West Seattle Meaningful Movies series digs into ‘Dirt’ next

Movies can be fun, frightening, inspirational, educational – and the latter two are the key qualities for the West Seattle Meaningful Movies series that kicked off this fall. If you haven’t been to a WSMM screening/discussion yet, consider making it a New Year’s resolution; it will be one you can fulfill quickly, because, on the first Saturday of the New Year, January 4th, WSMM will screen “Dirt: The Movie” (trailer above). From the official announcement:

Time: 7:00 PM
Come early, at 6:30, for (free) dessert and a chance to meet your neighbors.

Where: Neighborhood House High Point Center, 6400 Sylvan Way SW
Bus numbers 21 and 128

No charge, but donations gratefully received.
There will be refreshments and discussion.
Help us minimize waste — bring your own mug.

Local gardeners and restoration workers (including you, we hope) will report on how they are caring for soil (and more) in West Seattle. They will answer questions about caring for the “dirt” in our neighborhood and in our own backyards. We can learn from each other, join together, and preserve this aspect of our local environment.

The full winter quarter of monthly WS Meaningful Movies is listed here. Find out more about the series’ genesis here.

1 Reply to "West Seattle Meaningful Movies series digs into 'Dirt' next"

  • Miranda January 4, 2014 (9:14 am)

    Great hosts for these meaningful movies, great film choices, and great neighbors showing up. Do come. The more the merrier, and likely you’ll feel better being a part of the solutions.

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