Sustainable Stillwater hosts a monthly event called
Green Drinks.

Green Drinks, an international phenomenon, is a regular gathering of people who work, volunteer or just have an interest in an environmental field or sustainable development. It’s a great way of catching up with people you know and making new contacts. Green Drinks is an organic, self-organizing network that is very simple and unstructured, but many people have made friends, found employment, developed new ideas, done deals and had moments of serendipity. (You can visit their official website for more information


2016 Green Drinks Schedule:

We start at 5:30 p.m. monthly and alternate between 2 locations:

Hideaway Pizza, 230 S. Knoblock St. on the first Monday of each odd month:  1/04, 3/07, 5/02, 7/11 (2nd Monday due to Independence Day), 9/12 (2nd Monday due to Labor Day), and 11/07 in 2016.
Space is reserved for us in the “Slice Side” coffee shop-like area in the north section of the restaurant.

Zannotti’s Wine Bar, 113 W. 7th Ave on the second Friday of each even month:  2/12, 4/08, 6/10, 8/12, 10/14, and 12/09 in 2016.
21 and over and you can order appetizers with your drinks.


Sustainable Stillwater Events

Sat 3/26     Stillwater Trash-Off, The City of Stillwater, 9:00am-Noon, meeting place: Stillwater Community Center at 315 W 8th Ave. Take to the street to help clean up your community. Hot dog lunch will be provided. We will be forming a Sustainable Stillwater Team. If you would like to join, please contact us at or send us a message on Facebook.

Promoted Events

Sat 4/23   Stillwater Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event, The City of Stillwater, 8:00am-1:00pm, Convenience Collection Center on 807 S. Perkins Road. Drop off your unwanted household pollutants free of charge! For a list of accepted items, visit the city’s page here.


4 Responses to Events

  1. sstw says:

    Sorry we missed it. When is your next one?

  2. sstw says:

    Check out the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association

  3. Matt Goddard says:

    Does anyone know any contacts or information about something called Ground-Source Heat Pumps ?? These are supposed to save a lot of energy/money, just wondering if anyone had experience using these to heat/cool their house…..

  4. Jackie Dill says:

    Hi, we will be having walks in Coyle again if anyone might be interested. Jackie