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Saturday September 25, 2021
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Electric Car Show - Booth Registration
The East Hampton and Portland Clean Energy Task Forces are organizing the Third Annual “Electric Car Show” on Saturday, September 25, 2021 at the East Hampton High School from 12 noon to 3 pm (Rain Date is Sunday, September 26th). Come join them as they showcase electric, hybrid, and alternative fuel cars from private owners and various dealerships.The Task Forces are also inviting residents who own any electric, hybrid or alternative fuel vehicle to register their clean energy machine too. There is no registration fee, but the deadline to register your vehicle for the show is Friday, September 17.Registration is also open, at no charge, to any companies, town groups, non-profits, associations or clubs with an interest in promoting clean and renewable energy. Simply register for a booth at the show. All participants can register online at www.easthamptonrec.com, or by emailing the East Hampton Clean Energy Task Force at ehcetf@gmail.com or call us 860-748-5165.The Clean Energy Task Forces are volunteer committees dedicated to promoting green energy alternatives in their towns. The East Hampton Parks and Recreation Dept. is coordinating online registration for the event.So, come on out, show off your ride or just do some green window-shopping with us and have some good “clean” fun!Photo Caption: Visitors to the 2017 Electric Car Show looking at electric and hybrid vehicles on display. Pamela Rinaldi
 
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Electric Car Show - Dealership Registration
The East Hampton and Portland Clean Energy Task Forces are organizing the Third Annual “Electric Car Show” on Saturday, September 25, 2021 at the East Hampton High School from 12 noon to 3 pm (Rain Date is Sunday, September 26th). Come join them as they showcase electric, hybrid, and alternative fuel cars from private owners and various dealerships.The Task Forces are also inviting residents who own any electric, hybrid or alternative fuel vehicle to register their clean energy machine too. There is no registration fee, but the deadline to register your vehicle for the show is Friday, September 17.Registration is also open, at no charge, to any companies, town groups, non-profits, associations or clubs with an interest in promoting clean and renewable energy. Simply register for a booth at the show. All participants can register online at www.easthamptonrec.com, or by emailing the East Hampton Clean Energy Task Force at ehcetf@gmail.com or call us 860-748-5165.The Clean Energy Task Forces are volunteer committees dedicated to promoting green energy alternatives in their towns. The East Hampton Parks and Recreation Dept. is coordinating online registration for the event.So, come on out, show off your ride or just do some green window-shopping with us and have some good “clean” fun!Photo Caption: Visitors to the 2017 Electric Car Show looking at electric and hybrid vehicles on display. Pamela Rinaldi
 
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Electric Car Show - Vehicle Registration
The East Hampton and Portland Clean Energy Task Forces are organizing the Third Annual “Electric Car Show” on Saturday, September 25, 2021 at the East Hampton High School from 12 noon to 3 pm (Rain Date is Sunday, September 26th). Come join them as they showcase electric, hybrid, and alternative fuel cars from private owners and various dealerships.The Task Forces are also inviting residents who own any electric, hybrid or alternative fuel vehicle to register their clean energy machine too. There is no registration fee, but the deadline to register your vehicle for the show is Friday, September 17.Registration is also open, at no charge, to any companies, town groups, non-profits, associations or clubs with an interest in promoting clean and renewable energy. Simply register for a booth at the show. All participants can register online at www.easthamptonrec.com, or by emailing the East Hampton Clean Energy Task Force at ehcetf@gmail.com or call us 860-748-5165.The Clean Energy Task Forces are volunteer committees dedicated to promoting green energy alternatives in their towns. The East Hampton Parks and Recreation Dept. is coordinating online registration for the event.So, come on out, show off your ride or just do some green window-shopping with us and have some good “clean” fun!Photo Caption: Visitors to the 2017 Electric Car Show looking at electric and hybrid vehicles on display. Pamela Rinaldi