e4 Life: Green Health & Wellness Expo

An opportunity for the community to learn more about healthy living, sustainable initiatives, and environmental conservation!

July 8th, 2017 10am - 4pm

In partnership with the West Palm Beach Mayor's Office of Sustainability, this expo features fun and educational activities for the entire family – all promoting a healthy lifestyle through vendor exhibits, demonstrations, give-a-ways, tastings and much more. City of West Palm Beach residents receive a 50% discount on admission!

Activities include healthy food vendors, themed crafts, gardening workshops, energy efficiency, transportation, environmentally preferable purchasing and other sustainable/conservation subjects. Water Ventures will be on-site with their interactive mobile lab!


FREE Planetarium Shows during the event! 

"Life of Trees" @ 12pm, 2pm & 4pm

"The Earth and Me" @ 11am, 1pm, 3pm & 5pm





The Science Center and WPB Mayor's Office of Sustainability are proud to welcome the following interactive vendors and community partners:

Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County, Water Ventures, Sea to Shore Alliance, FPL, SkyBike West Palm Beach, The Palm Beach Post, Scentsational Health with Essential Oils and more!

Ticket price is included with general paid admission to the Science Center and free for Science Center members. City of West Palm Beach residents receive a 50% discount on admission (must have ID).

For more information, call (561) 832-1988. A vendor application can be found here. If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please click here


**New this year**

We are thrilled to welcome Water Ventures to the e4 Life Expo! 

WaterVentures, a mobile science lab housed inside a redesigned 53-foot semi-trailer, will be stopping off at the Green Expo to educate and empower local residents to make environmentally conscious decisions and become responsible stewards of Florida’s freshwater resources. WaterVentures features museum-quality experiential learning activities and exhibits that offer a hands-on look at Florida’s diverse watersheds, water conservation, and recycling efforts. These programs, facilitated by onsite educators, are provided to the public free of charge.




Come explore with us on July 8th!