Earth 2015 at Olympic Plaza!
What a success! Thank you to all of the volunteers, the City of Calgary, Open Streets, and the other great organizations that participated!
We’re so proud that Ian the Erhu player came out and donated his time:
Bati the Story Teller donated his time and mesmerized the kids:
The Children loved our EcoVillage:
We’re helping host the City of Calgary’s first ever Earth Hour event at Olympic Plaza!
Power Down for the Planet!
What? Earth Hour a worldwide grassroots movement uniting people to protect the planet. In 2013, 7001 cities and towns in 154 countries and territories across all seven continents participated.
Who? This event is for all ages!
Where? Join us at Olympic Plaza for a family friendly party that will be ENTIRELY sustainably powered.
Why? Calgarians are united with the world in reducing our energy consumption
When? March 28, 2015 8:30pm-9:30pm local time. The challenge is to turn off ALL modes of power that rely on non-renewable energy sources.
6:00pm – 9:30pm: A host of engaging activities including bike generated music & lights, button-making, LED lantern making, FREE hot chocolate, pool, foosball, ping pong, Earth Hour photobooth, with a chance to win a fantastic grand prize!
8:00pm-8:30pm: A lantern/ LED light procession to exhibit and collectively celebrate powering down for the planet.
When posting use the hashtags: #earthhour2015 #earthhourcalgary and #arushacentre
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