Learn how you can reduce your carbon emissions, save money, stop feeding the oil-gas monster and clean up air pollution. Come see:
Dealer test drives/test rides of the latest EV models including the Ford F-150 Lightning
25 EVs on display with their owners telling about their driving experiences.
Electric bikes, e-mowers and e-snow blowers
Electric School Bus from Eastern Carver County District
Talks about picking the right EV, rates for charging, electric school buses, climate benefits, cost savings and a women’s panel “Why We Love Our EVs”
Event is free and open to the public in the Oak Grove Presbyterian Church parking lot. Visitor parking will be available at nearby sites and on-street locations. Shuttle service will be available from Creekside Center parking lot (98th and Penn) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Oak Grove Presbyterian, 2200 W. Old Shakopee Rd, Bloomington 55431 952-888-4621
Oak Grove’s Earth Day AFF on Sunday April 24th 9:15-10:15am
The walking tour starts at church at 9:15 a.m. It will also be streamed on Facebook Live if you prefer watch the tour online.
The AFF for Oak Grove’s Earth Day celebration on Sunday April 24th will be the Green Committee’s walking tour of different sites around the church where we are moving to clean, non-polluting renewable energy and clean water. The tour will show our LED lights, solar panels, wind energy, electric vehicle charging, rain gardens, air source heat pumps and all the insulation and sealing of our building to cut energy use and switch to carbon-free sources. We will also show how we are educating the next generation.
Find out what we are doing to protect God’s Creation and pass on a livable Earth to our kids and grandkids. Find out how you can do many of these things in your homes and help our church become net zero in electricity, heat/cooling, and transportation.
Thank you to the Green Committee for giving an informative Adult Faith Formation (AFF) program on Sunday, January 23, 2022. Their non-partisan presentation, Caucusing for Climate on Tuesday, February 1, focused on the upcoming party caucuses. The parties are making it easier this year to take part in the caucus process including the DFL’s contactless caucus that you can do at home.
See the list below for links to the Green Committee’s presentation and key links for finding your caucus, becoming a delegateto the endorsing conventions, offering resolutions, and more. For further information, contact John Crampton, Chair-Green Committee, 612-396-6010 email@example.com
Over 20 EVs will be on display, and their owners will share their driving experiences. The American Lung Association will host dealer test drives of some of the latest EV models.
Talks by experts will include:
What EV is Right for You?
Utility Rates and Rebates for EVs
Let’s Go to Electric School Buses Now!
Charging Networks for Road Tripping
Climate and Health Benefits of EVs
Women’s Panel: Why We Love EVs
Electric bikes, e-scooters, e-mowers, and e-snowblowers will be on display, along with an EV transit van.
The events and test drives follow Covid protocols and are free and open to the general public. The event will be outdoors at Oak Grove Presbyterian Church, 2200 W. Old Shakopee Rd, Bloomington 55431 952-888-4621