For Immediate Release
April 8, 2014
Contact: Michelle Smith, Communications & Marketing Manager
(207) 781-2330 x209
Mobile: (207) 838-0511
Maine Audubon Invites Community to Earth Day Film Festival
Nonprofit partners with Appalachian Club and Maine Outdoor Film Festival
Falmouth – Maine Audubon invites friends, supporters and the general public to a special Earth Day screening of the Maine Outdoor Film Festival on Tuesday, April 22, from 6:30 to 9:00 pm. The film screening will take place at Gilsland Farm Audubon Center, 20 Gilsland Farm Road in Falmouth. Tickets are $5 for Maine Audubon and Appalachian Mountain Club members and $7 for the general public. Cash bar and food opens at 6:30 pm. Online registration is encouraged. For more information and a complete schedule of films, please visit maineaudubon.org/events.
The Earth Day Film Festival will feature eight short films by filmmakers from Maine and beyond, including Joel Osgood, Brian Donaghy and Sebastien Pines. The films are presented in conjunction with the Maine Outdoor Film Festival (MOFF) as part of their MOFF Selects Tour. Since 2012, the Maine Outdoor Film Festival has celebrated the active outdoor community and inspired expression. The festival kicks off in The Forks each summer, with a MOFF Selects Tour of main street theaters and college/high school amphitheaters each winter/spring. Proceeds benefit Teens to Trails.
About Maine Audubon
Maine Audubon’s science-based approach to conservation, education and advocacy advances wildlife and wildlife habitat conservation in Maine. Our citizen science programs connect Maine people to engaging volunteer opportunities that make meaningful contributions to conservation research. The largest Maine-based wildlife conservation organization in the state, Maine Audubon has eight centers and wildlife sanctuaries and serves over 50,000 people annually, with 15,000 members and 2,000 volunteers.
Conserving Maine’s wildlife. For everyone.
Please visit www.maineaudubon.org for more information.
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