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Utah Climate Week, Oct 8-14th

Check below the calendar for more information on each event!


 Sun, 8  Mon, 9  Tues, 10  Wed, 11  Thurs, 12  Fri, 13 Sat, 14 
 MORNING  MORNING  MORNING  MORNING  MORNING  MORNING  MORNING

 

Dumpster Days at Recycle Utah

9AM - 4PM

 Dumpster Days at Recycle Utah

9AM - 4PM

 Dumpster Days at Recycle Utah

9AM - 4PM

 Dumpster Days at Recycle Utah

9AM - 4PM

 Dumpster Days at Recycle Utah

9AM - 4PM

 Dumpster Days at Recycle Utah

9AM - 4PM

  Environmental art at local galleries
Environmental art at local galleries
Environmental art at local galleries
Environmental art at local galleries
Environmental art at local galleries
Environmental art at local galleries  
           
Nature walk at McPolin Farm 10:00AM-12PM
      Composting Lunch & Learn at Recycle Utah    

 CHaRM at Recycle Utah

10AM -2PM

           

Fix-It Clinic at Habitat ReStore

11AM-2PM

AFTERNOON  AFTERNOON  AFTERNOON  AFTERNOON  AFTERNOON  AFTERNOON  AFTERNOON
 

Climate Change and your Health at Park City Library

5PM-6PM

Green building expo at Park City Library

2PM-6:30PM

 

Bookmobile solar kit at Coalville Courthouse

1:30-3:30PM
     
 EVENING  EVENING  EVENING  EVENING  EVENING  EVENING  EVENING

Climate Change Education Series, Part 1 at Temple Har Shalom

6-8PM

 
   

An Inconvenient Sequel at Park City Library

7PM-9PM

Park City Council vote on Net-zero energy  standard for City funded buildings and facilities    

Important Information

One of the best things you can do to reduce your carbon footprint is to leave your car at home. Ride your bike, rent an e- bike, ride the bus, or walk to the venue.

Also, bring your extra reusable bags to Climate Week events to support Park City's soon-to-be-launched Bag Bank. Learn more here.

Hosted by Citizens Climate Lobby - Park City Chapter and Park City Interfaith Council

Presentations from Dr. Rob Davies and Dr. Chip Oscarson. Dr. Davies is a physicist and public science communicator who has been educating Utah audiences about climate change for over a decade. Dr. Oscarson is an associate professor of interdisciplinary humanities and Scandinavian Studies and teaches classes in literature, film, and environmental humanities at Brigham Young University. More info here.

Time and Date: 6-8PM, Sunday, October 8th
Location: Temple Har Shalom, 3700 North Brookside Court