Film Night at The Chapel
to Benefit Chattahoochee Riverkeeper
Thursday, March 21st
Doors 6:45 PM / Show: 7PM
$10 donation is suggested.
Limited Seating! First-come, first-serve. BYOB
The Chapel is located in a renovated little whitewashed church at 208 1/2 Clark Street, to the left of of Pure Life Studios, in the Hillside area of LaGrange, within a five-minute drive of downtown. To learn more, visit www.purelifelagrange.com.
Organized as a benefit for Chattahoochee Riverkeeper (CRK), the lineup will feature eight short films that celebrate our local waterways and highlight the issues they face. Afterward, Henry Jacobs, CRK’s Outreach Director, will lead a conversation about the films and answer any questions.
Chattahoochee Riverkeeper is an environmental education and advocacy organization dedicated to the protection of the Chattahoochee River, its lakes and tributaries for the five million people who depend on it for drinking water, power generation, irrigation, recreation, and other beneficial uses.
Founded in 1994, CRK has removed nearly 900 tons of trash from the watershed, halted billions of gallons of raw sewage from entering the river, prevented tons of sediment from washing off construction sites into streams, educated tens of thousands of students and teachers on board Georgia’s only two floating classrooms, and stopped approximately 32 million gallons of polluted industrial runoff from entering the river. To learn more, visit www.chattahoochee.org.