Make Pinwheels For Peace on International Day of Peace to celebrate EVERY year September 21 showing your commitment at home, schools, parks. This is a wonderful project for CT kids of all ages and families together to show our wishes around the world! It is a visual public statement about peace.  Schools and Girl Scout troops . . . we have participated in both!  How about your front lawn or building corner?

Imagine – visualize “millions of pinwheels spinning in the wind – pinwheels in the United States, Great Britain, South America, Australia, the Middle East, Canada,  Africa, Europe and Asia;  pinwheels all over the world! – big pinwheels, small pinwheels;  pinwheels of all  shapes and sizes – colorful pinwheels, decorated with drawings, paintings, collages, photographs  – pinwheels with words of peace and harmony written on them – fields of pinwheels, pinwheels along roadsides, in schoolyards, in parks, pinwheels EVERYWHERE!”

Check out the world map online to see where we can find pinwheel locations in CT.  Do it yourself – make a pinwheel using the template online for Pinwheels for Peace International Day of Peace.

In today’s world, peace needs to be more than just a word. As part of the global peace initiative, this project has joined with Peace One Day.  Please visit their site for exciting Peace Day activities and educational resources.

Learn other community projects and ways to show your support read our Give to Others posts.

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