What started as a few people milling around Fredericksburg in the early fall has turned into a true festival full of renewable energy companies, advocacy groups, policy ideas, excellent speakers and all the latest gadgets, from electric cars to smart meters. So please come this weekend to the Renewable Energy Roundup and Green Living Fair, from Friday September 24th at High Noon to Sunday at 3 Pm, Market Square, Fredericksburg, just some 90 miles west of Austin and a similar distance from San Antone. Sierra Club will be there in attendance, promoting our green, clean energy solutions to our economic and environmental crisis. You can show up at the door and purchase tickets (not to mention a few cool items and great food), or you can preregister at the website, or YOU CAN GO FOR FREE by volunteering.
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