Go green this Halloween and help the Sara Marie School celebrate Green Halloween’s National Costume Swap Day. The countrywide celebration calls for Americans to go green this Halloween and recycle their old costumes. This is a great way for the community to get into Halloween spirit and be planet friendly at the same time!
From now until October 12, The Sara Marie School, located at 942 Route 146 in Clifton Park will be collecting gently used Halloween costumes. Participants will receive a voucher to be redeemed on October 13th from 9-12 at the school for a “new” costume.
The goal of National Costume Swap day is to help create a more eco-friendly Halloween and make less waste for the planet. The more children that donate costumes, the fewer costumes being put in the trash and sent to landfill waste dumps.
The Sara Marie School prides itself in being an eco-friendly school with strong community involvement. “Efforts like Green Halloween are a great way for parents and children to have some fun and do something positive for the environment”, says Director, Michelle Emirzian.
Will you be participating in National Costume Swap Day this year?