National Drive Electric Week

[ September 10, 2017; September 11, 2017; September 12, 2017; September 13, 2017; September 14, 2017; September 15, 2017; September 16, 2017; September 17, 2017; ] Photo Credit: Mike Pace

Sept. 9-17, 2017

National Drive Electric Week is the world’s largest celebration of the electric car. Last year we had 235 events with 120,000 attendees across 46 states, 7 provinces, and 7 countries. This year will be bigger and planning is now well underway. NDEW is a unique opportunity … Read More.

Simple Living

Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.
– Confucius
Ah yes, simple living. Who hasn’t, at some time, wished for a simpler life? Which then begs the question: why do we feel the need to live more simply? Are we frustrated? Stressed out? Fed up? Sick and tired of being sick and tired? … Read More.

MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR

[ August 5, 2017; 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. August 6, 2017; 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. ] Aug. 5-6, 2017 Albany, OR
So much to see, do, and learn. With more than 150 workshops, there is no shortage of informative demonstrations and lectures to educate and entertain you over the weekend.

Take a look at the program here.

And here is the line of speakers and workshops.

Check out the exhibitor list and stop by and say … Read More.

18th Annual Cracked Pots Recycled Arts Show

[ August 1, 2017; 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. August 2, 2017; 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. ] August 1st and 2nd at McMenamins Edgefield

Mugwumps

2126 SW Halsey Troutdale

Elizabeth See

Stroll the grounds at Edgefield and find upcycled metal arts, textiles, ceramic art, sculpture, jewelry, and glass art. Visit with over 100 reuse artists whose work consists of at least 80% recycled/reclaimed materials.

See a sampling of the … Read More.

Oregon Solar Celebration

[ July 20, 2017; 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. ] OSEIA wants the solar message to be clear, we cannot be stopped!
July 20th 3p to 6p  The Breathe Building  2305 SE 50th Ave. Portland

The Oregon Solar Celebration will feature a rally for solar and clean energy because the Oregon legislature fell short in their support for clean energy last week. On the sunny side, we … Read More.