September 2013 Film Festival

Environmental Film Series & Discussions

A Free Senior Center Class Four Mondays in September

Sponsored by 100Grannies.org

Each Monday at 6:00 p.m.

September 9: Bag It – This documentary raises awareness of the many

issues concerning the ubiquity of plastic in our lives today. It is done in a

somewhat humorous way by a concerned couple expecting their first child in

Telluride, Colorado.

September 16: White Water, Black Gold-  Follow David Lavalee’s three

year journey from the ice fields to the oil fields. He crosses western Canada

from pristine mountain ice fields to the Tar Sands tailing ponds.

September 23: Bidder 70-  This documentary will inspire, educate and

motivate concerned citizens. It takes a courageous stand in support of our

environment. The film shows how one person can change the world!

September 30: Gaslands- Josh Fox has been following the fracking issue

since he was a young man. He has documented what he has seen including

the process, health effects and water quality.

Environmental Film Series & Discussions

A Free Senior Center Class Four Mondays in September

Sponsored by 100Grannies.org

Each Monday at 6:00 p.m.

September 9: Bag It – This documentary raises awareness of the many

issues concerning the ubiquity of plastic in our lives today. It is done in a

somewhat humorous way by a concerned couple expecting their first child in

Telluride, Colorado.

September 16: White Water, Black Gold-  Follow David Lavalee’s three

year journey from the ice fields to the oil fields. He crosses western Canada

from pristine mountain ice fields to the Tar Sands tailing ponds.

September 23: Bidder 70-  This documentary will inspire, educate and

motivate concerned citizens. It takes a courageous stand in support of our

environment. The film shows how one person can change the world!

September 30: Gaslands- Josh Fox has been following the fracking issue

since he was a young man. He has documented what he has seen including

the process, health effects and water quality.

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