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Gordian Raacke @ healthy Planet 3/17/7

St. Patrick’s Day
Keep the Earth GREEN Dinner/Lecture

Saturday, March 17th
6:00 – 10:00 PM

The True Threat of and Solutions to Global Warming
With Renewable Energy LI’s Gordian Raacke

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SpacerDespite the now overwhelming consensus among the world’s scientific community that global warming is a serious concern that demands our immediate attention and action, there is still a great deal of misinformation being circulated about the threats and causes of this phenomenon. Some continue to portray climate change as something that we don’t need to worry about “just yet”, while others go so far as to say “it might be a good thing”.

Join us as Executive Director of Renewable Energy Long Island (RELI), Gordian Raacke presents the powerful facts behind the talk of world climate change. Mr. Raacke is regarded as an important player in Long Island energy policy, highly respected by the public, the media and elected officials.  It is our responsibility to be part of a unified solution to this very real challenge. Take this opportunity to bring your friends and family to hear the truth beyond the sound bites.

MORE ON GORDIAN RAACKE:

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DETAILS
Join us for fun, friends and a completely plant-based potluck dinner
and an opportunity to hear our informative speaker.
KIDS ACTIVITIES WILL BE HELD DURING EVERY LECTURE
so bring the family!

WHAT TO BRING:

  • A plant-based* dish to share with 6-10 hungry people
  • Serving utensils for your plate
  • Your own reusable plate, bowl, cup and utensils to eat with (to cut down on waste!)
  • An index card with the ingredients used or recipe for your dish, with your name address and phone # on the back. (Maybe you’ll make it into our upcoming recipe book!)

*Please no eggs, dairy, honey, meat, poultry, seafood or any foods containing additives, coloring, hydrogenated oils, white sugar or “natural flavors.”
(A simple rule: If you don’t know what an ingredient is, don’t use it!)

Note: Most soy cheeses contain casein, a dairy derivative used to make glue.
Please, no casein.

These exacting food guidelines enable the greatest number of people to choose from the greatest number of selections that are brought.

QUESTIONS:
If this is your first dinner, please call us and leave a message along with your reservation at 631-421-5591 and a volunteer will call you back promptly.

If you’d like to stay informed of all events, call or e-mail us and you will receive your choice of monthly e-mail, automated phone calling or both.
Call 631-421-5591 or e-mail: info@healthy-planet.org

DIRECTIONS:
From East or West of Route 110:
Northern State Pkwy. to Route 110 South. Go Right at first stop light onto Old Country Road. Go to first light and make a right onto Sweet Hollow Road. Make first left (just after overpass—onto Gwynne Rd.) into West Hills park. Sweet Hollow Hall is at the end of this short road on your right. If lot is full, you may park on the right side of the road as you exit the park.

From North of Northern State on Route 110:
Take Route 110 South and make a right on Gwynne Road, just before the entry ramp for the Northern State Parkway. Continue on Gwynne past stop sign and into West Hills park entrance to end of road. Hall and parking lot are to your right. If lot is full, you may park on the right side of the road as you leave the park.

From South of Northern State, on Route 110:
Take Route 110 North and make a left onto Old Country Road—the light just before the Northern State overpass. Go to first light and make a right onto Sweet Hollow Road. Make first left (just after overpass—onto Gwynne Rd.) into West Hills park. Sweet Hollow Hall is at the end of this short road on your right. If lot is full, you may park on the right side of the road as you exit the park.

By Train:
Take the LIRR to Huntington. Take a cab from the station to the location above, or let us know when you’re coming in and we’ll try to arrange a ride for you.

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