Join us on Wednesday, June 27th for the solar dedication at the Taylor Dock shelter, celebrating the Bellingham community’s work in support of renewable energy.
Wednesday, June 27th
11:30 a.m. Boaters Meet @ Cornwall Beach for trip to Taylor Dock
12:00pm Boaters depart from Cornwall Beach
1:00 p.m. Bikers arrive @ ITEK Energy for trip to Taylor Dock
1:30pm Bikers depart from ITEK
2:00 p.m. Program begins at Taylor Dock
2:30 p.m. Reception
3:30 p.m. Conclusion
Starting at 2:00 pm solar panels will be delivered from by bike and kayak from Itek Energy’smanufacturing facility in Bellingham, for final installation of the solar array on the roof of the Taylor Dock shelter. Once installed, the array will help power the lights on Taylor Dock. The solar array is a gift from Puget Sound Energy for the community’s work in supporting the Green Power program, which helps residents and businesses match their energy with clean, renewable energy, generated in the Pacific Northwest. Community Boating Center is proud to be providing rowers and boats for this event and The Hub is stoked to be partnering on the bike portion.
Support recreation and renewable energy!
Pedal or paddle the panels to Taylor Dock!
- Boaters meet at 11:30am at Cornwall Beach
12:00pm Depart with Community Solar Panel Floatilla – CBC Facebook event
- Bicyclists meet at 1:00pm at Itek Energy on Cornwall Avenue.
1:30pm Depart to ride South Bay Trail to Taylor Dock.
- Please RSVP your spot by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
PSE will raffle off a bike from the HUB to one lucky bicyclist or paddler that participates.
Following the delivery of the panels, please join us for a community dedication celebration on Taylor Dock at 2:00pm.
Taylor Dock Solar Dedication– City Facebook event
April is a co-founder and former co-Executive Director for Recreation Northwest. She has a passion for place and loves exploring, experiencing and sharing the beauty of the pacific northwest. She is currently working with Ocean Conservancy to protect our oceans, specifically the Arctic.