Saturday, June 2, in Hohenwald TN, the second annual Sonnenschein Festival will have music, nature, alternative energy and art! This years festival will be the biggest Green Power Festival in Middle Tennessee. This notice was sent out by Jennifer Dauksha-English.
It will include 25 green power speakers, an alternative vehicle and fuel exposition, two music stages powered by solar energy, a tour of alternative homes, an energy play shop for kids, an eco-film fest, the debut of Middle Tennessee’s Green Living Journal and much more!! The festival opens June 1 with an Ecovillage Experience Weekend at the Ecovillage Training Center on the Farm Community in Summertown, TN and a Cumberland Greens Bioregional Council Gathering.
GREEN POWER DAY SPEAKER PROGRAM
Location of Venue: High Forest Room, Memorial Park, Court St. in Downtown, Hohenwald
Welcoming Address, Mayors of Lewis County and the City of Hohenwald
Green Power: Solutions for a Wealthier Future
Climate Change: Why Now is the Time to Act
Deforestation and Loss of Biodiversity
The Energy Crisis: What We Can Do
Current Fuel Technology
Generating Home Power
Cycling Energy in the Home System
There will be Green Power Speakers at 2 other venues near Memorial Park 11-5pm
More than 15 other speakers will talk on Solar, Biofuels, Natural Building, Energy Conservation, Energy and Food, Peak Oil, Geothermal, Permaculture, Green Design and much more!
Alternative Vehicle and Fuel Exposition from 10-5 pm – see biofuels, hybrids and waste vegetable oil vehicles and fuel processing.
Bring your car for display. Contact biofuels@… for details!
A Green Power Film Fest will be held in the War Memorial building/Career Center on Smith Street
Kids Energy Play Shop 12-3
For more information
Contact Jennifer D. English ecovillage@… for further
It’s not too late to be a vendor/exhibitor at the festival, we still
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