Please accept my apology for sending this info on Green Drinks so late…. As you may know, we had a fabulous Cinema Verde and I am still, five days later, a walking zombie. This just slipped my radar. I hope that you plan to attend and that the following info regarding location will help get you there!
Green Drinks will be held 6-8 p.m. Wednesday (yes, tonight!), March 7, at Highlands Presbyterian Church, 1001 NE 16th Ave, Gainesville, FL.
We will be joining a sustainability reading group at Highlands led by Pastor Jack Donovan. They are reading the Transition Handbook, and will tell us a bit about it. They will be discussing chapter 8, “A Vision for 2030: Looking Back Over The Transition.” For those interested in the book, a free PDF version is at this link:
This meeting will be a potluck, so please bring something if you can, including beverages, beer and wine. Reusable plates, cups, utensils and napkins are also a good idea. Since I’m getting this out so late, we will be prepared to order some pizzas (other ideas welcome!) for those who’d rather chip in than bring something.
Green Drinks is a monthly networking opportunity for those interested in sustainability issues. All are welcome – we meet the first Wednesday of each month at varying locations. For more information, please visit: (www.gogreennation.org/category/green-drinks/.
Please let us know if you’d like to let us help showcase your sustainable initiatives!
I hope to see you there!
Trish Riley, Director: Cinema Verde Environmental Film & Arts Festival
www.CinemaVerde.org, PO Box 358711, Gainesville, FL 32635, 352.327.3560
Cinema Verde is a Florida not-for-profit corporation designated as a 501(c)(3) public charity by the IRS: Contributions are tax deductible.Thank you for your support!