Cool Home Workshop at Davis Library
Cool Davis invites Davis households to drop-in to a Cool Home Workshop in the Blanchard room, Mary L. Stephens Library on Saturday February 9th 2013 from 10:30am to 1:00pm.
The event will feature fresh quality food, healthy play for the kids, and cool home prizes — the second Saturday in February!
Bike, walk, or ride to the library in Davis to learn home energy savings and assessment skills and help Cool Davis understand your resource wise accomplishments and needs through quick surveys and detailed checklists. Come get involved and get excited about lowering your home energy use!
Current Cool California Challenge participants can bring their login information to receive assistance logging data for the challenge, and new participants are welcome to join at this event!
Come with your odometer readings and paper or flash drive PG&E energy bills in hand (as far back as April 2012 to the present). Bring digital photos of odometer readings, efficient or natural lighting in your home, and you–on your bike, taking the bus or train, or walking for transportation.
Davis is currently ranked first in the race to become the Coolest City in California but Tracy, San Jose, and Chula Vista are not far behind! The competition has been extended to April 30, so it’s not too late to join or log points!● Learn about home energy assessments using library watt meters and PG&E online resources (bring login info!)
● Join and log points for the Cool California Challenge
● Play at our sustainable washing station
● Win awesome prizes like LED lightbulbs and clothes drying racks
● Enjoy locally prepared food and fun with your neighbors at this zero waste event
Cool Davis is a coalition of citizens, the City of Davis, and community organizations working to empower our community to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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