Through their mutual passion for the preservation of our natural resources and environment, Lancaster County’s first Water Week was conceived along the banks of the Conestoga River in Lancaster County by friends Fritz Schroeder, director of urban greening with the Conservancy, and Nimblist’s co-founder Spike Brant. They set out a campaign to strengthen the sense of stewardship and celebrate the waterways of Lancaster County by educating and inspiring public action.
The eight day celebration which ran from June 3-10, was filled with free family events throughout the county. Events included a green infrastructure bike tour, informational paddle tour, river clean-up, public arts display, riparian buffer tree planting, a film series and panel discussion and a branded Water Week beer.
Our passionate team at Nimblist worked hard on the promotional planning of the event which included flyers, posters, coverage on local TV networks, media releases, website portals, social media campaigns and sponsorship opportunities. One of the main highlights of Water Week was a laser projection displayed onto a public building in downtown Lancaster which consisted of fun images and informational facts relating to water conservation.
Nimblist was proud to partner with the Lancaster Conservancy and talented teams at Tait Towers, Atomic and Stray Lighting for this successful event.
Lancaster Conservancy, Tait, Atomic & Stray Lighting
Lighting Design, Graphics Design, Project Management & Event Brand Development