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Earth Film Festival on Thursday April 28th

 Join us for our 1st “Earth Day Film Festival”!
Grey Sauble Conservation Foundation is hosting the “Earth Film Festival” – Explore, Excite & Engage your senses in experiencing 2 short films and the Feature Film of the John Muir Project, Mile …Mile and a Half.    Join us at the Roxy Theatre on Thursday, April 28th to follow the footsteps of 13 friends took an adventure to travel 219 miles over 25 days that turned into 1 epic breathtaking adventure in Yosemite Park.   Who is John Muir?  John was a former Meaford resident and was an influential conservationists and father of the National Parks in North America.

We will also be showing 2 short films: Owen Sound’s Kevin Moyse and his “Breathtaking Drone Cinematography” featuring Niagara Escarpment properties in Grey & Bruce County,   and “Nature is Speaking” – narrated by Harrison Ford, Julia Roberts and more!

During intermission, you can view Meaford Museum’s John Muir Collection that will be on display in the lobby of the Roxy Theatre.

Purchase your tickets at the Roxy Theatre at http://roxytheatre.ca/event/earth-film-festival/  or call them 519 371-2833  for $22.00.

Your ticket will be supporting the Grey Sauble Conservation Foundation in their fundraising efforts for the Conservation Project Fund to further the development of the Pottawatomi Hiking Trail near Jones Falls and the Environmental Awareness/Education Fund.

For more information about our Foundation, please contact foundation@greysauble.on.ca or 519 376-3076.


Grey Sauble Conservation Foundation
237897 Inglis Falls Road, R.R.#4
Owen Sound, Ontario
N4K 5N6

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