TV Turnoff Week
Millions of people all over the world have participated in TV-Turnoff Week since it began in 1995. Children and adults, rich and poor - people from every background and all walks of life - take part through schools, churches, or community groups, as families or individuals. Turning off the television gives us a chance to think, read, create, and do. To connect with our families and engage in our communities. To turn off TV and tune into life.
Sound like fun? It is! Join
thousands of individuals and families by celebrating TV-Turnoff Week 2007: