Princeton plans Earth Hour Hotspot

Princeton residents will gather at Veterans square beginning at 8:30 p.m. to celebrate the Earth Hour challenge.

Fortis employee Jason Earle talks to John Allison Elementary students about Earth Hour

Fortis employee Jason Earle talks to John Allison Elementary students about Earth Hour

Saturday, March 31, at Veterans Square will be the place to be during Earth Hour 2012.

The Princeton Exhibition Association (PXA) will host the local Earth Hour hot spot beginning at 8:30 p.m.

Students from Kindergarten to grade three are invited to participate in the colouring contest. Students from grade four to seven are encouraged to create a poster (energy saving theme).

Dress up your dog, your bike and/or yourself and enter the glow-in-the-dark parade. Register for parade at 250-295-3535 or at the square on Saturday.

Kids can enjoy a scavenger hunt and the adults can join in a sing-along with the local talent of The Trubador.

A barbecue and refreshments will be available.