Don’t miss this unique opportunity to connect with and learn from like minded business owners and entrepreneurs who share a passion for sustainable business. The SBN Roundtables are groups of up to 8-10 members who want to grow both personally and professionally while helping support their fellow members with their own challenges in a safe and trusting environment of peers.
Spots are limited, for more information and details on how to participate please click here.
When: Saturday, October 1 at 12 Noon
Where: Parade leaves Davis Square, Somerville at 12 noon, travels down Elm Street, then Beech Street onto Massachusetts Ave to Harvard Square.
HONK!, is an amazing street festival of activist street bands http://honkfest.org/. The music playing takes place in Somerville on Saturday and on Sunday there is a big parade of bands and local groups working on social, environmental, and economic justice issues that goes from Davis Square in Somerville to Harvard Square in Cambridge.
A group of Tufts students made a video of the Honk festival in 2008. Watch the video “HONK! No Noise Is Illegal“
For more information, please see http://honkfest.org/parade/
When: November 16, 2011 at 6:00 pm
Where: Seaport World Trade Center, Boston
Housing is a perennial challenge for Bostonarea communities — here’s your chance to weigh in on that conversation. Join Enterprise Community Partners, the BSA Housing Committee and other stakeholders for a morning of collaborative visioning and design addressing housing needs in our region.
For more information, visit www.buildboston.com
When: Wednesday, October 19 at 7:00 pm
Where: Weston Public Library, Weston
|Paul Eldrenkamp: Ice Dams, Climate Change and You (10/19)
Paul Eldrenkamp is both the owner of Byggmeister, a Newton-based remodeling company, and principal of DEAP Energy Group, a consulting firm specializing in Deep Energy Retrofits (renovations that achieve energy savings of at least 50%). He will explain the cause of ice dams, their connection to climate change and what you can do about both.
Paul says his “mission is to design, build and maintain homes that are functional, beautiful, cost-effective and environmentally responsible. We have put environmental stewardship at the center of our services—and not just because it’s good for the planet…
Sustainable homes aren’t just environmentally beneficial; they also reduce maintenance and energy costs, improve air quality and comfort, and, through good design, are better able to meet the changing needs of occupants over time.”
For more information, visit westonclimategroup.blogspot.com