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Snoqualmie Valley Transition group says 'Go Local' at library meetings

Learn how you can prepare for the future, face a flagging a company, and stare down climate change and peak oil at "Go Local!" sponsored by Transition Snoqualmie Valley.

"Go Local!" is an evening of information sharing and community building, focused on how our communities plan for the future, and what we can do now to build a sustainable and resilient community. Discussion will cover how "going local" can help accomplish these goals.

The meetings will all begin at 6:30 p.m. in Valley libraries, throughout February and March:

Duvall Library, Wednesday, Feb. 2

North Bend Library, Tuesday, Feb. 8

Carnation Library, Wednesday, Feb. 16

Fall City Library, Tuesday, Feb. 22

Snoqualmie Library, Wednesday, March 2

Woodinville Library, Wednesday, March 9.

For more information about Transition Snoqualmie Valley, visit www.transitionsnoqualmievalley.org.

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