Film & Fundraising Gala For Environment & Education

Showtime’s new docu-series Years of Living Dangerously examines the effects of climate change on a global scale with a particular focus on the human impact. With celeb-octane injections from the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Harrison Ford, this Emmy-winning series brings the climate crisis the exposure it needs.

On Wednesday March 25 the Be The Change Film Series continues on the big screen at Collingwood’s Gayety Theatre with a showing of the “Winds of Change” episode which tackles the future of renewable energy.

The night is also a fundraising event for Elephant Thoughts Educational Outreach and the Blue Mountain Watershed Trust Foundation. The silent and live auction features Blue Mountain ResortSuperpasses, Columbia jackets, Lora Bay trial memberships, plus many more items and gift certificates.

Dinner prepared by Bruce Wine Bar; cash bar by Northwinds Brewhouse and Georgian Hills Vineyards.Musical guest Harlan Pepper. Event begins at 6 pm and tickets are $50. Presented by Royal LePage Locations North.

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In this episode, America Ferrera profiles prominent skeptic James Taylor of the Heartland Institute as he crusades against clean energy, and investigates the battle over the future of renewable energy. New York Times columnist Mark Bittman returns to conduct a yearlong investigation into natural gas, which has been touted as “America’s energy source” and a way towards a greener future. But is it true?

 

SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NJ - MAY 14:  A crane demolishes the JetStar roller coaster more than 6 months after it fell into the ocean during Superstorm Sandy on May 14, 2013 in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. The Casino Pier contracted Weeks Marine to remove the wreckage of the iconic roller coaster from the surf.  (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images.
A crane demolishes the JetStar roller coaster more than 6 months after it fell into the ocean during Superstorm Sandy on May 14, 2013 in Seaside Heights, NJ. The Casino Pier contracted Weeks Marine to remove the wreckage of the iconic roller coaster from the surf. Photo by John Moore/Getty Images.

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