The Swing Dance Association of Victoria invites everyone to turn off their lights, go down to St. John's Hall for Nothin But Swing and learn how to swing dance.
Get into Earth Hour, the JunoFest way. Head down to the JunoFest WestJet stage (corner of Granville and Robson) for a free concert starting at 8:15.
Check out the stars at the University of Alberta's FABservatory on the roof of the Fine Arts Building. During the hour, you can observe star clusters, the crescent moon and Saturn.
Starting at 8:00 pm, the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra will perform Vivaldi's Four Seasons in the Jack Singer Concert Hall at the EPCOR Concert Centre.
Everyone is welcome to bring a beeswax candle and join in an evening of story-telling, prayer, music and fellowship at the Mayfair United Church.
Fort Garry United Church has an evening of outdoor fun planned for Earth Hour, including games, singing and roasting marshmallows.
David Usher, Tal Bachman, After Tuesday and Derek James Tilley will take the stage at the Barrie Earth Hour Music Festival, starting at 4:30pm.
The Green Party is hosting a vigil on Parliament Hill, starting at 8pm at the Eternal Flame. Afterward, they will retire to the Darcy McGee Pub at the corner of Sparks and Elgin.
Check out the free concert at Nathan Phillips Square including performances by Suzie MacNeil, Crash Parallel, Karl Wolf, The Matt York Band. The evening starts at 7:00pm.
Check out the art at Ideas in the Dark taking place at La Societe des arts technologiques, including live music and artists creating in the dark.
The Town of Stratford and the Prince Edward Island RASC have planned an astronomy night starting at 8:30pm in Tea Hill Park, weather permitting.
The Lotus Blue Cafe is hosting a candlelight dinner.
Singer/Songwriter Dan McKinnon will perform an unplugged, totally acoustic concert at The Music Room.