Sat, Jul 20


Carver Public Library

Rain Barrel Workshop: 11:00 am

Do you want to save money, time, and water? Join us to learn about water conservation and rainwater collection. You will go home with your own fully constructed upcycled rain barrel! Light refreshments will be served.

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Rain Barrel Workshop: 11:00 am

Time & Location

Jul 20, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Carver Public Library, 2 Meadowbrook Way, Carver, MA 02330, USA

About the Event

The Event will start promptly at 11am. A conservation presentation will be delivered for approximately 30 minutes. You will learn the benefits of collecting rain water, what you can do with your collected resource, and how to manage your own rain collection system. A rain barrel will be constructed, and information will be handed out on how to empty/clean, build and decorate your own rain barrel. At the end of the informational session, refreshments will be served and you will then receive your own fully constructed rain barrel ready for your conservation uses!

Payment: 40 dollars per registration. No need to have a PayPal account to pay, it will give you the option to pay with credit/debit card. We can accept payment by check payable to Plymouth County Conservation District, all checks must be received by July 15th. Please send checks to: 8 Thatcher Ln Wareham, MA 02571

Registration: We will not be taking any participant registrations AFTER July 15th. You will be fully registered when payment is received. Please note, when registering one ticket will receive one free rain barrel. When adding additional guests to your registration, if they wish to go home with a rain barrel they must purchase their own ticket. No on-site registration available.

Refunds: There will be no monetary refund for tickets. We will save you a seat in our next rain barrel workshop and ensure you have a pleasant experience.

Transportation: After attending the workshop, you will be going home with your own 55 gallon rain barrel. Please plan accordingly, and be able to transport your barrel to start your conservation efforts promptly.

PCCD is not responsible for matters concerning your rain barrel after 6 months from workshop date. If a barrel has proven to be defective in workmanship PCCD will repair/replace the barrel up to six months from the workshop date.

This project was made possible by the Conservation District Innovation Grants Program.  The funds for the program are from the sale of Commonwealth capital bonds authorized by Chapter 286 of the acts of 2014.





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    This ticket will be admittance to the workshop.






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