Earth Hour Could Be Everyday. Make that Should Be Every Day

solar.jpgWe’re all well aware of rising energy costs so it’s timely to learn about new and important changes we can make both big and small. Here are three ideas:

Two: Attend a free seminar on Geothermal (Ground Source Heat Pumps) put on by B&R Thermal.  Friday May 2nd in Creemore from 6 pm to 9 pm at the Station on the Green, 10 Caroline Street or, Friday, May 9th in Collingwood at Jean Vanier High School on Collins Street from 6 pm to 9 pm.

Three: Attend a free workshop on Solar Power for Your Home put on by Solera Energies on April 22nd at the Leisure Time Club on Minnesota Street from 7 pm to 9 pm.

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This entry was posted by Marg on Sunday, April 20th, 2008 at 7:20 am and is filed under About Town, Green Living, Local businesses, Local News and Current Events. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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  1. Chris McCormick says:

    Funny you should bring up this topic. Just this weekend, I was thinking how much I missed the green tips every day leading up to earth hour in the Toronto-Star online newspaper to which I suscribe. Now there’s a ‘green’ tip – save the trees and subscribe to your newspaper online!!

    Alas, I digress – what I wanted to say on this green topic is that I have to applaud the Thornbury Foodland Grocery Store this weekend. I was there shopping over the weekend and not only did they have a fab sale on, but they have the friendliest staff (yup, even the young ones) who actually seem to appreciate my business. In addition to that, for each $25.00 I spent, I received a reusable grocery bag! That’s right – they weren’t charging for a bag, or giving me my groceries in the free but mildly- amusing-to-the-neighbours-when-all-of-your-groceries-fall-out-in-the-driveway, poor-quality bags of their local counterparts, but they were GIVING me reuseable ones for free! While smiling! If that isn’t putting your money where your mouth is, where the environment is concerned, I don’t know what is!

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