Beargrass Creek Film Premiere

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Join us at The Clifton Center Theater on October 27th for the premiere of noted filmmaker Morgan Atkinson's (of Duckworks, Inc.) latest documentary: Beargrass: The Creek in Your Backyard, a film focusing on Louisvilleā€™s own Beargrass Creek and the impact that everyone living within its 61 square mile watershed has on the waterway.

Doors will open at 6:00pm for a public reception featuring food from Butchertown Grocery and drink from Apocalypse Brew Works, with the film premiere at 7:30pm. This is an open community event to support the restoration efforts on Beargrass Creek. There is a suggested donation of $5.00 at the door, and proceeds will benefit: Kentucky Waterways Alliance, Beargrass Creek Alliance, and Salt River Watershed Watch, three groups working to restore the Beargrass. Many thanks to Councilmen Tom Owen and Bill Hollander for not only sponsoring this event, but for their tireless support of cleaning up Beargrass Creek.

Sustain Louisville and the Louisville Sustainability Council are also sponsoring the event and will be celebrating with us as a kick-off for the 2016 Sustainability Summit. Louisville Audubon Society is also a sponsor.

The evening will include tabling by a host of organizations that are doing important work in the watershed, including: Beargrass Creek Alliance/Kentucky Waterways Alliance, Botanica: Waterfront Gardens, Salt River Watershed Watch, Louisville Nature Center /Beargrass Creek Nature Preserve, Jefferson County Soil and Water Conservation District, Louisville Audubon Society, Greater Louisville Sierra Club, Louisville Metro Parks, Louisville Olmsted Parks Conservancy, Louisville MSD, Sustain Louisville, Louisville Sustainability Council, Louisville Community Boathouse, Center For Neighborhoods Green Institute, Jefferson County Public Schools, Kentucky Association for Environmental Education , Brightside and the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection Division of Water.
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By: Kentucky Waterways Alliance

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