SolarFest Saturday 10 - 8 pm at SCC

Friday, July 16, 2010

On Saturday, July 17, Shoreline Community College hosts the 7th annual SolarFest. The fair includes a variety of exhibitors, a KidZone featuring hands-on creative activities, live music, a beer garden, Taste of Shoreline (with Southern, Asian, and Midwestern cuisines), speakers and elected officials, a film festival, and a Transportation Zone highlighting alternative fuel vehicles and electric cars.

SolarFest runs from 10 am through 8 pm in Shoreline’s West Parking lot. Admission is free; parking is $2.00 (walking, biking, and public transportation are encouraged).

SolarFest began in 2004 in celebration of the first solar installation at a Shoreline public school, and to raise public awareness regarding our use of resources. The fair showcases organizations and businesses which feature conservation and sustainability in their business practices. SolarFest is the longest running event of its kind in the Puget Sound region.

More information about SolarFest can be found at their website

Photo of Zero Energy House at SCC courtesy SCC.


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