Electric Vehicles are here and will be playing an important part in our lives. We had a display of EVs that are locally owned and operated, thanks to the generosity of several of our friends and neighbors who have already taken this step into the future. We had a variety of fully electric vehicles for you to see, with a different set during each of four periods (Saturday and Sunday mornings and afternoons). Owners were standing by to answer some of the most frequently asked questions (like, how far can it go, how long does it take to charge, what is it like driving one) and describe their experiences as EV owners.
In addition to the vehicles and owners below there were additional EV items for display including various lawn and yard maintenance equipment and a snowblower. And don’t forget the Electric Bicycles that will also be available for you to experience.
*Available for viewing throughout the weekend.
|Day and Time||Vehicle||Owner(s)|
|Saturday 10:00 AM – 1:30 PM||2020 Tesla Model Y||Sandy and Suzanne Rena|
|2021 Ford Mach E||Susannah Whipps|
|2017 Chevrolet Bolt||
|1985 John Deere Model 1050 – Tractor Conversion*||Mark Fellows|
|Saturday 1:30 – 4:30 PM||2021 Toyota Prius Prime Hybrid Plug-In||
Howard Mathison and Mari Rovane
|2022 VW ID4 AWD with Trailer Hitch||
|2015 Fiat 500 E||
Claire Chang and John Ward
|2022 Tesla Model 3||Joanna Grand|
|Sunday 10:00 AM – 1:30 PM||2021 Chevrolet Bolt||Lauri Didonato|
|2020 Toyota RAV 4 Prime Hybrid Plug-In||Debra Kelly|
|2022 Ford Maverick Hybrid Pickup||Richard Gallo|
|2020 Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor||Max Feldman|
|Sunday 1:30 – 4:30 PM||2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV||Brad Compton|
|2022 Tesla Model Y||Claire Chang and John Ward|
|2022 Rivian RIT||Greg and Chris Pellerin|
|2022 Subaru Crosstrek Plug-in Hybrid||Kim Wallach|