Sun Green Thumb has read Wendell Berry's writings as holy text and we are thrilled to be able to bring this film about him to Minicine? The director, Laura Dunn, has shown her films at Minicine? in years past and we think its great that she directed the film of our favorite agrarian and poet. A man who blatantly scolds the current systems in place....a man whose solace is found in the deep wilderness. Wendell Berry is a pioneer of regenerative agriculture....an agrarian of great depths.
Sun Green Thumb will have a pop-up plant nursery as well as seeds available.
Artist works by Ginevra Fernhill of Fernhill Photography and Robert Trudeau as well as an installation piece by tinyalive and company.
pending musical set of a new and groovy band....music at six
$5 at the door
This winter, we’re welcoming our local farming community and their supporters to join us at the Fox Hill Bruderhof for an evening with Joel Salatin, which will include a screening of the new Wendell Berry film Look and See, and the launch of Water at the Roots, Plough’s new title by farmer-poet Philip Britts. You’ll enjoy fresh artisan breads and produce from our farm and kitchen, connect with farmers and friends from the local area, and receive a free pre-publication copy of the new book.
This event is free, but space is limited. Please RSVP to secure your seat.
Join Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) and Transition Palo Alto for an exclusive, free screening of the documentary film Look & See, a portrait of renowned American farmer, poet and environmental activist Wendell Berry. Meet other conservation and sustainable farming enthusiasts from the area!
Tickets: FREE for Students with valid ID $10 for General Public
Presented by Opening Nights and the Student Life Cinema.
The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers is a program of South Arts. This screening is supported in part by a grant from South Arts in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.
Join The Arts Council of Central Louisiana on Friday, April 20th at Coughlin-Saunders Performing Arts Center for a screening of the film Look & See: A Portrait of Wendall Berry.
Q & A with the film's directors,Laura Dunn and Jef Sewell , will follow the screening.
SEATING IS LIMITED BUY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE NOW! 5:00 PM AND 7:30 screenings Healthy and fresh meals served at Farm to Table - Market & Kitchen; CC Food Co-op $15 - 5:30-7:30 Musical Guest @ 6:45 The Leynes Brothers
The Nickel City Forum and 5Loaves Farm are co-hosting a viewing of this recent independent film. Please join us for a viewing of the film, a short talk by Dr. Richard Bailey (Canisius), and a group Q&A based on the ideas of the film.
Cost: $10, includes wine & cheese reception. Payment must be made online.
The Nickel City Forum is venue for rational conversation about hard topics of faith and life. New topics every month. https://www.anglicanwny.com/nickel-city-forum/
5Loaves Farm is an urban farm and CSA on the West Side of Buffalo. https://5loavesfarm.org/
Details and ticket info coming soon
Details and ticket info coming soon
Join us for a screening of the new Wendell Berry documentary, Look & See, as well as a farm fresh dinner using Native Hill Farm produce. We’ll start the night with appetizers & drinks, move on to a locally-sourced dinner, and then end the night with the film. $30 per person, first drink is included. To reserve tickets follow the link below or stop by our location at 316 Willow, or call the Publick House at 970-682-2590. Only forty tickets available.
This is a potluck gathering and we encourage you to bring your favorite dish to contribute to the table. Come as early as 3:00 pm for fellowship around the fire. Tasty beer will be generously provided by Anthem Brewing, but feel free to share your homebrew, wine or hot chocolate.
Sunday is the end of Daylight Savings Time meaning sunset will be approximately 5:30pm. We'll shoot to sit down for dinner around 5 and start the film after dinner. Please bring a blanket for sitting and a blanket for warmth.
Please bring reusable or compostable food vessels. All food waste will be used on the farm and all paper waste will be composted. Plates and flatware will be provided.
The farm is located east of Edmond, approximately 30 minutes from downtown OKC. Carpooling is encouraged. You will most likely lose cellular coverage, so be prepared to navigate without a phone; much like the way Wendell would.
Simple directions from intersection of I-35 and Rt. 66/2nd st (near the giant cross):
Head east 5 miles on Rt 66. Turn left on Westminster Rd. (near the giant soda bottle)
Head north on Westminster 3.5 miles to Sorghum Mill Rd and turn right.
Head east on Waterloo for 2 mile and turn left onto Hiwassee Rd
Head north 1 mile and bear right onto Waterloo Rd. Right is the only option here.
Head east on Waterloo for 3/4 mile and turn left. (this is a gravel road with a large silver mailbox)
Stay left at the fork and go to the top of the hill.
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.