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SPECIAL EVENT | ROCspot makes s'mores 

ROCspot is using solar ovens to throw a s'mores party to kick off a schedule of educational events in reaction to the National Week of Making (which took place June 17-23). ROCspot is a non-profit organization that educates the public about solar power while slowly making our city greener. The organization has gained more than 20 partners within the last year, and has already made 25 solar installations around the city. For the upcoming free event, ROCspot will help attendees build solar ovens which will then be used to roast s'mores — all materials and ingredients provided.

The ROCspot s'mores celebration will take place Wednesday, June 29, at Cobbs Hill Park, near the pond on Culver Road. 5:30 p.m. More information can be found at


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