Join this month’s Ossining Documentary & Discussion Series for the screening of a humorous film appropriate for children of school-age and their families.
Project Wild Thing takes a funny and revealing look at a complex issue -the increasingly disparate connection between children and nature. Following the documentary screening, engage in a discussion with our expert panel of local environmental educators. Project Wild Thing is a film led movement to get more kids and their folks outside reconnecting with nature. See the two-minute trailer: https://vimeo.com/68072823
Our Panelists include: Phyllis Bock (Director of Education, Teatown Lake Reservation); Barbara Sabin (Educational Program Director, Something Good in the World); and Katie Ginsburg (Founder & Director; Children’s Environmental Literacy Foundation).
Films screened by the Ossining Documentary & Discussion Series are ALWAYS FREE. Seating begins at 615p and the film begins promptly at 630p. See you at the Budarz Theatre on the Lower Level of the Ossining Public Library. Need a quick bite before the film? Please visit the Footnote Café in the lower level lobby!