When: Thu, Jul 14, 2011 6:00 PM – 7:03 PM
Where: UVA Community Credit Union (Berkmar Branch)
Hot and humid weather is a fact of life here in Central Virginia during the summer. The question is whether you get relief from the heat when you walk inside your front door – and what price you pay in energy use and utility bills to stay cool. Join us for this workshop to get tips – from easy DIY ideas to more comprehensive options – on how to beat the heat and high cooling costs this summer.
This event is co-sponsored by UVA Community Credit Union, Blue Ridge Home Builders Association, and the Local Energy Alliance Program (LEAP)
When: Wed, Jul 20, 2011 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Where: ecoREMOD: The Energy House (608 Ridge St.)
Space is limited. Please rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be giving away a rain barrel as a door prize!
Download the event flyer here
Drought and our water supply are hot-button issues in the Charlottesville region, but what does that mean for your house, lawn or garden? Find out how you can use less water (and save energy and money) in your bathrooms and kitchens and with your plants, flowers and gutters – also get the inside scoop on rebates, incentives, and the most innovative products.
- Jenny Patterson, City of Charlottesville Department of Public Works
- Sarah Lawson, Rainwater Management Solutions
- Norm Carlson, Snow’s Garden and Landscape Center
- Sally Bissett, Noland Company