Halton Green Screens, Burlington


BurlingtonGreen Eco-Film Festival and Kids Naturally Magazine present Divide in Concord

Tuesday, March 22 2016, 6:30 pm Doors, 7:00pm Screening
Burlington Public Library (Central Branch), Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Admission: $5 CAD

“A fascinating, entertaining look at how persistence and citizen action still mean something in a corporate-controlled society.” – Michael Moore

This is a story about an 84 year-old-woman trying to take down the third largest industry in the world. Jean Hill, a self-proclaimed warrior, leads historic Concord, Massachusetts on America’s first environmental crusade to ban the sale of bottled water.

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This Movie Night is being held on World Water Day, Tuesday March 22, as the first screening of the BurlingtonGreen Eco-Film Festival.

The event will also be co-hosted by Kids Naturally Magazine, which currently has an initiative to get bottled water banned in Burlington. Click here to learn more or sign their petition. Click here to read their current issue, which includes an article by Halton Green Screens on the #HaltonWasteChallenge.

Come early to enjoy some complimentary refreshments and to get valuable information about the great initiatives of Halton Green Screens, BurlingtonGreen, and Kids Naturally. Doors open at 6:30pm.

March 22, 2016 at 6:30pm
Burlington Public Library (Central Branch)
2331 New St
Burlington, ON L7R 1J4
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