Village Lyceum “Earthday Climate Change Expo” Planning Meeting, Wednesday, March 16
The public is invited to attend an Earthday Climate Change Expo planning meeting to be held on Wednesday, March 16 at 7:00 pm in the Davis Memorial, 3 West Street, in back of the Unitarian Church in Petersham. The Earthday Climate Change Expo is part of the International Leap Year 2016 campaign to “reinvent a different future” by examining the short and long term impacts of climate change and ways to create a renewable energy-based society. The day-long event, planned for Sunday, April 24 will offer activities for the whole family, including Jack Borden’s “For Spacious Skies” sky-watcher indoor and outdoor workshop. Speakers, musical performances, drumming circles, on-site poetry, music and poster making, panel discussions and films will be featured.
The Village Lyceum Earthday Climate Change Conference is sponsored by the Petersham, Athol, Barre and Orange Cultural Councils, Coop Power, For Spacious Skies, Follow the Honey, James McCrohon’s Garden Designs, Greenworks, Many Hands Organic Farm in Barre, Pollinators Welcome, Salvadore Auto, Solar City and the University of the Wild at Earthlands. The Village Lyceum also welcomes other renewable energy and renewable energy sponsors as well as clubs, organizations and businesses committed to an environmentally sustainable future. The conference will be free and open to the public. For further information, please contact Genevieve Fraser at 978-544-1872 or email:FraserGenevieve@gmail.com
PHOTO CAPTION: Jack Borden's "For Spacious Skies" Sky-watcher activities will open the Earthday Climate Change Expo planned for April 24 at the Village Lyceum in Petersham. A planning meeting scheduled for 7 pm Wednesday, March 16 at the Davis Center in Petersham is open to the public.