The most anticipated campus sale all year with the best prices in town on gently used futons, shelves, dorm sized refrigerators, lamps, rugs, dishes, clothes, school supplies and other random fun items. Sale runs Monday, August 25th to Wednesday, August 27th 10am-2pm.
Look for the trailers in F-lot behind security.
And don't forget the Barn Good Thrift Store is now open all year long, located between 5 and 7 University Avenue.
North Country 350 Alliance, a regional chapter of the environmental organization 350.org, is sending a 55-passenger bus filled with North Country folk to New York City on Sunday, September 21st to represent our region at the People's Climate March. The timing of the March matches up with a United Nations summit on the climate crisis. Along with tens of thousands of other activists - or, more accurately: mothers, fathers, students, farmers, business professionals, teachers, scientists, doctors, First Nations peoples, artists, and musicians - we'll demand a green economy, clean air and water, and a world safe from the perils of climate change! See you in the streets!
The bus cost will be $50 per person round trip. The bus will leave from Paul Smith's College in the morning on Sunday, 9/21, and will return that evening after the march. For more information and to reserve a seat on the bus e-mail Hannah Huber or David Smith.
To be put on the North Country 350 Alliance's email list, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please consider joining the St. Lawrence team of the Adirondack Youth Climate Summit if:
- You are interested in taking a leadership role in SLU's Climate Neutrality Journey
- You would like to spend two intensive days learning and planning with fellow SLU students and staff and sharing best practices with Colleges and Universities from the Northeast
- You want to eat great local food-two days of breakfast and lunch and one yummy dinner all for free
- You want to visit the Wild Center for free