Concert for the Climate at Barking Legs Theater, May 19, 4p

Tennessee Healthy Energy Campaign to Host
Concert for the Climate at Barking Legs Theater

CHATTANOOGA, TN - The Healthy Energy Campaign of the Tennessee Chapter of the Sierra Club invites the public to attend the Concert for the Climate, a Tribute to a Clean Energy Future in the Tennessee Valley, on Sunday, May 19th at the Barking Legs Theater in Chattanooga. The concert will begin at 4:00PM.

Michael Gray, storyteller and radio-host of the River City Sessions on WUTC will join musicians from the Folk School, including instructor Matthew Evans on stage for live performances.

The Healthy Energy Campaign is a statewide grass-roots effort to urge the Tennessee Valley Authority to deliver more energy efficiency and integrated, renewable energy sources through local power distributors, including the Chattanooga Electric Power Board.

More information on the Healthy Energy Campaign can be found at

WHO: Healthy Energy Campaign of the Tennessee Chapter of the Sierra Club

WHAT: Concert for the Climate

WHEN: Sunday, May 19, 2013 at 4:00PM

WHERE: Barking Legs Theater, 1307 Dobbs Avenue, Chattanooga

VISUALS: Active, diverse crowd with bright tee-shirts, people writing letters to Harold De Priest



Megan Spooner, (646)[masked], [masked]

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  • Alice D.

    Loved the folk music, really inspired me. I came home & wrote a song I am taking to sing at the Anti-fracking Rally in Nashville on Wed.
    THANKS Megan & Barb for coordinating this event.

    May 20, 2013

  • Megan S.

    What a privilege to be among such nice folks.... We heard some bad jokes, wonderful stories, sweet and inspiring music, and more than a few kick-ass letters advocating for energy-efficiency from a personal perspective... drum-box and all.

    Some very important work done, connections made...THANKS to EVERYONE who contributed there energy to this event, whether you got caught in the rain--or--made a promise to complete another draft of your letter and send it my way (Don't forget to write it, now)(I'm waiting!).


    1 · May 20, 2013

  • Corey

    Great event! This was fun, entertaining, and a great activism activity.

    1 · May 19, 2013

  • Corey

    Great meetup, I enjoyed the music and storytelling! Letter writing is a great step. I would like to see a group collaboration to develop a petition on,, or other online democratic petition resource. Also, everyone is invited to attend the meetup hosted by my group to discuss the Hill City Community Garden project. You can learn more about "Chattanooga Compost Soil Share and Community Garden Meetup" and the event details for Tuesdays meetup at Additionally, the crowd-funding and volunteer resource campaign for the Hill City project is at In regards to energy efficiency for this neighborhood I am trying to work with Aries Solar, Irby Electrical Distribution, and hopefully EPB to install energy efficient systems to save money and electricity for this North Chatt neighborhood.

    May 19, 2013

  • Megan S.


    I plan on lettering your sing :)


    May 18, 2013

  • Megan S.

    Hi Alice, That's wonderful and very good to hear. Thank you...we've got plenty to do! See you then :)

    May 17, 2013

  • Alice D.

    Megan, I will be there to help with my husband Jim. Barb told me to be there about 3:15 to help you as a rep from the Sierra Club.

    1 · May 17, 2013

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