The Environmental Art and Music Festival brings artists, craftsmen, wildlife lovers, great food and live music together Sept. 26-28. All events are free and focus on celebrating sustainability and our vast natural resources. Partners USC-Union, Carnegie Library, the Union County Museum, the Union County Arts Council, Piedmont Physic Garden (PPG), Union County Tourism and more will host special activities on Sept. 27-28, and a Vendor Village will be open both days from 10 am - until with artisans, crafters, demos, food and, at the end of each day, live music. All activities are centered within walking distance in downtown Union for easy access and fun. Stroll the Main Street Art Stroll to view special window displays, sip wine and view the sculpture exhibit at PPG, visit the art exhibit at USC-Union, check out special displays at the Museum, visit the Vendor Village in Patrons Park, engage in special children's activities at the Carnegie Library. Live music from bluegrass favorites Tri County Express begins at 5 pm on Friday, followed by 80s and 90s rock from Dazed Renegade. Saturday night's music starts at 7 pm and comes from Nashville songwriter/performer Robert Arthur, and popular Union band Quest. All the activities are free and family friendly. For more information, visit www.piedmontphysicgarden.org/union-eamf.