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Schedule: Wednesday April 23, 2014

For a one page, printable schedule of Earth Week events at both campuses, please click here.

Location: Folsom Lake College Main Campus

All events are held in the Community Room, FL1-20, unless indicated otherwise. 

11:15 - 1:00 pm
Room FL3-173

"Revenge of the Electric Car" (2012)
Revenge of the Electric Car by acclaimed filmmaker Chris Paine (Who Killed the Electric Car?) features the high-stakes race by General Motors, Tesla Motors, and Nissan for which company can first bring gas-free electric vehicles (EVs) to the masses -- for real this time. With tens of thousands of electric Nissan Leafs, Chevy Volts, and Tesla Roadsters being sold to eager consumers this year, and more than 30 additional electric models set to hit dealerships in the next few years, the film's debut could not be more timely. The film also tells the story of Greg "Gadget" Abbott, who retrofits gas-powered cars and turns them electric. The review on TheMovieBanter.com said: "One of the most interesting and entertaining documentaries I have ever seen, Revenge of the Electric Car lets you into the amazing lives of four different people and their perspective on the electric car."
Hosted by Professor Dan Ross (Engineering) & the Engineering Club

12:00 - 1:00 pm
Peregrine Room FR-240

Literature of the Wild: Open Reading
Join us for an open mic featuring readings of environmental literature and poetry by anyone who feels inspired to share a favorite passage or author. Bring poetry, prose, creative fiction or non-fiction, of your own, or read from a favorite "wilderness" writer. Also featuring special guest poets Jennifer Pickering, Taylor Graham, Tom Goff, Nora Staklis & Wendy Williams.
Moderated by Tom Goff (English) and Dr. Tim McHargue (Counselor)

12:30 - 1:00 pm
Outside the Falcon's Roost

MOSAIC Dance Company
Acting as ambassadors for the greater Sacramento community, MOSAIC Dance is a college based company of dancers from Folsom Lake College, featuring a MOSAIC of styles including Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Lyrical, Theatre Dance and ethnic forms. MOSAIC performs at local events an festivals, including an outreach education program at local elementary schools. For FLC's Earth Day, MOSAIC will perform an arrangement of dances emblematic of sustainable concepts and themes of preservation. Come join the festivities for Earth day and dance with MOSAIC!

4:00 - 5:20 pm
Room FL3-173

Sustainability and the Los Rios Community College District
The presentation will provide participants with a clear and thorough understanding of the green and sustainable measures the District has planned and implemented in its facilities maintenance, operations and capital building (Measure A, Measure M and State-wide Facilities Bond) programs.
Slideshow and discussion by Pablo Manzo, hosted by Professor Steve Holzberg (Biology).

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