The Town of Concord has committed to taking action on climate by reducing our greenhouse gas emissions 80% by 2050 and preparing to be resilient to the changes to our climate that we are already experiencing, including extreme heat, extreme precipitation, intense storms, and increased flooding.
We invite and encourage all residents to join us in recognizing Climate Preparedness Week by participating in events hosted by Concord Free Public Library.
Visit Concord Free Public Library for books, visuals, and maps about climate change in Concord and beyond.
“Build Your Own Solar Car” for Teens - Concord Free Public Library - September 24th, 4pm
The Main Library will host a “Build Your Own Solar Car” activity for teens, grades 6-12. Teens will learn about solar energy and build their own solar car to test and take home. Space is limited so register now.
Screening of Paris to Pittsburgh - Concord Fowler Branch Library - September 27th, 7pm
The Fowler branch library will host a screening of Paris to Pittsburgh, followed by light refreshments and conversation. According to the National Geographic website, Paris to Pittsburgh “…brings to life the impassioned efforts of individuals who are battling the most severe threats of climate change…the film captures what's at stake for communities around the country and the inspiring ways Americans are responding.” For more information click here.
Story Time and "Build Your Own Bee Hotel" for Kids - Concord Fowler Branch Library - September 28th, 3pm