Rocktown Energy Festival 2021 – Renewable Energy

As the need for renewable energy rises so does accessibility. The first annual Rocktown Energy Festival is bringing the information you need to go green and live an environmentally sustainable life. This free event will take place on October 2nd at the Harrisonburg Farmers Market and will work to promote clean energy in the Valley. It will not just cover the large-scale efforts to utilize renewable energy but also highlight what individuals can do to make their homes, lives, and families greener.

This event will feature informational speakers, workshops, and sustainable-focused business owners to discuss the benefits of clean energy. The goal is to get members of the valley to explore green energy options and explore the benefits that follow. There will even be a familiar face at this event as our very own Charles Hendricks will be attending to talk about the importance of solar power, and sustainable homes.

We are beyond thrilled to not only be a part of this event but to sponsor in the hopes of educating homeowners on opportunities to save the environment, and save them money.

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Related Posts

Harrisonburg Architect named in top 100 for 2024

Harrisonburg Architect named in top 100 for 2024

Charles Hendricks Recognized as one of the 100 top Architects of 2024  Fixr.com recently revealed its annual ...
Confession about owning a small business in a post pandemic economy

Confession about owning a small business in a post pandemic economy

I own a small business in a post-pandemic economy, and life is difficult. (Disclaimer: I have 4 business partners, ...
Design as an Act of Service

Design as an Act of Service

By Designer, Aliyah D. White. As a firm, we practice design as an act of service. We work closely together with ...
We love Harrisonburg downtown

We love Harrisonburg downtown

Recently Harrisonburg has been getting national press for what we already know about our community: it's an ...