Apeiron’s Sustainable Living Festival, June 7 & 8



Apeiron’s Sustainable Living Festival, June 7 & 8

On June 7th and 8th, the Apeiron Institute for Sustainable Living (apeiron.org) is holding its annual Rhode Island Sustainable Living Festival & Clean Energy Expo. And the Providence Bicycle Coalition is helping Apeiron to offer a way to get to the event via sustainable, muscle-powered transportation!

For both days of the festival, a “bike train” will travel the East Coast Greenway route from downtown Providence to the event site in Coventry, about 22 miles away. All registrants coming to the fest on the bike train will get free admission and goodies. Plus, the first 50 registrants will receive a free t-shirt designed exclusively for the bike train cyclists!

This annual event features great music, fun and informational workshops, and many vendors and cool displays related to sustainable living.

For more information on the festival, go here:


For more information on the “bike train” from Providence to the festival via Cranston, Warwick, West Warwick, and Coventry, including instructions on how to register, go here:



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  • Jun 4, 2008 at 5:32 am

    On June 7 and 8, groups of cyclists and guides will leave from the Providence Train Station to ride to Apeiron Institute along the Washington Secondary Bike path… to increase awareness of the importance of bicycle use. When they arrive they will be admitted automatically.

    The train will pause at public parking lots on the route but riders can hop on board the train at any location along the way.

    Pick up Locations: Providence RR station, 8:30 am

    Gibbs College, Cranston off Route 10, 9:00 am

    W Natick Ave (under I-295 overpass), 9:30 am

    Hay St, W Warwick ("the caboose"), 9:45 am

    Station St, Coventry, 10:00 am

    Arrive Apeiron Festival, 10:30 am

    A bike kiosk and other security options for bicycles will be available. The festival will feature live music, workshops, green vendors, kids activities, and more. There will be camping available to those who want to camp over at the festival.