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A HOPE PROJECT
Sep 19 – Sep 25
A Hope Project was created by three teens. It is a public art installation that tells a progressive story on yard signs illustrating hope and some actions we can each take to protect planet Earth. The signs are on Lynn Street between Eldridge Ave. and Northwest Ave and will be for approximately six months. The naming of A HOPE PROJECT, the logo and the images were all made by Sylvia, Lilly and Raya.
A HOPE PROJECT presents ideas to protect planet Earth. You too can write your ideas or draw a picture of an invention that you think will help to fix the climate crises. Put those ideas & inventions on a postcard and mail it to someone important to you. A grandmother. An uncle. Or a senator! We’ve got postage stamps and a mailbox!
Signs will be posted on the length of Lynn Street between Eldridge Ave and Northwest Ave (corner of Yeager’s).
From A Child’s Point of View
Prize Drawing/Event Feedback
Receive a prize drawing entry for up to five events you attend during Climate Action Week! Three prize drawing winners will be selected to choose between a solar backpack, waterproof bike bag, energy efficiency kit, or zero waste shopping kit.
For each entry, you must submit a brief online feedback form for the event you attended and include a unique codeword for that event. To obtain the codeword for A HOPE PROJECT, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is part of the City’s ALL IN for Climate Action Week. Find a full list of events.