| Earth Hour comes round again - on 29 March 2008. It's a new passtime in Sydney where it originated last year and citizens have devised all kinds of ways to spend a low energy hour - candle light picnics and dinners, games in the dark, even dancing in the dark. The Dances of Universal Peace have comes up with an evening of spiritual dancing in the park. It's open to everyone, easy to join in, and will be held at Berry Island Reserve, Shirley Rd, Wollstonecraft on Sydney's North Shore, from 6 to 9pm. As you approach, you will be guided by the sound of drums, guitar and perhaps other instruments, with singing and spiritual phrases from many of the world's religions. The focus will be on peace.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0417 285 627.
Families are particularly welcome - yes, children and youngsters love the Dances, too!
Easy to get there by train, bus or car.
Earth Hour will be celebrated internationally, this time around. If you're in one of the other cities, we will be watching to see how you go - that includes: Chicago, Copenhagen, Tel Aviv, Toronto - and who knows where else people will hear of this and take their ever greater steps towards a low energy, low polluting, low carbon world?
Labels: Earth Hour, Sustainability