Earth Hour started back in 2007 in Sydney, Australia as a grassroots movement for the environment.  Whatever side of the political spectrum you are on, and even if you don't believe in global warming, you hopefully realize that we only have one planet and we need to at least try to keep it healthy.

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Earth Hour focuses on the loss of nature and also climate change.  Nature itself is a huge part of preventing climate change and the more it's destroyed, the worse off our planet is.  While it started as something simple, just shutting off your lights on the last Saturday in every March, it's turned into much more. It helps to make a point that people do care about our planet and has helped to drive legislative change for the better, all across the planet.

The Lake Superior Zoo, of course being all about nature, is inviting you to celebrate Earth Hour with them.  On Saturday, March 27th from 7:00-9:00PM, this primarily outdoor event will feature a candlelit pathway leading to a campfire with complimentary popcorn, music, and beverages to purchase.  There will also be a scavenger hunt and even fire dancing by the Spin Collective.

It will be a nice night out for the whole family celebrating our beautiful planet and the efforts to preserve it.  The Lake Superior Zoo will of course have health and safety measures in place to help keep everyone as safe as possible.  To find out more about this great event including details on admission and booking your tickets for the evening, you can visit their website HERE.

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