Eight sessions of gardening for fun for second, third and fourth-graders. Held Wednesdays Sept. 5 through Oct. 24. Cost: $30 residents, $40 non-residents. Online registration required: livegreeninplano.obsres.com
Hosted by the city of Plano's Sustainability and Environmental Services Dept. this event is for teachers, PTA chairs, scout leaders and home school educators. A showcase of free educational programs and resources available to enrich your curriculum, programs and activities.
The Dallas Sierra Club meeting will include the following programs. Solar Energy - Jim Duncan, solar PV design and installation specialist, will talk about the fast growing
renewable energy field of solar photovoltaics. Learn about solar power for your home. Find out if purchasing a solar PV system is right for you, and learn the pros and cons of leasing solar panels. More information at www.ntrei.com.
Fall Elections - David Griggs will give a brief overview of the fall Sierra Club electoral plan for North Texas, including a handout of the list of the Sierra Club endorsements.
Contact Kirk Miller at KirkMiller@DallasSierraClub.org for more information.
This event is part of the Fort Worth Museum of Science & History's PUBlic Knowledge series. Learn about current science topics, local and national history, and other brainy subjects, all while enjoying a cool libation at favorite local bar or restaurant. Each first Tuesday of the month, guests from a variety of fields with diverse and relevant experience are featured.