The Washington Environmental Council will hold a Future Now Sustainability Expo June 24 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Washington Depot.

Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty will kick off the event with a keynote speech at 11 a.m.

Attendees will have an opportunity to speak with exhibitors who have demonstrated a commitment to saving the planet.

Offerings will include a lecture, the screening of a documentary film, attend an action-oriented workshop, music by flutist Allan Madahbee, Two Dollar Hat and drummer John Marshall, wellness workshops with Valley Spirit Cooperative, and wine cork collection to be recycled by County Wine and Spirits.

Children’s activities include story time, a mask-making workshop and a parade of endangered species.

Adult workshop and presentations for adults include “Wildlife and Connecticut’s Changing Landscape,” “Envisioning Washington as a Pollinator landscape,” “Passive House Design” and more.

Vendors and exhibitors include New Morning, Aruna Chocolates, Mike’s Beehives, Litchfield Hills Solar and Solar City, several Connecticut land trusts, CT-NOFA and dozens more.

Several electric and hybrid cars will be showcased, including a Tesla and BMW 13.

Registration is requested but not required.

For more information, visit www.FutureNowExpo.org.