With winter—and cold weather heating bills approaching—Building Together Baltimore is offering a free energy efficiency workshop for local residents.
The workshop will be held from noon to 3 p.m. on Dec. 8, at St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church, 7834 Eastern Ave.
The seminar will teach residents about energy efficiency and "empower them to make improvements in their homes that will help save them money, remain warm and dry and help protect the environment," according to a statement about the program.
The program will explore how energy habits affect power bills and highlight the most wasteful habits to avoid; discuss no-cost and low-cost energy saving tips; and offer hands-on demonstrations of window caulking and other critical improvements.
Workshop leaders hope attendees will leave the program "with a concrete understanding of how to make their homes more energy efficient," according to the statement.
The event is free and includes lunch and door prizes. Call 410-889-2710 to reserve your spot.
Organizers encourage you to spread the word to others who may be interested in attending.