Watch Seasons of Change on Henry’s Farm – Elmhurst Toyota Dealer
If you’re up for a movie that’s entertaining and educational, visit Elmhurst College’s Schaible Science Center for a free screening of Seasons of Change on Henry’s Farm on March 8. Presented by Elmhurst Cool Cities Coalition, this documentary describes the way good food is brought to our table. It demonstrates how resilience, biodiversity and adaptability are vital to survive in an unpredictable future. At Elmhurst Toyota, we believe this program, presented as part of the One Earth Film Festival, will be enlightening, and we encourage everyone to take advantage of this free screening.
Seasons of Change on Henry’s Farm is rated PG-13, so it’s suitable for teens and young adults. The film tells the story of Henry Brockman, a farmer who has grown organic vegetables on his Midwestern farm for 25 years. Getting on in years, Henry decides to downscale is operation. He moves to Japan with his wife for a year, turning over the operation of the farm to his former apprentices. An unforeseen event causes Henry to contemplate the outlook for farming in a changing climate.
The One Earth Film Festival is the Midwest’s premier film festival focusing on the environment. The festival offers opportunities to learn about climate change, sustainability and human involvement. The One Earth Film Festival presents films that provide provocative topics relating to environmental issues, with discussions after each film designed to discover solutions.
Last year, the One Earth Film Festival attracted over 6,200 attendees, who watched 67 screenings of 28 films in sites throughout Chicagoland. Screenings also included venues in DuPage, Kane and Lake Counties, as well as Whiting, Indiana.
Make plans to see Seasons of Change on Henry’s Farm on March 8!
Date and Time:
Sunday, March 8, 2020, 1-3:30 p.m. Doors open 30 minutes before showtime. Arrive early to get the best seats.
Schaible Science Center
190 South Prospect Avenue
Elmhurst, IL 60126
This is an ADA-compliant venue.
Tickets are limited, and reservations are encouraged. Tickets are free. However, attendees can choose to buy tickets for a suggested donation of $8. Register online at https://bit.ly/3bU6BGi.
For More Information:
Go to: www.oneearthfilmfest.org.