Wed Feb 28, 6:30-9pm This delightful and inspiring film features young people speaking out, creating solutions, changing laws, more - click on the title
changing minds and changing society as they reduce the carbon footprint of their homes, schools and communities. From Great Barrington to Germany and beyond, by their inspiring efforts, these young people show us that action is the antidote to fear.
Edie Heinemann, film committee member, says this is “an uplifting look at where we can go if we allow today's youth to lead us.”
This is the first of three films featuring Youth organized by Greening Greenfield & Traprock Center for Peace & Justice. Click on "Film & Discussion Series" for more information.
WHERE: First Congregational Church, 43 Silver Street, Greenfield. Please park behind the church and come in the back door
WHEN: 6:30 PM - 9 PM Refreshments are served
Films are free, although free-will donations are gratefully accepted.
Questions? Want to make a film recommendation call 773-5165.
For snow cancellation information, call 774-3449.
Greening Greenfield is a group of concerned citizens working with residents, businesses and town government to make Greenfield a more sustainable and vibrant place to live.
The Traprock Center for Peace and Justice works in community to end violence against Earth, her people, and all living things and to support all endeavors to bring about a just world.