Karl Chevrolet is proud to support the New Canaan Nature Center’s Earth Day 2014 Celebration. You are invited to participate by attending any or all of the following events taking place during the next couple of weeks……
In particular, on Earth Day, Tuesday, April 22nd at 7:00pm, Leo Karl III will be participating in a panel discussion titled “Is Solar Right for Me?”. The discussion will take place in the Sturgess Room of the New Canaan Nature Center’s visitor center.
Karl Chevrolet was the first business in New Canaan, and the first auto dealership in Connecticut, to install solar panels and begin producing electricity locally from the sun. You can view the dealership’s SOLAR ELECTICITY PRODUCTION online at any time, showing live production statistics along with lifetime electricity production.
Also, be sure to check out the organizations and companies that Karl Chevrolet supports in our effort to be as environmentally conscious as possible, including Live Green Connecticut!, Green Towns, Encon Solar, Connecticut Green Scene, Earth Garage, the Westport Electric Car Club, Energize Connecticut and more!
Earth Day Who Cares? We All Do
OH, THE THINGS YOU CAN MAKE WITH RECYCLED MATERIALS! · WORKSHOP
Tuesday, April 15 · 1:30 – 2:30 P.M. · Children’s Program Room, New Canaan Library
An Earth Day Craft Program Presented by Cheryl Hughey for children in Grades 1 to 3.
MAKE YOUR OWN RECYCLED FABRIC TOTE BAGS · WORKSHOP
Saturday, April 19 · 10:00 A.M. · Lamb Room, New Canaan Library An Earth Day Workshop with Adam Ellyson.
Come sew your own tote bag during this workshop celebrating Earth Day. Bring in an old article of clothing that you want to transform into your own unique tote for the supermarket or beach. Or stop by and piece together scrap fabrics with the use of a sewing machine. Sewing patterns and instruction provided. Come ready to create and have fun!
TOWN OF NEW CANAAN EARTH DAY PROCLAMATION · GUEST APPEARANCE
by First Selectman Rob Mallozzi
Tuesday, April 22 · Noon · Visitor’s Center, New Canaan Nature Center
CELEBRATE THE MONARCH: FREE SEED GIVE-A-WAY · TABLES IN TOWN
Tuesday, April 22 · In the Village of New Canaan Sponsored by the New Canaan Nature Center
GREEN GOODS – RECYCLED, RE-PURPOSED, SUSTAINABLE · EXHIBIT
Tuesday, April 22 – Saturday, April 26 · Visitor’s Center, New Canaan Nature Center
This Garden Club exhibit illustrates creative ways to re-use our trash and encourages all of us, as consumers, to buy ‘green goods’. See the exhibit.
EARTH DAY STORY TIME · WORKSHOP
Tuesday, April 22 · 1:30 – 2:15 P.M. · Children’s Program Room, New Canaan Library
A program for preschoolers & their parents, there will be stories, a film and a planting project.
CELEBRATION OF THE MONARCH BUTTERFLY AT THE YMCA · EXHIBIT
Tuesday, April 22 – Friday, May 2 · New Canaan YMCA
Celebrate the beauty of the Monarch butterfly through colorful projects made by some of the Y’s very own program participants. The projects will be displayed throughout the lobby All are welcome to stop by and see what these talented kids have created. Stop by the front desk to let us know you came to take a peak.
IS SOLAR RIGHT FOR ME? AND IF NOT, WHAT IS? · PANEL
Tuesday, April 22 · 7:00 P.M. · Sturgess Room, Visitor’s Center, New Canaan Nature Center Energy panel with Mark Robbins (Real Estate & Energy Consultant/Clean Energy Finance & Investment Authority-C-PACE Consulting Partner), Leo Karl (President, KARL Chevrolet), and Heather Lauver (President, HealthSpec, Health and Environmental Advisory firm)
THE FUTURE OF PLANET EARTH · LECTURE
Wednesday, April 23 · 7:00 P.M. · Lamb Room, New Canaan Library
A Lecture by G. Warfield “Skip” Hobbs
New Canaan Library invites the community to honor our planet by attending a special lecture by G. Warfield “Skip” Hobbs, geologist and conservationist. Mr. Hobbs will deliver his lecture, The Future of Planet Earth, in which he will discuss climate change and sustainability.
THE HEALTHY HOME: LIVING GREENER AND MORE SAFELY AT HOME · LECTURE
Friday, April 25 · 9:15 A.M. · Sturgess Room, Visitor’s Center, New Canaan Nature Center
Talk by Heather Lauver President, MPH Yale, HealthSpec, Health and Environmental Advisory Firm
This talk takes a closer look at home pollutants and green home retrofitting, provides practical tips for cleaning and greening the home, and information on getting cost savings from energy audits and alternative energy installations. Heather Lauver holds a Master’s in Public Health from Yale and is President of HealthSpec, an environmental advisory firm.
GUIDED WALK THROUGH THE NANCY WATSON-SYMINGTON WOODLANDS · HIKE
Saturday, April 26 · 10:00 A.M. · Wellesly Drive, New Canaan
Walk chaperoned by Land Trust President Chris Schipper and Board Member Naturalist Penny Ross
Come by to attend the tree planting and learn more about this 10.5 acres woodlands with beautiful views of the Grupes Reservoir and a large glacial erratic.
CLEAN YOUR MILE · ACTIVITY
Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27
Organizers: The Town of New Canaan, Departments of Inland Wetlands and Watercourses, Parks, Highway and Public Works, Chamber of Commerce, TD Bank, Rotary Club of New Canaan
Join over 250 individual volunteers and clean up your neighborhood. Or join a community group and help give New Canaan its spring cleaning. Contact Kristine Ready, Administrative Assistant DPW, call 203-594-3090.
SPRING CELEBRATION NIGHT · HIKE
Saturday, April 26 · 6:30 – 8:00 P.M. · New Canaan Nature Center
Hosted by the New Canaan Nature Center
Come explore the magic of spring with a Night Hike as we wrap up Earth Week!
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