Jack Lessenberry, internationally renowned writer, commentator, and political analyst, will headline a wide-ranging program of experts at this year’s Michigan Energy Fair. As a special guest speaker, Mr. Lessenberry will be featured on Saturday, June 25, at 12PM, at the Ingham County Fairgrounds Community Hall, 700 E. Ash St., Mason. Jack Lessenberry is known as head of the journalism faculty at Wayne State University and WUOM-FM’s senior political analyst where he delivers daily essays and commentary on important Michigan issues.
Rain or shine, the Michigan Energy Fair on June 24 & 25 will welcome thousands of visitors to engage with 100 exhibitors, hands on activities for kids, electric vehicle ride n’ drive, 35 free workshops, and local food. Ask a solar expert, build your own small wind turbine, learn about zero energy homes, or learn about financing options for energy improvements – it’s all covered at the Fair. The event is open to the public and welcomes anyone to attend …homeowners, business owners, students, teachers and the curious. The Fair attracts those who want to take control of their utility bills, prepare homes and businesses for emergencies, and learn sustainable living practices.
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