

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FL – ECO FEST 2022 will be held at Sand Point Park in Titusville from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The purpose of this free event is to engage the community and anyone interested in conservation. ECO FEST will feature live music, great food and more.

Proceeds raised will benefit the Environmental Education Awareness Research Support of Services EEARSS.org, which was founded by Frank “Alligator Robb” Robb and is a 501c3.

ECO FEST will offer activities for children, as well as raffles and some very special gifts. A participant will leave with a shark fishing trip in Port Canaveral, a nice guitar donated by Gold Tone Music Group in Titusville, and a morning or evening research trip with Alligator Robb.

Proceeds raised throughout the day will benefit the Environmental Education Awareness Research Support of Services (EEARSS.ORG), which was founded by Frank “Alligator Robb” Robb and is a 501c3.

Among those who will be recognized for their environmental and community support are Titusville Mayor Dan Diesel, Brevard County Commissioner Rita Pritchett, Steve Wilson of the Friday Night Locker Room/Space Coast Daily and Mike Knight of the Environmentally Endangered Lands program. .

Several organizations and non-profit organizations will have tents and tables set up in the park. There will also be plenty of food trucks and music all day.

For more information, visit EEARSS.ORG.

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