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    Lets talk about the weather - join us

    Do you remember the ice storm in 2013? Do you remember the power outages and damaged trees laying over our roads. Did you go to a “Warming Centre” to get warm and eat a hot meal, take a shower or charge your phone because you didn’t have power at home? The weather is changing and we are expecting more days of extreme temperature fluctuations. We need to be prepared for weather conditions such as freezing rain, snowstorms, flooding, wind/tornados, etc.

    Participate in a two part session to talk about the weather and how it affects you, your family and our community. The collected information is the first step in creating a Climate Change Adaptation Plan for the Town of Halton Hills.   

    Please join us for the following sessions:

    1. Vulnerabilities Assessment - supper is provided by LaVita Bakery
      Wed. Feb. 22, 2017, 5:30-8:00 pm
      Halton Hills Public Library and Cultural Centre,
      Studio Room 9 Church St. Georgetown

    2. Risks Assessment  - supper is provided by LaVita Bakery
      Wed. Mar. 8, 2017, 5:30-8:00 pm
      Halton Hills Public Library and Cultural Centre, Studio Room
      9 Church St. Georgetown

    *We will have special draws for carpoolers and attendees who bring their own mug! 

    Space is limited. Please register by contacting the Office of Sustainability at 905-873-2601, ext. 2290. 

    Sustainability is about taking actions today that will create a better future, with an even higher quality of life, for the present generation, as well as for our children and grandchildren.  Sustainability is about ensuring that today's actions lead to a future with a prosperous economy, healthy natural environment, social well being, and a vibrant arts and culture scene throughout Halton Hills.  It is an opportunity to plan proactively for challenges that may wait on the horizon, including rising energy costs and new regulations.

     


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