Tri-State Creation Care will be holding its second electrical vehicle show event on Saturday, September 23, from 10 am to 2 pm (CT) at the Eykamp Scout Center (3501 E. Loyd). Local dealers and private owners will have many EV models on display with some offering test drives.
The event will also include live music, food trucks, many interesting vendors, kid’s activities, and robotic demonstrations. It is free and open to the public. Please plan on coming and invite your friends.
You can display your own EV and share your experience as an owner. Register by emailing Caroline at email@example.com
For a long time, too much raw sewage was being released into the Ohio River and Pigeon Creek during significant rainstorms. Evansville has taken an innovative “green” approach to this problem and one part of the solution has been the transformation of Bee Slough into a wetland that treats storm water in a natural and Earth friendly way.
Water and Sewer Executive Director, Lane Young, and Wayne Montgomery, EWSU Capital Projects Manager, will explain this project as well as other green efforts in a presentation on Wed., July 26, 6:30 pm, at the downtown public library in Browning Rm B. All are welcome. This event is hosted by Tri-State Creation Care.
Interested in bringing the creation care message to your congregation, come to our next Green Team gathering: Wed., June 28th, 6:00 pm at Oaklyn Library.
We are also hosting the presentation, “Bee Slough, a New Era in Water Treatment” on Wed., July 26, 6:30 pm at the Downtown Library, Browning Rm B. The engineering team from the Evansville Water and Sewer Department will present on the Bee Slough and Trinity projects, both reflect Evansville’s leap forward in green alternatives to water treatment.
Myra Teal has been involved in beekeeping and honey production for decades, and she is now a frequent presenter at beekeeping conferences in many states. Her one-hour presentation will be outdoors near the Nature Center, weather permitting. If the weather isn’t cooperating, we’ll meet inside the Nature Center.
Myra will allow attendees to see and taste honey samples from 12 different states, plus she’ll bring along an observational hive that will allow attendees an opportunity to view firsthand the inner-workings of a hive. This event is being co-hosted by Tri-State Creation Care and Wesselman Woods.
Convert part of your yard into a small wildflower sanctuary for butterflies, bees, and birds. Tri-State Creation Care will show you how and provide free seed.
Two dates are scheduled: Sat., Mar. 25, 9:30 am at All Saints Church, 704 N. 1st Ave and Thurs., Mar. 30, 6:30 pm at the Central Library (downtown), Browning Rm A. You can also join via Zoom for either session.