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From 22 to 30 March, Muscovites will be able to attend lectures, film screenings and master classes.
Mospriroda invites you to take part in a program aimed at drawing attention to global environmental problems, issues of saving resources in everyday life, the topic of global warming Guests are waiting for lectures, film screenings and thematic classes. Events will be held on the eve of the environmental action “Earth Hour”.
March 22 at 14:00 on Ostrovityanova Street (Building 10) will tell about why the rally is held on March 30. Young visitors waiting for creative occupation. Detailed information can be obtained by phone: +7 (495) 336-35-38. Free admission.
March 29 at 12:00 in the library number 171 (Tarusskaya Street, Building 14, Building 2) will read the tales and stories of Anatoly Onegov, Alexei Liverovsky and other writers. Also guests are waiting for games and riddles. The age limit is 4+. Detailed information can be obtained by phone: +7 (495) 426-00-22. Free admission.
In the “On Shokalsky” ecoclass (Shokalsky Drive, Building 29, Building 5, Sector 6) on March 24 at 12:30 pm, there will be a screening of the documentary “Land Under Water”. The tape will make you think about what practical steps need to be taken in the field of energy and resource conservation, so as not to increase the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Prior registration is required by phone: +7 (499) 477-11-97.
On March 27, at 14:00, the Earth Hour lesson (Izmailovskaya Paseka village, 1) will take place in the Bee Wednesday environment lecture hall. Guests will get acquainted with the symbols of the ecological action and learn how climate change affects water resources and every inhabitant of the planet. Details can be clarified by phone: +7 (499) 166-36-87. Free admission.
Eco Center “Horse Yard” (Metallurgov Street, 41) invites March 30 at 5:00 pm to a thematic lesson on the environmental action “Earth Hour” Additional information can be obtained by phone: +7 (495) 672-88-65. The event is designed for children over seven years old.
In the circle “Young biologist” (Lipetskaya street, possession 5a) on March 27 at 15:30 there will be a thematic lesson where participants will draw up their “green card”. Details can be clarified by phone: +7 (495) 326-46-74. Free admission.
March 28 at 14:00 will begin the meeting “Earth Hour”. It will be held as part of the Green Library project in the Russian State Children’s Library (Kaluzhskaya Square, 1). Visitors will be given a lecture on “The Hour of Darkness: Much or Little?”. The event is designed for children over seven years old. For more information, please call: +7 (495) 426-00-22. Free admission.
In the class “Nature Workshop” of the Green Planet Club (Rodionovskaya Street, Building 2), participants will make candlesticks from natural materials. The event will be interesting for children over five years old. The master class will be held March 28 at 16:00. Detailed information – by phone: +7 (499) 557-03-48.
An interactive quiz on resource saving and a master class on painting glass candlesticks will be held on March 30 from 14:00 to 16:00 in the park “Fairy Tale” (Krylatskaya street, 18). The event is designed for children over six years old. Additional information can be obtained by phone: +7 (499) 726-61-75. Free admission.
The international environmental campaign “Earth Hour” has been held in the capital since 2009 by the Government of Moscow together with WWF Russia. In 2011, the city turned off the lights on 60 buildings, and in 2018 – already at 1938 sites. To join the “Earth Hour”, it is enough to turn off the light in the house on March 30 from 20:30 to 21:30.
This year’s “Earth Hour” action will be joined by 15 parks of the Moscow Department of Culture. For example, in Gorky Park the lamps on a ten-meter arch main entrance. In “Tsaritsyn” turn off the lights on the facades of the Grand and Small Palaces, as well as the Opera and Bread House. The main venue of the event, as in the past year, will be Zaryadye Park.
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