Looking for something to stimulate your senses during the winter months? Join Transition Cornwall + Food Action Group for "Plant This Movie: The growth of urban farming around the world" hosted in partnership with the Cornwall Public Library.
“Plant This Movie” provides a great perspective for those already practising or interested in urban agriculture, or for those wanting to be involved in the future. Watch the trailer:
The event will run from 1:30pm - 4:00 pm, and include light refreshments and a lively discussion led by Alain D'Aoust from The Edible Cities Project - Cornwall, On.
Admission is FREE, and everyone is welcome.
The Winter Film Series is supported by the Social Development Council of Cornwall and Area, the Cornwall Public Library, numerous other organizations, and community volunteers. Those looking to volunteer with Transition Cornwall + or learn more about our work are invited to visit www.transitioncorwall.com.
The next film in the series is for the whole family and perfect for March Break. On Sunday, March 10 at 1:30 pm, the Tree Action Arbre Group is showing the National Film Board classic 1966 film, Paddle to the Sea (28 mins) along with fun paper crafts and activities. The incredible journey of the tiny hand-carved canoe along the great lakes and St. Lawrence is inspirational and thought-provoking as we begin to assess what challenges confront this waterway from our perspective of over 50 years later. Join us!