The Sun Shines Here!
Check it out! Live artist "Zulu Painter" at the event: http://www.zulupainter.com/index.html
Florida’s vast clean energy sources, like solar, are more reliable and cheaper than ever before. To protect our quality of life we can and must commit to clean, affordable energy by transitioning from fossil fuels to clean, renewable energy sources. A transition to clean, renewable energy can and will give all residents a chance to not only survive, but thrive!
Luckily, leaders in St. Pete, are with us! On November 21, the Sunshine City -- St. Petersburg, Florida -- became the 20th city in the United States to make a 100% clean energy commitment!
WHAT: Join us for 100% St Pete’s Celebration Event!
Come celebrate the accomplishments of #ReadyFor100 and #100StPete, establish the benchmark for St Petersburg and talk about plans for next year.
The City and USF SP are planning special Announcements about the future of sustainability in the city with high profile speakers including the Vice Chair of City Council Darden Rice. Speakers begin at approximate 8 pm.
Live Art, Live Music, Free Appetizers whilst they last, an open cash bar and you.
But most of all get ready to CELEBRATE and have FUN!
WHO: You, your friends, family, and all folks who are ready for 100% clean and renewable energy for all residents in St. Pete, FL, and beyond!
WHEN: Friday, Dec. 9, from 7-11pm
WHERE: The Station House, St Petersburg. 260 1st Ave S, St. Petersburg, FL 33701 (map) (website)
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Street and public parking is available in the surrounding area.
- We suggest parking on 1st Avenue South or on 1st, 2nd, or 3rd Streets.
- The SouthCore Public Parking garage entrance is at 117 2nd Street North. Nights and weekends the flat rate is $3 upon entrance. Sundial parking garage is about a 5 minutes walk with $1 parking for up to 4 hours after 5 pm. (do not think there are any special events going on - if so rate is either $5 or $10) Please see this link for more information: http://www.stpete.org/visiting_the_city/where_to_park.php