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Join us at the Middlebury Food Coop to celebrate Earth Day! We will have some kids activities and opportunities for everyone to stop by, learn more, get your questions answered and sign up for your free in-home estimate!
Celebrate Earth Day and join our friends Marching for Science in Washington DC during our RocWorthy Earth Festival. We're shutting down the street (South Ave between Hamilton and Averill)! Abundance Food Co-op will celebrate the grand opening at their new location with a ribbon cutting followed by SunCommon and Abundance's ROCWorthy Earth Day Festival filled with vendors offering environmentally friendly solutions for your daily lives. Live Music, Great Food, Activities for children, and more. Come join the fun! 9AM Meet-Up at…
Join Nora from SunCommon for snacks and a free cup of coffee and learn about how you can go solar at no up-front cost for your home or business! RSVP here: Loading...
Sandy and Al are celebrating that they've been powering and heating their home with solar energy for three years. "We haven’t had an electric bill since going solar because SunCommon designed our solar system to generate enough power to run our home all year long!" Come by for some local food from Red Hen and learn about how easy it is to go solar!
Join Becca White, solar community organizer for drinks and fresh pizza before live music Thursday at Hartness House. This is your opportunity to learn about going solar with no upfront cost and find out about state and national incentives. Thought about going solar? Bring your friends to learn more and stay for a drink and live music at the Hartness House Inn.
Join Ellen from SunCommon at Rock Art Brewery for snacks and a free pint while learning how you can go solar with no upfront cost at your home or your business. RSVP Below: Loading...
Celebrate Earth Day and stand in solidarity with Washington D.C’s Climate March. Join us at the Climate March and Rally in Washington Square Park hosted by Rochester People's Climate Coalition (RPCC) and Action Together Rochester. Full details can be found on the Facebook event.
SunCommon is joining the big the People's Climate Movement in solidarity with marches all over the country. Confirmed speakers include Lt. Governor David Zuckerman, former State Representative Kesha Ram, and Reverend Arnold Davis (other notable speakers T.B.A.) Entertainment will be provided by Headphone Jack, Central Vermont Solidarity Singers, Chad Hollister and Chris Gruen.
Hosted by the Wayne County Economic Development and Planning Department, the Wayne County Core of Opportunity Expo showcases local businesses and what they have to offer to other community businesses. Learn more about the Wayne County Economic Development and Planning Department.
Join Nora Woolf from SunCommon at Park Squeeze for appetizers, a free drink and an opportunity to get all your solar questions answered! Nora will cover how going solar is easy and affordable for homeowners throughout Vermont. We will discuss current incentives and financing options, which make this a great time to go solar with no upfront cost. So come on by, bring your friends and your questions! RSVP below: Loading...
SunCommon regularly holds events for neighborhood organizations wishing to learn about the benefits of solar. For information on hosting your own solar event, contact us today.
SunCommon is looking forward to supporting the 2017 VEC Annual Meeting. VEC will host its 79th Annual Meeting of the Membership on May 6, 2017 at Jay Peak Resort. The member breakfast starts at 8 am followed by the business meeting at 10 am and voting results and door prize raffle at 12 pm. VEC’s annual meeting and election are great opportunities for members to exercise their voice.
The first weekend in May is host to a full calendar of fun, family friendly events in the Capital City. From the opening of the Capital City Farmers' Market and Yoga on the State House Lawn to Green Up Day, there's something for everyone! Stop by the SunCommon booth on your way to and from the events to learn about going solar this spring!
This is Burlington Parks and Rec 32nd Kids Day celebration for kids! The day kicks off at 9:30 am with a parade down Main Street and continues to Waterfront Park, where kids can enjoy performances, do crafts, play games, and meet animals. SunCommon will be present on the waterfront with our solar powered bouncy house to help educate people on how fun it is to go solar!
Jennifer is celebrating spring and her solar array, and she is eager to share her experience with her neighbors. Come for some local food and drink and learn about how easy it is to go solar!
This is a Color Run fundraiser for the Middle School's Boston trip. The run starts at 11 and goes until 1:00 with registration starting at 9:30. SunCommon will be there with the bouncy house to support the fun!
Join the Covey and Byrom Household in celebrating that they've been powering and heating their homes with solar energy for over two years! They are excited to share their experience with their friends and neighbors. Come by for some local snacks and learn how easy and affordable solar can be. Nora from SunCommon will be there to answer questions as well. Address will be provided upon RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Join SunCommon at the 4th Annual Chalk the Walk - a sidewalk chalk art festival. SunCommon will be there with the Bounce House and ready to answer questions about how going solar is easy and affordable! Stop by, make some art and get your solar questions answered!
Celebrate National BBQ Month of May with finger licking BBQ food from ribs, brisket, pork shoulder and delectable sides. May is also a month for Vermonter’s to make important decisions on our outdoor spaces that so many of us enjoy and that’s why this is not just a celebration of food, but of the spaces that we utilize to entertain friends and family. In addition, there will be a number of activities that will be entertaining such as meat bingo,…
Join SunCommon New York for a Sip n' Sun at Zebb's in Brighton. Enjoy a drink on us and learn about affordable solar in Rochester. Contact Mary for more information or to RSVP.
Join SunCommon New York for a Sip n' Sun to benefit the BayView YMCA at Stoneyard Brewing Company. Enjoy a drink on us and learn about affordable solar in Rochester. Contact Mary for more information or to RSVP.
SunCommon NY is sponsoring the RYP Social on May 24 at ButaPub. The event will feature free swing dances lessons. Full event details can be found on the Facebook event page.
RMSC After Dark's latest event will be a Superhero Soiree on June 2. SunCommon NY is proud to be a Theme Sponsor of this event.
Join SunCommon New York for a Community Solar Social at the Webster Montessori School Learn about affordable solar in Rochester with our unique solar program. Contact Mary for more information or to RSVP.
Join us at the Hunger Mountain Coop to celebrate Earth Day! There will be many kids activities including SunCommon's solar powered bounce house! Adults can do their part to sign up to learn more about solar.