Water Festival Showcases the Role of Water in our Lives
Free Event to feature 35 booths to engage visitors
Contact: Josh Moniz
915-594-5510 (office), 915-319-3284 (cell) e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: May 8, 2017
EL PASO – El Paso Water invites families to the 18th annual Water Festival, a free event featuring interactive educational activities that are fun for all but especially geared to school-aged children. The celebration coincides with Drinking Water Week, an observance sponsored each year by the American Water Works Association for communities to recognize the essential role that drinking water plays in our daily lives. The Festival will promote awareness and protection of our water resources in the Chihuahuan Desert, and visitors will gain a new appreciation for water quality, conservation and stormwater management.
Thanks to several partnering organizations and various water experts, 42 booths will be available for visitors to engage with experiments, interactive displays and competitive games. Water harvesting demonstrations, presentations about native bees, and Rio Grande flow displays are just a few of the planned exhibits.
||TecH2O Water Festival
||Saturday, May 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
||TecH2O Learning Center at 10751 Montana Ave.
For more information call (915) 621-2000.
With oversight by the Public Service Board, El Paso Water provides water, wastewater, reclamation and stormwater management services. The utility serves approximately 800,000 people in the El Paso region. El Paso Water is recognized as a national leader for its innovative water supply strategy that includes water reuse, inland desalination and conservation.