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Click show in the next blue box to see more EVent Descriptions for this years Current Events Calendar.
You can also choose another year to see past events: -2014- -2013- -2012- -2011- -2010- -2009- -2008- -2007- -2006- -2005- -2004-

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Want to Add a New EVent!       It is easy to do!       Click the [show] link to the right >>
Want to create a new EVent! First click "Current Events" at the top of any events page. Once there, just click on any of the dates in the "wiki calendar" below to begin creating a new page! Start the page with (Just copy it now and paste it when you create your page):
== Short Name for EVent ==
Your event details and description text goes here.

Next simply add whatever details and links you like to the page. Use the Show preview to see what you have created and finally click Save page and you are done. You and anyone else can edit the page later to add more details. The new EVent page you help create can grow more detailed, after the event photos can be added or accounts of how the event went. All of this will be archived for future generations to see what kind of amazing fun we have had, heck go check out some past EVent pages now (Tip: Click on any pages edit link to see how easy they are to create).

Need more advanced editing tips?                         Click the [show] link to the right >>

If there are more than one event on a given day, then make the == Header == at the top of the page include a short description of both events so that they will both appear in the summary for that day. Then create two or more === Sub Headers === (Notice the 3 = signs instead of 2) for each separate event on that day.

== First EVent & Another EVent Also ==
=== First EVent ===
First Event details and description text goes here.
===Another EVent Also===
Details for the another event also go right here.

You can also add ==== Sub Sub Headers ==== for an event if there is a lot of information for that event, perhaps someone might want to add a ==== Photos ==== section. The simplest way to add photos is to upload them to the site (you may need to ask for an account to do this). Take a look at the Photos page for a list of EVents that had photos added.

Then just list them in a gallery block.
Image:PIC0001.JPG|Caption for photo
Image:PIC0002.JPG|Yup, another caption for this one.
Image:PIC0003.JPG|Captions are great!

Additional [[Category:]] tags can be added to the top of the page, we do not use many categories at the moment, but they help to organize pages and help visitors find related pages. For example there might be a Tesla Category and any event with a Tesla at it could have the Tesla category.

PowerUP Wenatchee

Two Day conference on EV's and Plug-Ins

Guests from Andy Frank, and Felix Kramer, and others.

Visit for more information on this unparalleled event.

Showing:Who Killed the Electric Car

Event Movie: Who Killed the Electric Car

  • When: May 27, 2009 from 5:30 pm – 9:00pm
  • Where: The King County Library Service Center in Issaquah* (960 Newport Way NW, Issaquah 98027). * Please note this is not the library.


  • 5:30pm-5:45pm - Partners arrive early to park their vehicle; and/or setup a table of information representative of their association/organization/agency.
  • 6:00pm-6:30pm - Attendees arrive early to visit partner tables and talk with experts/representatives and view vehicles.
  • 6:30pm-8:05pm - Welcome attendees, Introduce and Watch film.
  • 8:05pm-8:10pm - Quick break.
  • 8:15pm-8:45pm - Community Discussion with local alternative transportation experts from the SEATTLE EV ASSOCIATION

After the movie we have a small short panel session so that the public can ask random questions about work related to alternative transportation movement. Of course we would love your participation on our panel of experts and also perhaps an electric vehicle we can park in the lot. We also have space for any educational/information material your organization may have. For our last film we expected about 40 people and had 100 people fill the room - it was really fun.

We look forward to having the Seattle Electric Vehicle Association’s participation. I look forward to hearing back from you soon.

Best regards,
Kim Ducoté
Resource Stewards, LLC Consultant for the
City of Issaquah’s Resource Conservation Office Sustainability Movie Event