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Go Green @ Your Library®

Memorial Hall Library invites you to go green this October with weekly programs, a Greener Living Fair, and recycling projects. Weekly door prizes will be provided by Whole Foods Market. Also be sure to check out The Green Scene, a collection of all kinds of information about green living and environmental protection.

weekly programs

John F. PaulGreen Transportation

Tuesday, October 7, 7:00 pm

Find out how to go "green" with your transportation choices and be part of the local climate change solution, with featured speaker John F. Paul, AAA's Car Doctor. Learn about hybrid and alternative fueled cars and greener transportation options.

Tina WoolstonClimate Change in New England

Tuesday, October 14, 7:00 pm

Join in a discussion of the causes of climate change and its effects on the treasures of the Northeast—including skiing, snowmobiling, landscapes, and maple trees. Led by Tina Woolston, Project Manager for Sustainability at Earthwatch Institute.

Dan RubenHow to Live a Greener Lifestyle with Dan Ruben

Tuesday, October 21, 7:00 pm

Dan Ruben, Executive Director of Boston Green Tourism, will share actions for consumers to lead greener lives including options for greener transportation, households, and the reduction of energy and water consumption.

Gary HirshbergStirring It Up with Gary Hirshberg

Tuesday, October 28, 7:00 pm

The CEO of Stonyfield Farm will speak about how consumers and businesses can be forces for positive and tangible environmental change. Please join us for a talk and book signing. Stirring It Up will be available for purchase. Ticket required for admission (free tickets available at the library starting October 1, and remaining tickets will be available at the door).


Go Green @ Your Library® events are sponsored by the Friends of Memorial Hall Library.

Last updated: October 01, 2012
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