Event photos and videos at the Beaches 4th Annual Earth Hour LIGHTS OUT! 2016
Beaches 5th Annual Earth Hour LIGHTS OUT! 2017
Saturday March 25,7:30-9:30 @ Kew Gardens Park (Queen St. E & Lee Ave.) Toronto!
Beachers and people from all around GTA get together to celebrate the Earth on the international Earth Hour Day, March 25. A fun evening from sunset to Lights-Out with live music while enjoying the darkness through Earth Hour. Under the bright stars the magic of Candlelight and Paper Lanterns illuminated Kew Gardens during Beaches annual Earth Hour LIGHTS OUT! Celebrations.
About LIGHTS OUT! – THE FIRST OUTDOOR EVENT OF THE YEAR, EARTH HOUR LIGHTS OUT BEACHES
What are you doing on Saturday March 25? Come and join the 5th Annual Beaches celebration of Earth Hour LIGHTS OUT! Together with Live Music, Dance, Lights Out Ceremony, Candlelight and Paper Lanterns. Drum up Earth Hour awareness while having lots of fun. Take the ONE Hour beyond!
LIVE MUSIC –
Come and join us dancing and sing-along and drum up the fun and Earth Hour Awareness Together!
Nick Lanaro of Blue Boy
Linda Lavender – Simple, powerful, neo-traditional folk that touches on jazz, blues, roots, and country. Originals, traditionals and unique covers.
Erwin Shack – Acoustic Fingerstyle Guitarist
Great Draw Prizes … Free draws at the event –
$50 gift certificate from Loblaws at Leslie&Eastern
$50 gift certificate from McDonalds on Eastern Avenue
Adult woman’s bike from Canadian Tire (Leslie & Lakeshore) Value $120
You can help us with this event by:
- Getting the word out to at least 10 of your friends and associates
- Distribute the event flyers on and near your streets
- Be an ambassador at the event
- Capture the event in all media forms; photography, video and any social media (Use Twitter hashtag #Beaches #EarthHour to join in on the conversation)
If you would like to help us at this event and other community events, contact us at 416.690.4269 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This event is presented in partnership between Beaches Living and Toronto Beaches Lions Club with support from the Boardwalk Place.