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"Beat the Heat" For Clean Energy and Climate Action with Free Ice Cream!

What better way to celebrate summer than an afternoon of cool live music, inspiring guest speakers and free ice cream?

Let's support Gov. Jay Inslee's call for climate action, and let Puget Sound Energy know that it's time to come up with a plan that transitions from coal to clean energy. We need to act now to reduce carbon pollution and protect our communities from dangerous climate disruption. Meeting the challenge of climate change is part of the ongoing story of energy progress in America and Washington State. We’ve done big things together before; we can do this. But we need to start now.
Join us and get the scoop on our biggest chance to tackle climate change in Washington -- we can choose to power Washington with clean, climate-friendly energy sources instead of coal.

Event details:

WHERE: Bellevue Downtown Park, off 100th Ave NE. (10201 NE Fourth Street, Bellevue)
WHEN: Sunday August 17th 4-7pm
WHAT: Free ice cream(while supplies last)! Enjoy folk band Right as Rain and other local entertainment and hear about how you can get involved in the climate movement. We'll have a giant inflatable coal plant, a photo petition booth with fun props and fun children's activities like face painting. Guest speakers will include Bellevue City Councilmember Lynne Robinson and the VP of local solar company Artisan Electric.

Come party with us and learn how to Beat The Heat!

Limited parking on site. For bus routes, go to

For more information, contact Seth Ballhorn at 206-378-0114 x 319 or
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