Earth Day 2018 | Local Events and Activities | NC Solar Now
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Celebrate Earth Day with NC Solar Now

The first Earth Day was recognized on April 22, 1970 to demonstrate global support and awareness for environmental protection.
This year in honor of Earth Day, NC Solar Now, the fastest-growing , locally owned and operated solar panel installation and solar system design company in North Carolina is proud to be part of our local communities as we celebrate Earth Day by helping educate others about renewable energy in North Carolina.

Check Out These Free Events Near You

Raleigh - April 11th
Greensboro - April 14th
Winston-Salem - April 21st

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  • Raleigh
    FREE
    April 11th 10am-2pm
    NC State Brickyard

    An epic, Earth-focused fair with exhibits, demonstrations, and ideas on how you can make the world a better place.
    Swing by our booth to learn more about Solar and Renewable Energy
    Ask about our referral program!
    For every customer, you refer you receive $500!
    This outdoor event on the Brickyard is free, open to the public and sponsored by NC State’s University Sustainability Office.
  • Greensboro
    FREE
    April 14th 1pm-5pm
    Kathleen Clay Edwards Family Library

    Spend a day caring for and celebrating our planet. NC Solar Now will be spending the day talking solar and the benefits of renewable energy.
    Stop by our booth for FREE candy, raffle, and fun!
  • Winston-Salem
    FREE
    April 21st 10am-4pm
    Winston-Salem Fairgrounds

    Music! Food Trucks! Activities for kids and adults!
    We are excited to be a part of the Piedmont Earth Day Fair.
    Join us to discuss solar and the benefits of renewable energy. Support the planet and celebrate with the community at the largest Earth Day Fair in the region
    The entire event is FREE and open to the community.
    Enjoy great food and music, activities for adults and kids,
    …all while learning about how you can support a greener city.
    Rain or shine!