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Imagine Solar Open House
Kick off your 2012 at TGN Gold Sponsor Imagine Solar’s Open House and Tour of their State-of-the-Art training facility!  Join Austin’s green community Saturday, January 7th,2012 from 10 AM to Noon, for a presentation on “Opportunities in the Solarand Smart Grid Industries”.  Enjoy coffee and refreshments, mingle with other industry professionals, and enter ImagineSolar’s drawing to win oneof 5 free seats in their training courses.  Call (512) 443-5725 or  More details to come!
Upcoming Courses at Imagine Solar!
Dec 17, 2011
•PV201LAB: PV System Design & Installation Hands On Lab Day
Jan 7, 2012
• SG101:Smart Grid & Distributed Generation
Jan 15, 2012
• PV201LAB:PV System Design & Installation Hands On Lab Day
Jan 17, 2012
• PV150:Grid Connected PV System Design & Installation


CMPBS Annual Holiday Party and Community Potluck
Friday, December 2, 2011 7-11 PM
8604 FM 969 • Austin, TX
Potluck: BYO food and/or beverage!
Featuring live music from Austin’s legendary:GREEZY WHEELS

Please bring a non-perishable food item for our annual holiday party food drive – all donations go to Capital Area Food Bank. In high demand: Canned meat and vegetables (pop-tops preferred), pasta and pasta sauce, pinto beans, rice, healthy cereal, peanut butter, baby food and formula. Due to the health concerns associated with bisphenol-a (BPA) in epoxy-based can linings, CMPBS recommends you donate safer alternatives. To the best of our knowledge, there are very few canned foods with BPA-free linings. For information on specific brands and their use of BPA, we suggest calling companies directly.

RSVP to or 512-928-4786 by November 25
This is an outdoor event: In case of inclement weather, visit or call (512)-928–4786
Please note: This is a smoke and dog free event.


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