3 HUGE Local Events in October!

Given the current high stakes for the climate and our well being, please consider participating in as many of these events as you can and letting others know of them as well! And, if you haven’t checked out CCL, go to #SpeakUp4Climate

Sat., Oct. 8: CMU Homecoming Parade–“Superheroes for the Climate,” costumes optional but encouraged. Children and pets are great additions. Line up with us in Lot 22 from West Campus Drive entrance before 10:00 for donuts! Signs provided or make your own.  Confirmation required by Friday afternoon. Call Marie at 989-944-5858 for map and more information.

Fri., Oct. 21: Adm. David Titley, USN (Ret.) speaking TWICE. Both free and open to the public. National Security & “Cross-training” meteorologists in business, finance and communication to advise business & government planners on climate costs, the bottom line:

1) 1:45-3:15 p.m. at CMU Park Library Auditorium, 250 W. Preston

Sponsored by Central Michigan University’s Department of Political Science and Public Administration and Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.

2) 7:30 p.m. at Mid Michigan Community College, Center for Arts & Business, Community                Room, 2600 S. Summerton Road, on the Mt. Pleasant campus.

Sponsored by Mt. Pleasant Citizens’ Climate Education and Mid Michigan Community College,

Fri., Oct. 28: Climate-themed Family Night at the Discovery Museum, 6:30-8:00 p.m., 5093 E Remus Road.  Peter Sinclair, acclaimed climate videographer, for adults; science activities for the children led by CMU students. $5.00/person. Open to the public.

We’re making a difference–Congress is starting to move on climate. Big news coming soon. 🙂

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