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KELT Film Duet at Dreamland Theater
Celebrating the exploration of natural places and local agriculture
KELT is celebrating the coming of warmer weather, the rebirth of overwintered natural places, and the renewed energy to get outside with two films at the Winter Street Center’s Dreamland Theater in partnership with Sagadahoc Preservation Inc. (SPI).
An examination of the roles technology and nature play in the lives of children today, Play Again follows a group of media savvy teens on their first wilderness adventure. The film documents the young adults’ wonder inspired from their time spent outdoors and encourages action for a sustainable future. KELT staff member, Becky Kolak, and Bath Parks and Recreation Department Director, Steve Balboni, will share opportunities to get the family off the couch and into the outdoors!
Tuesday, April 17th at 7:00 p.m., the film, Fresh, will be shown as part of KELT’s ongoing collaboration with the Brunswick Topsham Land Trust (BTLT), through the generous support of the Elmina S. Sewall Foundation, to promote local food and agriculture in the Bath-Brunswick region. Fresh documents the farmers, thinkers, and businesses across the United States that are re-evaluating the food system. As witnesses to the rapid change in America’s agriculture, they present not only the problems with the industrialized farming systems but sustainable and practical solutions. Farmland Protection Specialist, Chris Cabot, will lead a discussion after the documentary and share more of what KELT and BTLT are doing to celebrate local farms and food in the area.
These events are open to the public with a $5 suggested donation at the door.
The Winter Street Center’s Dreamland Theater is located at 880 Washington St., Bath.Back to News & Events