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DC – Environmental Film Screening – April 19 – Free

In celebration of Earth Day, Stone Soup Films is hosting a screening focused on environmental preservation to raise awareness about environmental quality protection and beautification efforts in the local nonprofit community and connect residents to local volunteer opportunities. Join them on Wednesday, April 19 at E Street Cinema (555 11th st NW) from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Attendees will view a series of compelling shorts produced by Stone Soup Films highlighting the work of local nonprofits and community anchor institutions to include:

  • Potomac Conservancy
  • University of the District of Columbia
  • Dumbarton Oaks Park Conservancy
  • Anacostia Waterfront Trust
  • Anacostia Watershed Society
  • Summit Foundation
  • Georgetown Heritage
  • Casey Trees
  • City Blossoms
  • Rock Creek Conservancy
  • Potomac River Keepers
  • Groundwork Anacostia DC

The evening will conclude with a short panel discussion/informational session with environmental advocates and nonprofit leaders about ways to get involved in the conscious conservation of our community through volunteerism. Confirmed panelists include: Mchezaji “Che” Axum (University of the District of Columbia), Katie Blackman (Potomac Conservancy/Capital MOVE), Doug Siglin (Anacostia Watershed Society), and Nadia Mercer (Friends of the National Arboretum). Liz Norton, founder of Stone Soup Films, will moderate.

Register for tickets here.