Winter Park hosting electric car show, sustainability fair

The city of Winter Park will host its first-ever Sustainability Fair and EV Car Show this weekend.

The city’s Natural Resources & Sustainability Department will present its inaugural Sustainability Fair & EV Car Show on Saturday, September 24, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Central Park West Meadow, which is located at 150 W Morse Boulevard.

In addition to electric bicycles, motorcycles and over 30 electric vehicles on display, the event will feature free Kona Ice, as well as multiple sustainability vendors.

The event will also feature a display of the Super Air Nautique GS22E ski boat, the first full-electric, multi-sport towboat. The boat was awarded Boat of the Year 2021 by Boating Magazine.

For more information regarding the Sustainability Fair & EV Car Show, please contact the city’s sustainability department at 407-599-3450.

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