Last year, I celebrated Earth Hour with friends at my apartment playing the card game Spoons in the dark. We started off with a social yoga-ing, enjoying the relaxing evening under the starry sky and dug right into all of the delectable foods they all brought over. We lit some candles and pulled out our physical diagnosis pen light every so often to make sure we weren’t running into furniture. I had such a great time with all of my friends who came over to help make this statement about protecting planet earth.
So what do you plan on doing when the lights go out? 1,800 cities have already pledged to turn off their lights on March 28 at 8:30 p.m. for one hour. See which cities will go dark and get more information about the impact you can be making this Saturday.