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Fergusons Downtown Announces Green Initiatives at Market in the Alley

Fergusons Downtown Announces Green Initiatives at Market in the Alley
Las Vegas’ premiere downtown market square Fergusons Downtown announces new green initiative and sustainability practices by repurposing donated flowers and allowing the spring sights to be displayed in front of the iconic Big Rig Jig art installation located in front of Fergusons. 

The announcement initiates a new chapter of growth for Fergusons as Downtown Project’s Tony Hsieh has focused on expanding Fergusons’ sustainable living efforts. “We’re proud to be able to recycle these flowers’ lifespan of beauty and make the Downtown Las Vegas area more walkable and green,” said Fergusons spokesperson Jen Taler. “The flowers will bring joy to guests at our “Market In the Alley” before eventually continuing their path of sustainability where they’ll be repurposed into soil, aiding in more flowers to grow from!”

At Fergusons Downtown “Market In The Alley” Earth Day event, kids will have the opportunity to create their own ecosystems and observe various natural processes like photosynthesis, respirations and the water cycle. This activity begins every hour starting at 12 p.m. until 3 p.m.

Beginning at 12:15 p.m., join Jillian Minter as she leads various health and wellness initiatives including pilates, yoga, acro yoga and personal safety & fitness.

The Workshop Downtown will host curated popup workshops where attendees can partake in how-to’s and learning sessions by local makers and creators of various talents.

  • DIY Tea Blending with Kelsey Allan – 12 p.m.
  • Keeping Kids Healthy with Essential Oils – 1 p.m.
  • DIY Natural Beauty with Crystal Keath – 2 p.m.
  • How-to Create a Terrarium with Oasis Garden – 3 p.m.

For more information about Fergusons Downtown “Market In The Alley” or to register for a workshop, visit fergusonsdowntown.com.