Go Green Park Ridge Sponsors One Earth Film Festival

March 3 at The Pickwick Theater....March 10 at Saint Mary's Beyer Auditorium

  • Learn about Jane, a woman whose chimpanzee research challenged the male-dominated scientific consensus of her time and revolutionized our understanding of the natural world!
  • After the film, stay for a discussion about solutions and local action opportunities.
  • Bring your family! Saturday, March 3rd - 10 am
  • Anna Gibson, Jane Goodall Institute;  Dr Stephen Ross, Lincoln Park Zoo;  Pat Cleveland, Roots and Shoots
    The Pickwick Theater
    5 S Prospect Ave,
    Park Ridge, IL 60068
  • See Food For Thought, Food For Life which brings to the table farmers, chefs, researchers, educators, and food justice advocates who are active in the local food movement and STRAWS which explains the problems caused by plastic pollution and empowers individuals to be part of the solution.
  • Teens and families are especially encouraged to attend. Saturday, March 10th
  • St Mary's Episcopal Church | Beyer Auditorium
    306 S Prospect Ave,
    Park Ridge, IL 60068
    The Beyer Auditorium Entrance is Located on Crescent Street
  • Parking is available in the Lot behind the AANA Building,
    222 South Prospect,  Enter the Lot on Crescent Street 
  • 6pm Resource Fair: Meet and learn more about Logic Lawn Care, The Organic Gardener, Collective Resource Inc, Midwest Pesticide Action Center and more!
  • 7pm Films
  • 8pm Discussion Panel: Hear from Judy Beck of the League of Women Voters Lake Michigan Region, Tim Milburn of our Community Health Commission and Sierra Club, Deb Kutska Sustainability Specialist at Oakton Community College, and Nan Parson of Go Green Park Ridge's SLURP team (Straws Literally Upon Request Policy)
  • Tickets to Jane         Tickets to Food For Thought