THE VALUE OF AN AMERICAN WATERSHED©
boom, bust and binge — a morning-after water story
The 110-mile long Russian River flowing through the gladed forests and farm lands of Mendocino and Sonoma County and its vast watershed is the subject of an upcoming film presented by Transition Sonoma Valley (TSV) and the Center for Sustainable Living of the Sonoma Community Center (SCC). This final offering in the Films for the Future series will be screened on Friday, March 20, once again on the new 16-foot theatrical screen on the Rotary Stage in Andrews Hall, located at 276 East Napa Street.
The Russian River: ALL RIVERS – The Value of an American Watershed was shown at Sebastiani Theatre in February to a full house and tickets for the upcoming screening are moving swiftly with 70 tickets already presold (roughly half of capacity) according to SCC’s Event Manager, MC Cutcliffe.
To ensure a seat, buy tickets in advance at SCC’s Box Office.
The evening’s presentation will include an opening reception beginning at 7:00 pm with refreshments, the film showing at 7:30, immediately followed by informal conversation to enhance the film’s message and to encourage community dialogue and engagement.