15Thousand Farmers will be screening the film "YERT"--award-winning documentary by Louisvillians--at 6:15pm today, Thursday (the 15th, of course). The film follows Louisvillians Ben Evans, Julie Dingman Evans, and Mark Dixon as they set out cross country on the primordial/American road trip to discover good ideas in every state--just to make sure that there are good ideas originating throughout all fifty. "YERT (Your Environmental Road Trip) will, again, be shown at 6:16pm on the dot. Make sure your tush is planted in a seat.
Instead of the potluck normally found at 15Thousand Farmers Celebrations, the organization will be offering up tasty finger foods. Instead of the normal meeting place (the gym), the movie will be screened in the church at Dismas St. Ann's. If you can swing it (and only if you can), a recommended $3 would be appreciated by the non-profit.
To offer 15Thousand Farmers help at the 15th Celebration or some other way, some other time, email Susan Olson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo Courtesy 15Thousand Farmers.
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