Happy Friday, peeps! It’s only one week away to Good Friday, and if you haven’t got any plans but would like to do something meaningful, read on!
My friend has been working with with a non-profit organisation, Ground-Up Initiative, to launch the very 1st Earth Day celebration in Singapore. It’s taking place on 22nd April (falls on Good Friday this year) as part of a global celebration, so if you do drop by to take part, you will be part of something really BIG! Earth Day was founded in 1970 and it was intended to create awareness for our natural environment. In the recent year or two, M and I have been a lot more conscious in our recycling efforts thanks to the heightened awareness here in UK; I didn’t know much about Earth Day then, and even though I am no qualified spokesperson for taking care of our natural environment, we can make a difference in the smallest of ways and I think this event is a great way to get involved!
I’ve been told that there will lots of artist-led creative workshops, installation & performances, yummy plant-based food on that day, so do visit Earth Day in Singapore for the programme! Registration for workshops will be opening soon, so keep your eyes peeled! Link up with the event via Facebook and Twitter, and tell all your friends about it! Happy weekend, everyone, and hopefully I’ll get a spot of time over the next two days to let you in on my next food adventure. Till then, x.