The Rooftop Hop Is Sept. 30

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

green|spaces will host the Rooftop Hop on Saturday, Sept. 30, from 6-11 p.m.

Each of the five rooftops will have a sustainability related theme and interactive activities for guests to check out while sampling food and drinks. 

The rooftops include: 

Green Living by Grace Frank at the RootsRated Rooftop - featuring build your own terrarium

Innovation with EPB Fiber Optics at The Edney Rooftop  - featuring the football lounge

Historic Preservation & Green Building with River Street Architecture at The Mayfield Annex Rooftop - featuring "Build a Green Building" lego addition for two Wine Over Water tickets

Solar with Tennessee Solar Solutions at the CARTA Rooftop - featuring energy efficiency, composting and green transportation

Water Conservation & Reduce/Reuse with Ark Labs at the CitiPark Rooftop - featuring corn hole contest and make your own lip gloss

Tickets are $60 for green|space members and $75 for all others.  Only 300 tickets will be sold.  For more information click here



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