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12:00pm [12:00pm] Vigil PA&E
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Peace/Anti-War vigil at corner of East Ave. and Goodman Street, Rochester. All are welome!

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1:30pm [1:30pm] How to Switch to Green Power
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David Inglis for Pachamama Alliance Seeds of Hope of Pachamama Alliance Rochester is presenting a practical program on converting to sustainable electricity. Anyone who pays an RGE bill can switch to green energy by:  Buying a rooftop solar array  Leasing a rooftop solar array  Participating in community solar  Choosing a green Energy Service Co.  Switching to RGE’s Wind Energy option  Getting your town to choose sustainable energy through Community Choice Aggregation Come and find out how easy it is to go green! 1:30-3:00 Sunday, December 2 1010 East Ave. (the red brick building just west of Asbury) Please RSVP to David Inglis at dri.inglis@gmail.com by Wednesday, November 28th.


[2:00pm] Rochester Poets December reading featuring poet JACK BRADIGAN SPULA
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Join us for our Holiday Celebration featuring poet JACK BRADIGAN SPULA this Sunday, December 2, 2-5 pm, in the Living Room at Legacy at Cranberry Landing. Jack's reading will be followed by our Open Mic. Jack Bradigan Spula is a lifelong lover of and advocate for the Eastern Great Lakes bioregion. He was trained as a pianist and musicologist and worked for decades as a community organizer and alternative journalist. Born and raised in Niagara Falls, NY, Jack is a longtime Rochester resident and frequent pilgrim throughout the Adirondacks and the Southern Tier, Ontario Quebec, Pennsylvania and New England. His poetry is an attempt to put that pilgrimage into the right words Jack' has had poems published in Epiphany, Domestic Crude, and other mags, His collection of poems, Nobody But Ancestors was published by Foothills in 2012. He's also been anthologized in Liberty's Vigil and Trumped. He's taught English at Monroe Community College, RIT, Nazareth, the University of Houston and at Attica and other correctional facilities through Genesee Community College. He's also taught creative writing at Writers & Books. Don't forget that our open mics are NOT limited to poets: singers, musicians, short fiction writers, comics, and even dancers are also welcome. Even if you can't join us, if you know folks who might enjoy attending, to perform or as audience members, pass the word and send them the following link to this public invite: http://j.mp/RoPo1812 You can also support RoPo's ongoing efforts with an annual membership, which is still only $20. To join using your credit/debit card, go to http://squareup.com/store/rochester-poets/ Our readings are FREE and open to the public; donations to support Rochester Poets are encouraged and gratefully accepted. Refreshments served. See you on Sunday, Frank Judge President Rochester Poets 585-260-9005

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