TORONTO, ONTARIO, Jun. 5, 2010 (Marketwire) -- You've been to a drive-in movie, but have you ever been to a bike-in movie? On Saturday, June 5, local residents in Toronto are encouraged to bike (walk or take transit) to Metro Hall Parkette for a free outdoor screening of the classic movie, E.T.
Upon the grass, and underneath the starry sky, Toronto residents are invited to bring their own seating, such as blankets or lawn chairs, and snacks as they watch the show. Attendees will also have a chance to win great bike-related prizes.
Presented by WWF-Canada, the Bike-In Movie Nights are being held in support of their latest campaign Pin It for the Planet. The campaign encourages Canadians to shake up their car routine and use active, sustainable ways to go about daily travels to work, shop, school and play. WWF-Canada is encouraging Canadians to get out of their car, and then, as a sign of their commitment to the environment, to wear their car key pinned to their shirt. Pin it for the Planet is part of the Green CommUnity Program, supported by partial proceeds from the sale of plastic shopping bags by Loblaw Companies Ltd
WWF-Canada Presents an Outdoor Screening of E.T.
Show Time: 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. (weather permitting)
Location: Metro Square Parkette - 55 John Street, adjacent to Roy
Thompson Hall, near St. Andrew subway station
Learn More: www.wwf.ca/movie
How to Get Involved
From May 31 - June 6, Canadians are encouraged to try using sustainable, active transport instead of using the car. Participants can find more information and also win great prizes online at www.wwf.ca.
This news release and associated material can be found on wwf.ca