Various Locations Around Chicago, Oak Park, River Forest and Forest Park, Illinois. See Google Map at http://goo.gl/maps/yPfrZ
Most events are free, but in order to cover our cost we are inviting donations. Suggested donation is $5 per film or $15 for the entire weekend.
As seating is limited we request that you RSVP by selecting the films that you plan to attend - include the number of seats you wish to reserve. See film desriptions, trailers, schedules all on our website! www.oneearthfilmfest.org See the At-a-Glance schedule here: At-a-Glance
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To stimulate dialogue and inspire planet-friendly action, Green Community Connections is hosting the Second Annual One Earth Film Festival 2013 March 1-3, 2013at various venues around Oak Park, River Forest, and Forest Park, Illinois.
The fest intends to create transformative opportunities for understanding climate change, sustainability and the power of human involvement. Fest attendees can expect a weekend packed with an intensive “education & awareness punch” in rich, stories on film and solution oriented discussions and experiences.
Fest organizers look far and wide for films with interest and appeal for every member of the family. GCC members hope the fest will be a positive and powerful catalyst for helping Oak Park/River Forest and the Chicago-area move forward as sustainable communities and green community leaders.
Green Community Connections (www.facebook.com/GreenCommunityConnections) is an emerging electronic gathering place for stimulating conversations, useful resources, neighbors helping each other, all working to build a resilient, environmentally sustainable community.
Tell us what you are doing – individually or in your school, your organization or business. We want to support your efforts!
Share information and resources about what has worked for you to help reduce your impact on the earth.
Participate in conversations and exchange information with others on what you are thinking about, and what you want to try.
Green Community Connections is a volunteer effort by members of The Power of 10, Oak Park Energy Initiative, Openlands, Green Blocks, the Active Transportation Alliance, the Interfaith Green Network, and other individual volunteers. Our goal is to support and connect individual and group sustainability initiatives in our community, the greater Oak Park, River Forest and western Chicago areas.