Winter heating costs have you worried? Do you want to cut your utility bills?
Learn ways to reduce your energy usage and make your home more comfortable and efficient. The seminar will review available programs that help you reduce energy usage.
A good kind of audit
The 2018 Town Wide Energy Assessment Campaign sponsored by the Wellesley Municipal Light Plant and National Grid is offering no-cost energy audits, free light bulbs and significant rebates and assistance on insulation, heating equipment and appliances. The seminar will familiarize you with the audit process
You are encouraged to bring your oil, gas and electric bills with you. Volunteers will help you determine your benchmark energy rating and assist with the audit process.
The seminars will be held at the Tolles Parsons Center, 500 Washington St.
Wednesday November 14, 1pm
Wednesday December 19, 1pm
Sign-up with the COA 781-235-3961. Walk-ins are welcome.
This program is sponsored by the Wellesley Sustainable Energy Committee.
Lean all about the Council on Aging
Start your day with a light breakfast at the Council on Aging (COA) on Monday, November 19, 7:30am to 8:45am and learn more about the programs, services and volunteer opportunities offered.
The COA invites senior residents who haven’t yet participated in COA programs or who haven’t visited the new Tolles Parsons Center (500 Washington Street) to come by before regular COA business hours to join Director Gayle Thieme and COA board members for a brief information session. Volunteers will be giving tours of the Tolles Parsons Center and its various meeting and activity rooms.
Registration for this event is now open; space is limited to 50 people. To sign up, email the COA or call 781-235-3961.