I’ve dropped the ball this year when it comes to International Fibromyalgia Awareness Day (it’s been hard enough keeping my own s#!t together…know what I mean?) but that doesn’t mean others haven’t been picking up the slack.
Here is some of the stuff going on near you:
The CN Tower in Toronto, Ontario, Canada will light up blue, purple and green as part of International May 12th Light Up the Night. Each light show will run for 8 minutes at the top of every hour. You can watch via Toronto’s skyline webcam located at http://toronto.webcampak.com
City Hall in Toronto, Ontario, Canada will be lighting up blue and purple.
The City Halls of Brampton, Mississauga and Ottawa will all light up AND the day will be proclaimed in each city.
Halifax City Hall in Nova Scotia, Canada and BC Place Stadium in Vancouver BC…
Canada Place – Sails of Light, Convention Centre West, Jack Poole Plaza and Science World in British Columbia; Banbridge, Armagh Gaol, Craigavon Civic Centre in Northern Ireland; Charlottetown PEI City Hall and the Peace Bridge between the Canada and US border will be lit with all three colours.
The Sealife Centre in Brighton UK will be lit up during the day.
In Japan, Aomori Prefecture Tourist Center, Aspam, will be blue on May 12th, again. In addition, in Akita Prefecture, there will also be blue light up event happening for the first time at the CFS/ME doctor, Dr. Miura`s satellite clinic in Sotoasahikawa on May 12-13th.
Borås City, Sweden has a huge accumulator tank for warm district heating water. It will be lit up blue with 5 000 led lights.
To my own country, Council House in Perth, WA, Australia will light up.
And AAMI Park in Melbourne…