Powerware Parties!

Powerware Parties are fun, interactive gatherings of 10-20 people who are interested in becoming more "power-aware." They are ideal for hosting within an affiliated community such as a workplace, faith community, neighborhood association, or school. Frederick County also hosts a monthly Powerware Party for any interested residents. See schedule at right.

Modeled loosely after Tupperware parties, but without a product purchasing focus, participants can expect interactive activities about how households use energy, demonstrations of simple energy saving devices, information about how to get involved with the Green Homes Challenge, and energy saving gifts!
Powerware Party

Organize a Powerware Party for Your Friends, Colleagues or Community

Anyone can host a Powerware Party. All that is required of Powerware Party Hosts is to:
  • Plan a date, time and location
  • Send invitations and track RSVPs
  • Provide refreshments
Representatives from the Sustainability Office do the rest! You can find all the details and support materials for hosting your party by reading the Powerware Party Host Packet.

Groups That Have Hosted Powerware Parties

  • Advocates for Homeless Families
  • All Saints Episcopal Church
  • BP Solar
  • Brunswick Community
  • Chesapeake Conservation Corps
  • Eco-Action Girl Scouts
  • Emmitsburg Business & Professional Assoc.
  • Frederick Community College
  • Frederick County Government
  • Frederick County Nature Council
  • Girl Scout Troop 81155
  • Myersville Green Team
  • Oakdale Middle School
  • Spring Ridge Community
  • State Farm Employees
  • The Tajalli Family in Farmbrook
  • The Tartaglia Family in Myersville
  • Wells Fargo Green Team
  • The Williams Family in Frederick
  • Thurmont Sportsman Club
  • Town of Myersville Parks and Recreation
  • The Yarmus Family in Middletown https://www.frederickcountymd.gov/DocumentCenter/View/17932
Green Ambassadors Katie Tartaglia, David Barrow, and Dawn and Curtis Nelson lead a Powerware Party