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What’s better than ice cream in the summer? Getting the scoop on driving electric, that’s what!
Join Annapolis Green outside Maryland Hall, near the stick sculpture known as “Old Home Place” and talk with those who have taken the leap to drive electric. We’ll have various models of EVs and their drivers are happy to answer questions. You will also be able to see the charging stations at Maryland Hall that are free to use.
Always Ice Cream Company’s truck will be on hand with cool treats for purchase and enjoyment at Maryland Hall’s picnic tables or under the sculpture. Click on the link to see the flavors — there are even flavors that are vegan, gluten free and dairy free.
The small, intimate nature of this event will allow you to talk with EV drivers in depth and to get answers to your questions. If you’re just “EV curious,” maybe not ready to update your ride just yet, this is a great event for you too.
Unnatural Causes celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day with a show about climate change and biodiversity. The group exhibition is curated by and features work by Four Alarm Artists, a collective group founded by Blake Conroy, Bridget Parlato and Lynne Parks. It is part of a series of exhibitions and speaking events about environmental issues – cultivated by Four Alarm Artists– throughout the region.