Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Upcoming events

Sorry for the short notice on some of these:

Wed, November 14th @ 6:30 PM
Alchemy Cafe in Hartford
Sierra Club CLEAN ENERGY House Parties across the nation
In an effort to push the Federal energy bill across the finish line the Sierra Club is organizing two national call-in days to Congress--November 9 and 15. They are asking us to host house parties the night before one of the call-in days, on either November 8 or 14. Ask ten friends and neighbors to drop by, watch the "Kilowatt Ours" DVD and make cell-phone calls asking other friends and neighbors to commit to contacting their elected representatives the next day. You'll be provided with the free DVD Kilowatt Ours \ when you sign up to help.
http://www.partylaunch.com/flip/index.cfm
Sat, November 17th @ 7PM
Unitarian Society of Hartford 50 Bloomfield Avenue, Hartford (1/10 mile north from intersection of Rts. 44 & 189)
People's Action for Clean Energy Annual Meeting
"Solutions to an Inconvenient Truth II"
Come meet solar energy installers and environmental exhibitors, and listen to a presentation "Heading Toward Zero Energy Buildings" by renowned solar builder Steven Strong.
Admission is free to the public. Donations are welcome.
Pizza and exhibits between 5 and 7PM, Event 7PM
(860) 693-4813 or www.pace-cleanenergy.org
Sat, November 17th 10AM-4PM
Cornwall Consolidated School Rt 128 and Cream Hill Road
Cornwall Energy Fair
Come for a panel discussion, vendors and exhibitors, an auto show and film festival
Panel Discussion (10:30am-Noon):
Global and Connecticut Warming -Roger Smith, Connecticut Climate Coalition
Home Energy Efficiency -Rebecca Meye Rep., NE Utilities
Green Sustainable Building - Jon Harkness, EBM Services
House Tour (1-4 pm):
Solar and Geothermal Solutions
Kids Program (10:30am-Noon):
Calculate your Ecological Footprint
Film Fest (1-4 pm):
Inconvenient Truth- Al Gore
Al Gore Interview with Charlie Rose
Too Hot Not to Handle-interviews with scientist/innovators
The Warming of Connecticut- Jennifer Boyd

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