The earthdancers put on their annual performances at Théâtre Du Nouvel-Ontario April 25-27.
In the face of ever-increasing threats to our environment, earthdancers - a dedicated group of young dancers - continues to work towards making a difference for tomorrow’s children, said a press release.
From re-greening our local communities and reducing our carbon footprint, to helping restore the bee population and preserving wildlife, these dedicated students have donated countless hours in an attempt to advocate for change and aid in the fight against environmental concerns.
And while the earthdancers have often been recognized for their efforts, there is a lot of evidence that the work of caring for our planet is not over.
Microplastics are now being found in Canadian waters at an alarming rate, the harmful effects of which are not yet fully understood by science.
This growing environmental concern will likely threaten our local community, which is known for its lakes.
Along with this, the earthdancers are determined to take a stand against growing issues such as climate change, the melting polar ice caps, pollution and water scarcity. They hope you will join them in their continued efforts to save tomorrow.
An important part of the Sudbury community for almost 30 years, earthdancers performances have raised over $160,000.
They exist today for the same reasons the group was founded decades ago – with a mission of making an impact for good in the world around them; being part of creating a sustainable earth and a better tomorrow.
Every cent raised through ticket sales will be donated to environmental causes.
Tickets cost $15 each. Visit letno.ca for tickets.