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1st Annual Sustainabl​e Energy Fair to be held at Sun People Dry Goods this Saturday

Sun People Dry Goods Co
. is proud to announce the 1st Annual Sustainable Energy Fair on Saturday, October 22, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the shared entryway to Sun People Dry Goods Co. and the Spokane Public Market.

“We are excited to bring together various experts in the community on home energy savings as well as alternative transportation choices.” says Juliet Sinisterra, Co-Owner and General Manager for Sun People. The Sustainable Energy Fair is a free event and open to the public. Participants can learn more about home weatherization from Sustainable Works, solar and wind power from Eco Depot, masonry furnaces by Tulikivi, and obtain information on Spokane’s air quality and burn bans from Spokane Regional Clean Air.

Nationally recognized eco-Architect Kelly Lerner, will also be on hand to answer questions regarding green remodeling and site design.

For those looking for alternative transportation options, Rick Pebles from Jaremko Nissan Saab will in front of the store from 11a.m. to 1 p.m. with a new 2011 Nissan Leaf to answer questions about this first new generation all electric car, and possibly offer test drives.

“Becoming smarter users of energy is important not just for own pocketbooks but for our larger economy and environment. We want to let people know about all the options out there in Spokane and introduce many of the folks in the community working toward building a greener, more efficient region,” says Sinisterra.

The event starts at 10 a.m. October 22. Sun People Dry Goods Co. is located at 32 West 2nd Avenue in downtown Spokane.

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