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Unveiling: Cows, Cars, Coal, and Planes

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Unveiling: Cows, Cars, Coal, and Planes

Time: June 24, 2015 from 5pm to 6pm
Location: Temple and Elm Streets
Street: Temple and Elm Streets
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.newhavenleon.org/y…
Phone: 2035621607
Event Type: opening
Organized By: Chris Schweitzer
Latest Activity: Jun 22, 2015

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Cows, Cars, Coal, and Planes
Unveiling of the Four Don’ts of Climate Change


When/Where: Wednesday, June 24th, from 5:00-6:00 pm on the corner of Temple and Elm Street, New Haven, CT 06511
Light Snacks and Refreshments provided!

What: Paper-mache art done by students from Coop, ECA, and Hamden High Schools, and by NHLSCP volunteers.

Why: CCCP Launch Event presents a paper-mache exhibit that educates and invites people to take simple steps to reduce greenhouse pollution and improve public health by targeting four key causes we encounter regularly.

Going green has never been easier. Come learn fun new ways to avoid the Four Don’ts of Climate Change, followed by live music by Atacama and Mary McBride on the New Haven Green with Arts and Ideas!

LIVE MUSIC!   REFRESHMENTS!   ACTIVITIES!

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