I got the first-born moved into residence at the University of Ottawa. The husband is back to work. The second-born is back to school. The leaves are changing their colour. The rodents are eating my garden. And I’m revelling in some time at home all by myself!
Instead of using my time to rant, I thought I’d let you know about the good work the Cathedral Area Community Association is up to:
For immediate release September 8, 2009
Cathedral Village showcases green living
“Changing the world starts at home.” That’s the idea behind the Green Home Show, a sustainable living event presented by the Cathedral Area Community Association on Sept. 14.
In its second year, the Green Home Show is an open house where eco-minded home owners and renters will sample options to shrink their ecological footprint.
“Our inaugural event was such a success, we’ve had to grow,” says CACA board member Paul Dechene. “There’ll be more time, more exhibitors, a new venue, but the focus is still the same: clearing away the confusion around how to go green. We want people to go home with concrete solutions, things they can put into action right away.”
This year, the show will be expanding to embrace all aspects of green living. In addition to companies such as Regina Geothermal and Solar, Garbage Delight, the Regina Car Share Co-op and Energuide, the 2009 Green Home Show will feature the Prairie Sky School and sustainable fashions by Verve.
Plus, there will be an eco-café with food and coffee from Body Fuel Organics, Eat Healthy Foods, Evolution Catering, and Nature’s Best Grocery. Returning this year is the Silent Eco-Auction.
The event takes place at the Italian Club of Regina, 2148 Connaught Street from 5 to 9 p.m. Monday, Sept. 14. Admission is free.
Paul Dechene, CACA Community Engagement Committee, 757-9849