Event Details:
Friday, September 27: 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday, September 28: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday, September 29: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Friday and Sunday: $10 each
Saturday: $12
Weekend pass: $25
Pay at the gate or register online before September 24 and save $1 off each day’s admission.  That is, register for 1 day and save a dollar, register for 2 days and save $2 dollars, or register for the whole weekend and save $3.  Get your friends to sign up and have you have more fun and all save even more!
Peter Pfeiffer 2011 - sitting high res B&WPeter Pfeiffer of Barley & Pfeiffer Architects Speaks Sunday September 29th at 1pm:
Presents the Primary Steps Towards Living Off the Grid:
The green building movement has devolved into a checklist approach to integrating green building products into our buildings.  What we really need is a sensible and integrated approach to building design and construction as a primary step to building a ‘zero energy’ or ‘off the grid’ home. The complexity of how various design decisions and building components interact with each other to affect human health and comfort; building durability and maintenance; conservation of natural resources; waste management; water conservation; and energy efficiency will be addressed in an enlightening format that is timely, relevant, and inspiring!
Peter Pfeiffer is an Architect and Building Scientist who was named a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 2004 for his life-long achievements in developing practical high-performance green building strategies.  He is a principal of the Austin, Texas based Barley & Pfeiffer Architects.  Because of their leadership in advancing green building, their work has been published in such diverse venues as the Washington Post and  Better Homes and Gardens and has been featured on NPR radio, The Discovery Channel, This Old House, and the HGTV network.   In 2006, Residential Architect cited him as one of the 10 most influential architects of past decade.
Peter Pfeiffer, Principal Architect
Event Background:
This community and family oriented Green Living Fair has grown to be the largest “green show” in the South. It occurs at the end of September in historic Fredericksburg, Texas. You can see the latest in eco-friendly technologies. Learn how to save and create your own energy. Attend informative talks by the experts. See the schedule. Visit with our vendors to see contemporary green living and sustainability practices. Purchase or order products and services. See the next generation in personal transportation.
It’s fun, environmentally friendly, and a great place to learn how you can make a difference!
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