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Global Climate Strike

Global Climate Strike Halifax

Friday, September 27, 11:00 AM
Victoria Park, K'jipuktuk Halifax
South Park St
Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 2K8, Canada
On Friday Sept 27, Strike from work, school and business as usual to support the youth movement and demand real climate action NOW. **THE YOUTH WANT YOUR HELP - THEY WANT YOU TO GET INVOLVED. PLEASE SHARE & SPREAD THE WORD: This September 20 -27, 2019 -- The youth of Halifax would like you to join them! There will be daily events all week, planned by multiple organizations and the youth - building up to the BIG GENERAL STRIKE DAY on Friday Sept 27, meeting at Victoria Square Park at 11am. EVERYONE IS NEEDED AND WELCOME. List of events by day: THE BIG BIG DAY: FRIDAY SEPT 27: GENERAL STRIKE - EVERYONE NEEDED! 11am meet at Victoria Park (Spring Garden and South Park St) The marching route will cover some distance, so bring your signs, your voices and your walking shoes! Most of all, bring your neighbours, your friends and your family. PLEASE COME!! HELP THE YOUTH DEMAND CLIMATE ACTION NOW!! ___________ Other events: FRIDAY SEPT 20: --2 EVENTS!- INTERFAITH GATHERING AND CLIMATE CHANGE RALLY - to honour the victims of climate change: 12 noon, Grand Parade Square on Barrington. see event details here: organized by concerned citizens of Halifax - AND - then the YOUTH NATIONAL DIE-IN: (also on Friday Sept 20) meeting at 3:30 pm at Mumford Bus Terminal. (then going together to the secret Die-in location for a 4pm start) The Die-in will happen simultaneously by youth activists across Canada! ------------------------------ SATURDAY SEPT 21: ART-BUILD at Quinfest 11-3pm, Quinpool Road, Halifax. Poster making and more, to prepare for the big rally! ALSO: Community WATER WALK in Tatamagouche - meet at 9am at the Snowmobile Club on Warwick Mtn Rd in Tatamagouche. email [email protected] -- Hannah Martin, for more info. ALSO, SAT SEPT 21 in HALIFAX: Public talk: 'Heading for extinction and what to do about it'. 3:30 to 5pm, Halifax North Memorial Library, on Gottingen St -by Extinction Rebellion - all welcome. ---------------------------------------------------------- SUNDAY SEPT 22: COMMUNITY GARDENING - building a vision for the future- we will grow what we want to see in our city. 10am and on - Halifax location TBA - ALSO on Sept 22: HALIFAX VEG FEST, 10-5 at the Forum ----------------------------------------------------- MONDAY SEPT 23: Public Talk: 'Heading for extinction and what to do about it'. Halifax Central Library: Lindsay Children's Room, 3-4:30 pm by Extinction Rebellion - all welcome AND (also on Mon Sept 23): OPEN MIC HOUSE CONCERT: 7pm: 2539 Agricola St. -musical performers TBA - fundraiser for STOP ALTON GAS legal fund --------------------------------------------------------------- TUESDAY SEPT 24: BAKE SALE! -organized by Our Time Halifax fundraiser for Water Protectors, Stop Alton Gas legal fund 11-4pm, Dalhousie Campus - exact location TBA ALSO: David Suzuki and Stephen Lewis -Climate First Tour - in support of the youth rallies across Canada! 7pm Dalhousie Arts Centre - $14 to $26 tickets at: ------------------------------------------------------------- WEDNESDAY SEPT 25: PAINT THE TOWN! 3:30pm, meet outside Halifax Central Library join the youth and create messages to demand climate action ALSO 6pm -FILM SCREENING: "Standing Rock Parts 1 and 2" "Sacred Water" and "Red Power" directed by Michelle Latimer, 2017, 110 minutes) at the Khyber Centre for the Arts. as part of The Radical Imagination Film and Discussion Series -------------------------------------------------------------- THURSDAY SEPT 26: PARTY FOR THE PLANET! Concerts, poster making, and Sustainable Zero Waste Market all day - 9am to 9pm Granville Mall - Duke and Granville St ALSO: Whose Water Is it, Anyway? Book launch and public Talk with Maude Barlow, Council of Canadians - 7pm, Maritime Museum of the Atlantic ------------------------------------------------------------- NOTE: More events are welcome! Send a message to this (sea kayak) page, or register your climate action event on the website (works on a computer but not a mobile phone) -and we'll add your event to the list! Please try to choose a date/time that will compliment the current schedule. The more action the better. Thank you! This date has been chosen by Greta Thunberg, Climate Strike Canada, School Strike 4 Climate Halifax, 350 .org, Earth Strike and many international climate movements. Contact the youth organizers at: [email protected] twitter @ss4cHFX