Hallowell Won’t Wait: Community-Driven Climate Action, a community event, is set for 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 15, at Hallowell City Hall Auditorium at 1 Winthrop St.

The guest speakers will be A Climate to Thrive’s Executive Director Johannah Blackman and Solar Coordinator Beth Woolfolk.

After the presentation, Hallowell residents can have light refreshments and engage in community conversations with a chance to review Hallowell’s progress and its working List of community actions as part of the Community Resiliency Partnership, according to a news release from Rosemary Presnar of the Hallowell Conservation Commission.

The event is organized by Hallowell Climate Action and sponsored by the Hallowell Conservation Commission and Maple Hill Farm Inn and Conference Center. Key community partners include Hallowell Heart & Soul, Vision Hallowell, and Hallowell All Age Friendly Committee.

Hallowell Climate Action is an expanding coalition engaging the community in learning about and taking action to reduce and adapt to climate change. For more information about the coalition, visit aclimatetothrive.org.

For more information, email Presnar at [email protected].

 

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