I was asked to pass this along and since it's local, and a lot of my readers are local, I thought I would. Unfortunately, I can't be there, but a green living panel and discussion held at a brewery sounds like me kind of event.
Green Living Panel & Community Discussion to be held at Dock Street Brewery in West Philadelphia, PA on Sunday, October 26th
(Philadelphia, PA) – October 14, 2006 – Dock Street Brewery and Building Open Opportunity Structures Together (We Are BOOST) cordially invite the public to a special community event “Why Live Green? Options and Opportunities for Better Jobs, Careers, Housing, Business, and Education” on Sunday, October 26th from 3PM - 6PM at Dock Street Brewery located at 701 S. 50th Street (50th & Baltimore Avenue) in West Philadelphia, PA.
The event will include panel and community discussion featuring topics by seven sustainability, conservation, and green living community leaders. Also featuring special guest appearance by Christopher Zelov of the Knossus Project and director of the eco-education film, City21, which explores the green initiatives that are shaping the 21st Century City.
There will be a Q&A session, Brewery tour, giveaways, appetizer buffet (included), and networking following the panel presentation.
A cash bar will also be available.'
For more info go to We Are BOOST