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Visit the official Power Shift site at powershiftwr.org

 

POWER SHIFT

April 16-22, 2017

 

Here in the Region of Waterloo we are lucky to have a reliable supply of energy - for lighting our homes, charging our phones and fueling our transportation. It’s so reliable that it’s practically invisible. We often don’t recognize its value until the power is out.       

 

Power Shift is an events and communication campaign that sparks conversations about the Region of Waterloo’s relationship with energy. This Earth Week, check out events for children, adults and families hosted by local organizations around Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo and shift how you think about power.

 

PowerShift 04-23-2016 Soren Hermansen Lecture & Family Energy Fair presented by WGSI as part of Power Shift 2016

EVENT CALENDAR

For specific event questions, please contact the event host directly (ex. for questions about STEAM Storytime at Idea Exchange - Hespeler, contact Idea Exchange - Hespeler directly). Contact information and link to the event at the host organization's website are found in the event descriptions below. Use the Filters function (funnel icon) to sort Power Shift events by: Location (Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo); Audience (Adults, Children, Families, Teens); Fee (Cost, Free) and Ticketing (Drop in, Registration required).

 

 

 

 

 

Many thanks to our growing list of Power Shift 2017 partners:

  • CIGI
  • Climate Action Waterloo Region
  • Community Access Bikeshare
  • Community Car Share
  • Green Energy Doors Open
  • Energy+
  • ​Idea Exchange
  • Kitchener Public Library
  • Perimeter Institute
  • rare Charitable Research Reserve
  • REEP Green Solutions
  • Region of Waterloo
  • Sustainable Waterloo Region
  • THEMUSEUM
  • TravelWise
  • Union Gas
  • University of Waterloo
  • Waterloo Public Library
  • Waterloo Region Environmental Network
  • YMCA Teen Drop-In Zone
  • YWCA of Cambridge

     

Interested in joining Power Shift 2017?
Contact WGSI's Community Programming Coordinator Kate Pearce

For more information and media coverage from Power Shift 2016: