[Of course, if they were really into saving energy and sustainability, they would be grilling good, healthy veggies. <grin>]
Lackawaxen, PA–It may look like and sound like your regular country fair, with live music, kids playing games, tasty chicken BBQ, but there’s a twist to this one. After swinging to the tuneful sounds of featured band Basket Landing, you may want to stroll over to Stephen Stuart’s presentation on renewable energy systems, and then perhaps over to Tom Holmes who will show you his ocean pressure generator and explain just how in the dickens it works. See an actual truck converted to Bio-Diesel and learn about methane digester technology
from Bradd Vickers and Giff Foster. Learn about PennFuture’s Cool Pennsylvania program. Marvel at the innovative gadgets that Daria Dorosh will have on display along with her splendid eco-artworks.
Find out how you could be using wind-generated electricity now.
Participate in a silent auction and bid on some very unique goods and services such as a solar site assessment. Learn how to save money while preserving our area’s sublime beauty. Meet a variety of friendly, knowledgeable people who will share their expertise. Become part of a clean energy future. And don’t forget to get some of that BBQ too!
The Upper Delaware Preservation Coalition (UDPC) is sponsoring the region’s first annual Energy Fair,
September 8th, in Lackawaxen, PA, at the Firemen’s Field (off route 590), from noon til 6 pm. Admission is free. Chicken dinner is $10. Proceeds from the Silent Auction and Dinner will benefit UDPC.
For more information view http://www.udpc.net/energyfair.html
The complete press release can be viewed at
Map and directions to the Energy Fair can be found at