Environmental Agency to host mini Film-Festival at St Gabriel’s School

Counterpart Caribbean is holding 3 film nights for as many Sundays at St Gabriel’s School Anne Johnson Auditorium with a focus on environmental documentaries to help us gain more understanding of the impacts to the planet, and what all PEOPLE can do to change most of it, if not all!

The first showing is this Sunday June 8, at 6.30pm at St Gabriel’s School with doors opening at 6:00 pm.

This is Leonardo DiCaprio’s Produced and narrated film The 11th Hour. The showing is free, and you can buy some popcorn, cooked by the power of the BioDiesel generator, along with light liquid refreshments on sale as well. Counterpart Caribbean also wants to see patrons invest in a great number of reusable shopping bags to reduce plastic waste when shopping!

Please see above flyer for more information. Tell your friends, bring your friends and let’s see how we can become more aware of our world around us and how we can make some changes. “We do not inherit the earth from our fathers, we borrow it from our children” always seems to being home the point that we are not here for long in the grand scheme of the things, but our children and grandchildren will be!

If there any other questions, you call the Future Centre Trust at 425 2020 or Nicole Garofano at 256 8837.

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