Join us in celebrating the world’s largest grassroots movement for the environment, Earth Hour.
We won’t be letting the rainy weather dampen our celebration of Earth Hour – the largest grass roots sustainable movement for the planet!
Our ‘Caring for our future’ event will move inside Campbelltown Arts Centre to escape what is predicted to be a wet and rainy night on Saturday 25 March.
So no need to pack the umbrella or poncho, just bring along a comfy cushion and we’ll have a warm tea or coffee waiting for you on arrival!
Experience Earth Hour with the local community, including Aboriginal descendants of those who have been living sustainably from this land for thousands of years through Council's 'Caring for our future' event.
Following the success of last year’s local Earth Hour event, this year will be even bigger, with an exciting range of free activities for all ages. ‘Caring for our future’ will take us on a journey into traditional and contemporary ways of connecting with the natural environment through hands-on and creative workshops delivered by local artists and Aboriginal Elders.
The scene will be set with dance, storytelling, hands-on artistic workshops and displays, before participants are invited to take a seat around a fire pit, under a starry sky, to experience traditional Dreamtime stories and dance performances by local Aboriginal people during Earth Hour from 8.30pm to 9.30pm.
Campbelltown’s ‘Caring for our future’ event is one of many initiatives happening around the globe to celebrate a brighter and more sustainable future, becoming part of an interconnected global community, committed to creating a sustainable world.
Come along and bring the family, and a comfy cushion to enjoy the night on! Fun for all ages.
There are no booking requirements for this event. If you would like to know more information contact Council's Environment team