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Join us for WWF’s official Toronto Earth Hour celebration!

For everyone at WWF, Earth Hour is one of the highlights of the year – an opportunity for us to slow down and reflect on the world around us, where we’re going, and where we want to go.  Earth Hour is a chance to think about what climate change means to you, personally, and a chance to stand together with your community for the future you want, a future where climate change is no longer a threat.

Earth Hour

© Jeremiah Armstrong / WWF-Canada

In Toronto, we’ll be celebrating Earth Hour with the Riverside neighborhood at Queen St. East and Saulter St. Get ready for a great event for the whole family at this free outdoor concert. Together with the Riverside BIA and Ralph Thornton Centre, WWF is putting together a fantastic evening of music, fun and conversation on climate change.

7:45 pm | Concert kick off with the GLO Show Choir
8:15 pm | Remarks by David Miller, CEO of WWF-Canada and Paula Fletcher, City Councillor
8:30 pm | Lights off and moment of reflection
8:35 pm | Musical performance by the Lucas Stagg Band

Check out wwf.ca/earthhourto for all the details.

Why not turn Earth Hour into a full day of celebrations? Join Riverside for an afternoon of fun-filled and free activities for the entire family.

2-5 pm | Lantern making workshop with the Riverside Green Initiative
4 pm    | Environmental ArtWalk led by the Artist Network
4-6 pm | Recycled paper workshop with artist Janet F. Potter

For more information on the afternoon activities and to register, visit: Riverside-TO.com

We hope to see you there!