National Drive Electric Week
Oct 02, 2021
|Day:||Saturday, October 2, 2021|
|Time:||10:00 am - 3:00 pm EDT|
|Location:||Main St. Parking Lot
318 Main St.
Bethel, VT 05032
All attendees and volunteers are required to wear face masks whenever they are within six feet of another person at all National Drive Electric Week 2021 events. Please see this information about how to improve how your mask protects you. For more information, see our in-person event safety requirements.
BETHEL, VT CELEBRATES NATIONAL DRIVE ELECTRIC WEEK
We missed you last year! Are you curious about Electric Vehicles? Do you have one you would like to share?
This event is for you! We are pleased to provide you with an (outdoor, socially distanced) opportunity to forge ahead with the transition to a fossil fuel free future. This is our day to celebrate EV ownership in America. To celebrate the bold new technology that has risen up as a solution to climate change. Join us as we share experiences, resources, and collective wisdom, neighbor to neighbor. Invite your friends and neighbors along for a fun day of Electric Vehicle conversation!
Learn about Electric Vehicles
Share your experience
Enjoy a day in scenic Bethel, VT
8:30am Volunteer team leaders arrive & set-up begins
9:30am Electric vehicles & drivers arrive at White River Valley Middle School parking lot
9:55am EV parade (Middle School to Main St.)
10:00am EV Car Show opens!
Chat with representatives from Ted Green Ford
See a Level II charging station up-close!
Enter the raffle to win an electric lawn trimmer, courtesy of Green Mt. Power
Activity #1: Scavenger Hunt (fun giveaways!) Activity #2: Vote for Best in Show
2:30pm Announce results of Raffle, Best in Show, and Scavenger Hunt
2:45pm Thank you and closing remarks
3:00pm EV Car Show closes
From I-89 Exit 3: Coming off highway, turn right onto VT RT 107. Drive apx. 3 miles. At the 3-way intersection continue driving straight on VT RT 12 (follow the big fish!). Drive .5 miles, the Main St. Parking lot is on the right between Mascoma Bank and Town Hall. Please enter the parking lot by using the entrance closest to Town Hall.
Helpful hints for getting here!
Town Hall is a large brick building with a clock and steeple.
Bethel's Main St. is also VT RT 12
Register: Seeking EV owners! Register to be part of an EV Car Show at this event using the Participate button.
Check in: Please check in at the Bethel Energy Committee table when you arrive.
Power: The parking lot does not have a power supply (yet!). There is Level II charging available within ten miles at the Vermont Law School and Vermont Technical College.
To participate in the EV Scavenger Hunt: Share something unique about your EV with the City Captains by Sept 28 to help us create a fun game for visitors! We will compile these items into a scavenger hunt for event participants to fill out as they walk around the EV Car Show. Hint! Pick something that is both obvious to a passerby and unique to your car, i.e., "pink blanket", "fuzzy steering wheel cover" or "Hawaii license plate".
Questions: Contact Nicole: email@example.com, 763-2818
Update 9/22: Cody Chevrolet will not attend the event in 2021, and looks forward to joining us next year!
EV Parade Info and Directions
Information: The end of
the day parade will begin at 2:30pm. The length of the end of the day parade
route will be approx. 1-2 miles, and is expected to travel at 15-20 mph.
Directions: Drivers will follow RT 12 from the WRVMS to the Main St. Parking Lot in Bethel.
We look forward to seeing you on Oct 2nd!
Hosted by the Bethel Energy Committee
National Drive Electric Week is presented by Plug In America, the Electric Auto Association, Sierra Club, and EVHybridNoire
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There are currently 10 attendees registered.
Owners of These Vehicles Have Registered To Attend
|Nissan Leaf (2018+)||1|
|Tesla Model 3||1|
|Tesla Model S||1|
Registered attendees report 181,600 electric miles driven.