Featuring local food from Sustainable Harvest Farm, a USDA Certified Organic farm located in London, Kentucky, as well as other local agricultural producers.
Following the meal, the film be introduced by Dr. Morris Grubbs, editor of Conversations with Wendell Berry. Dr. Grubbs is currently the Assistant Dean in the University of Kentucky Graduate School. His book will be available for purchase at the event.
The film will begin at dark, approximately 8 p.m.
Only 50 dinner tickets will be sold.Dinner tickets ($48+tax) include film screening tickets.
Screening tickets ($6+tax) do not include food. Due to the nature of the event, no refunds will be given.
6:00 pm for food/drinks etc, movie starts at 8:15pm
Adults are $38 per person. Children aged 6-12 are $17 and kids 5 and under and free of charge. Print out your receipt and bring with you to the event for proof of purchase. This will be exchanged for your ticket to one free beer for adults.
Food & Drinks: One Beer with an adult ticket and kids drinks are included in your cost. California Food Truck will be providing food for purchase along withThe Aero Bar and Actual Food for beverage purchases. Come movie-time, popcorn will be available free of charge.
Marketplace: We are working on providing a marketplace of sorts for our guests that include a range of local makers and shakers for items to purchase. Once this list is complete, we will send out an email to our guests and announce on social media.
What to do and bring: We will have designated parking areas when you arrive to the farm close to the screening site. We also suggest you BYOB (bring your own blanket.)
Presented by: Abundance GTA and the National Farmers Union (NFU) GTA and the new Local Food Advocates Network Also supported by: GreenNeighbours21, and Councillor Joe Mihevc Ward 21
*6pm: Bake Oven Potato Bar with all the fixings ($6)
Let's have a garbage-free event! Please bring your own eating utensils and cups! (we'll have a few for purchase if you forget yours)
*7pm: Film Screening, conversation to follow (suggested donation $5)
Pavilion at GMHS. Free and open to the public. This community screening is made possible by Dickinson Equipment, Inc., Fredericksburg, Virginia
Co-sponsored by the Vanderbilt Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society, the Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy, and Vanderbilt Cinema and Media Arts.
5:15PM-6:35PM Screening of Look and See
6:35PM-7:30PM Panel discussion by Vanderbilt faculty and community leaders
Admission is free and open to the public
Screening is free and open to the public
Hosted by Nourish Knoxville and Slow Food Tennessee Valley
Burrito. will be stationed outside from 5pm to 9pm with their signature mission-style burritos featuring local ingredients. Come early to grab a beer and burrito, then settle in to watch the film at 7pm.
Details and Ticket link coming soon
Details and Ticket info coming soon
Hosted by Pixel & Timber in partnership with BluEarth Branding
The film will be screened at 12PM & 4PM
Between screenings, connect with your community of local farmers, chefs, and supporting vendors in our Fall Farmer's Market, held in The Carnegie's gallery space.
This is event is free to the public, but please RSVP to guarantee seating.
Finally, The Carnegie asks that if you are attending and value the continued restoration of its historic location, that you offer a $1 donation. Donation is not required for atttendance though certainly much appreciated, and donation boxes will located discretely be at the theater entrance/exit.
Admission is free; panel discussion to follow.
The screening of Look & See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry is followed by a discussion moderated by Devour! programmer Simon Thibault with Canadian Food Centre founder Nick Saul and food law expert Jamie Baxter, exploring themes of food law, food justice and disenfranchisement.
A social hour begins at 6:00 p.m. with snacks and beverages, followed by the film screening at 7:00 p.m. After the film, desserts will accompany an open discussion about the movie.
This event is funded by proceeds from Minnesota Garlic Festival, an educational and fundraising event produced by the Crow River Chapter on the second Saturday in August in Hutchinson, MN.
Free admission. Please RSVP.
A fundraiser for AERO's mission to empower communities to nurture and promote a more sustainable Montana - ticket proceeds will support our 2017 AERO Expo and Annual Meeting in Butte, Oct 20-22. Tickets are available the night of the event, but we recommend purchasing in advance in case we sell out!
Taylor County Public Library and Community Partners presents an evening celebrating Kentucky with... Local Sustainable Agriculture And A Viewing of Look and See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry
7-10pm on Friday, September 1st, 2017 Main Street in Downtown Campbellsville, Kentucky (in front of Harden Coffee)
7-8pm Visit Community Partner Booths 8pm Look and See Documentary Viewing Q & A with Mary Berry directly following the film
Bring Your Own Chair
Guest Speakers: Mary Berry//Nathan Williams//Dr. Ray Roberts
Hosted by the Friends of the Bluegrass Land Conservancy & Woodford Forward. The gates will open at 7 pm with the movie to begin at 8:30 pm. Local food prepared by Woodford Reserve Chef de Cuisine Nat Henton. Tickets are $60/person or $100/couple which includes food as well as a special Woodford Reserve cocktail. A full cash bar will also be available. All ages welcome - kids 12 and under get in free. We will have live bluegrass music before the movie begins. There will be a limited number of chairs available so please bring blankets, camp chairs and any picnic supplies you'd like to have. This event will be advanced ticketing only and is limited to 250 people so please get your ticket early! The rain date for the event will be Friday, August 25. All proceeds benefit the Friends of the Bluegrass Land Conservancy and Woodford Forward.