This year marks the 2nd anniversary for Lights Out Hartford!
Hartford will continue its sustained commitment to become energy conscious by turning off the lights on April 25, 2013. Lights Out Hartford started in 2012 when landmark buildings representing 1.75 million square feet committed to energy efficiency by turning off their unused lights on Earth Day weekend. The goal of the program has expanded to establish a sustained reduction in the use of non-essential electricity by all buildings throughout the greater Hartford area. Participants are asked to sign a pledge of their commitment to energy conservation. Help us get 10 million square feet under pledge, take the pledge!
What will happen?
At 10:00pm, The Connecticut Science Center and other participating buildings throughout the Hartford will shut their unused office lights off to make a dramatic statement in honor of conservation. We will view the spectacular event from the unique vista offered by the Connecticut Science Center.
Why Join the Party?
Your $50 donation will be used to fund Rebuilding Together Hartford, a nonprofit, nonsectarian, volunteer organization dedicated to helping low-income homeowners, through home renovation and repair. It will go far to help provide underprivileged people in the Hartford area with safe, efficient and livable homes. Connect with like-minded professionals in the Connecticut energy community to create long term energy awareness.
Where to Eat?
Have Dinner at one of these fine restaurants and receive 10% off by showing your confirmation of payment, good on April 25th ONLY!
THE HARTFORD SKYLINE WILL HAVE NEVER LOOKED SO… CONSCIOUS!
When & Where
Connecticut Science Center
250 Columbus Blvd
Hartford, CT 06103
Thursday, April 25, 2013 from 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)