Wood Festival

May 15, 2009toMay 17, 2009

We’re back at this years wood festival so come and join us for more pedal powered reggae, workshops, late night parties and the launch of our top secret new project “The Pedal Session” which will feature sessions pedal powered by some top bands at the festival!?? Shhhhhh

Again, a free pint will be on offer for anyone who cycles to the festival!

Energy Cafe Workshop

February 21, 2009
12:00 pmto4:00 pm

On the Saturday, 21st of Feb 09, we???ll be running a FREE 4h (noon start) workshop at the Energy Cafe at Gunpowder Park.??

Magnificent Revolution will help you if you interested in building your own bike powered generator!

You can discover how to use your own bike as part of a small power station, capable of powering computers, stereos, TVs and other small household appliances. This method makes a great use of your bike when you???re not riding it around town. You???ll find out about basic system design, how to asses your loads, generate power, storing your electricity using batteries, converting DC to AC by inverters, controlling and monitoring your power and lot more!

No need to bring anything, apart from enthusiasm, pen and pencil! So, see you there.

Site adress: The Field Station
overflow car park
Gunpowder Park
Sewardstone Road
Waltham Abbey
Essex EN9 3GP

directions: www.gunpowderpark.org/site , email: pilotpublishing@googlemail.com or phone: 07791246022 / 07947367463

Library House Workshop

February 28, 2009

On the 28th of Feb, we’ll be running a FREE (4h, from 3pm till 7pm ) workshop at the Library House (details below) in Brixton as part of mini Eco Fair organised by the People’s republic of Southwark

Magnificent Revolution will help you if you interested in building your own bike powered generator!

You can discover how to use your own bike as part of a small power station, capable of powering computers, stereos, TVs and other small household appliances. This method makes a great use of your bike when you???re not riding it around town. You???ll find out about basic system design, how to asses your loads, generate power, storing your electricity using batteries, converting DC to AC by inverters, controlling and monitoring your power and lot more!

No need to bring anything apart from enthusiasm, paper and pen!

THE LIBRARY HOUSE
52 Knatchbull road (entrance on Burton rd, behind Minet library) SE5 9QY.
Nearest tubes : Brixton, Oval, Kennington.
Nearest train : Loughborough junction.
Nearest buses : P5 or Brixton road (3/N3, 59, 133/N133, 159/N159, 415.
stop: loughborough road)

Check The Library House Website : http://thelibraryhouse.wordpress.com
The Library House is a social center in Brixton Camberwell
Contact us if you want to be on our mailing list and be informed about the
events there :) libraryhouse??????at??????lists.riseup.net

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