A Green Night Out at the Movies is a yearly environmental documentary film screening typically held in March. This is a free event that aims to entertain as well as educate. The focus of this event is to provide tools to help all of us to personally make a difference. The event features a speaker or panel discussion by experts, an eco-exhibitors and free lemonade and popcorn.
Past titles and speakers include:
2021: “Current Revolution" Future of our electric grid and alternative energy and featured a panel discussion
2019: “The True Cost” Environmental costs of clothing and fast fashion. Speaker was Mattias Wallender, CEO of USAgain
2108: “Wasted! The Story of Food Waste How food waste contributes to climate change and featured a panel discussion
2017: “The Wisdom to Survive” Climate change and featured a panel discussion
2016: “Bikes vs Cars” Bikes can be a tool to combat climate change. Speaker from Batavia Bicycle Commission
2015: “Nature of Cities” Bringing nature into our daily lives and discussion of permaculture led by speakers from The Resiliency Institute.
2014: “Future of Food” Agriculture practices and impacts of genetically modified foods. Speaker from Food and Water Watch.
2013: “Tapped" Environmental impacts of proliferation of bottled water. Speaker from Batavia Water department Department/Food & Water Watch
2012: “Chemerical” The cleaning chemicals we use in our homes and on our bodies can have negative impacts and featured Naturopathic Doctor for speaker.