April 19, 2012 (Newswire.com) - The B Hive Salon hosted their first annual children's Earth Week event last Monday. Children from the community participated in a recycled art project on the Eco Art Bus taking recycled Organic Color Systems hair color bottles and turning them into "bees" for the recycled beehive display. They also painted brown paper bags for a display at Whole Foods in Paramus, New Jersey. The bags will be displayed at Bergen Town Center and given out to patrons of the store on Earth Day.
"We are proud to be affliated with a caring salon such as the B-Hive" Said Troy Raszka, Marketing Director for Organic Salon Systems, "Not only is Angela and her team impassioned about the the organic hair products and practices that they use in their salon, but they also care about educating and enriching their community by supporting green efforts such as the Eco Art Bus!"
The event also had local beekeepers from Herbertsville Honey. The children were able to see some of the tools used in keeping bees and collecting honey. They also were able to see live bees in a self-contained observation hive. The day ended with a visit from the Hillsdale Girl Scouts and everyone enjoyed honey treats, beehive cupcakes with organic milk and juices donated by Whole Foods.
About The B-Hive Salon:
The B Hive Salon is Bergen County's first organic, eco friendly and clean air salon using no sulfates, parabens or ammonia. All of their products are infused with organic ingredients and are never tested on animals. Consumers interested in healthy, innovative, organic hair care products and color performed by Certified Organic Colorists can call The B Hive Salon at 201-470-HIVE to make an appointment. Salon professionals can inquire as well for info on certifications and employment opportunities.