Turn Climate Grief Into Action

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Chantal Bilodeau’s new play, Sila, asks “How do we accept what is happening to our planet and let it inspire us to act? What does it mean, at this historical moment, to adequately grieve and then adapt for survival?” This powerful script offers a major opportunity for engagement around one of the most vital questions of our time.

November 3, 6:30pm
McCarthy Center Forum
SILA
by Chantal Bilodeau
Staged reading

Presentation Tonight, 10/27 & 12/11: Solutions Are Real & In Our Grasp

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Come hear Sustainable Wellesley’s own Quentin Prideaux when he shares the updated Climate Reality Project’s presentation Solutions Are Real And In Our Grasp.

Dates and locations listed below:

Tue Oct 21, 2014 7pm – 8:30pm
Wellesley Free Library, Washington Street, Wellesley
Sponsored by Wellesley’s Council of Aging

Monday, Oct 27, 2014 7pm- 8:30 pm
Needham Free Public Library, Community Room, 1139 Highland Avenue, Needham
* informational tables with materials about residential solar, energy efficiency, and local agriculture will be available as well. Plus the first 12 people to arrive will receive a free LED light bulb. This program is sponsored by Green Needham Collaborative and the League of Women Voters of Needham.

Thursday, Dec 11,2014 7pm- 8:30 pm
Wellesley College Club, 727 Washington Street, Wellesley
Sponsored by Wellesley Neighbors

Quentin Prideaux of The Climate Reality Project will give an informative and energizing presentation on the impacts and causes of climate change, the actions we need to take, and what it all means for Massachusetts and the Northeast. A question/answer period will follow the talks.

We are Getting Together!

What is next
Many of you told us that the People’s Climate March was such an

“Important experience for me and my family.”

Then you told us

“You wanted be more actively involved because the experience reinvigorated you.”

Now is your chance!

Be part of a Climate Action Group based in Wellesley to keep the momentum of the People’s Climate March going.
Sustainable Wellesley is hosting the first meeting on Sunday, November 16th from 1-3 pm where we will decide where we are going to take this next. The meeting is at 75 Emerson Road, Wellesley, the house of Quentin Prideaux who will facilitate the meeting.

Please click this link to confirm your attendance :
[OR : please RSVP to info@sustainablewellesley.com ].