When: July 16, Opening Night 7 PM, Theater
July 17, Fair 10 AM - 8 PMWhere: Shoreline Community College
2 Weeks to
Here are some additional features to look forward to at SolarFest.
Shear Jazz will set the musical tone of the evening
in the Shoreline Community College Theater. Charlie’s Produce is donating
vegetable trays and Sierra Nevada Brewery is providing the beer. Remember
Marcelo da Luz is speaking about his arctic adventures with his solar car and
we have a full gamut of offerings for the Silent Auction.
- 8 PM
Meaningful Movies Film Festival
One of the three movies being shown is:
Garbage: the revolution starts at home
Garbage!Starts at Home is a feature documentary about how the
family household has become one of the most ferocious environmental predators
of our time.
Concerned for the future of his new baby boy Sebastian, writer and director Andrew
Nisker takes an average urban family, the, and asks them to keep every
scrap of garbage that they create for three months. He then takes them on a journey
to find out where it all goes and what it's doing to the world.
· More than 1,000 communities have screened the film worldwide,
including Australia, South Africa, Europe, and all
over North America.
· 3,000 people have joined the revolution in the Garbage! community
· More than 200 schools, universities and colleges have bought
the film throughout the English speaking world
We would like to thankof Wallingford Neighbors in helping to
facilitate the availability and screening rights of each of the films being
shown this year.
Since 1994, Second Use has helped contractors and homeowners recover
reusable building materials from their remodeling and demolition projects.
And, through our retail outlet, our customers have in turn helped to find new
homes for the material. This process provides both a more sustainable
alternative to buying new and a mechanism for passing on the stories that
inhabit the homes and businesses throughout the Puget Sound region.
Join them for “Salvage Sundays” on the 4th Sunday of each month for live
music, sales, and workshops.
Go to: http://www.seconduse.com/ for more information
is a proud supporter of SolarFest.
Their website is chock full of information on ways you can save money
conserving energy at home, at your business and at institutions and government.
Check them out athttp://www.cityofseattle.net/light/conserve/and find out about
the programs you may qualify for.
Featured Taste of
Taste of Manila in Edmonds is the only Filipino restaurant near Shoreline.
Located at 8420 Bowdoin Way (5 Corners) in Edmonds, WA, 98026, they
are openthrough Saturday and .
They provide Main Dishes, Value Meals, Brunch Meals, Combo Meals,
Noodles, Packages and Desserts. You can view photos of their meals of noodle
and rice dishes onFacebook.