Thursday, Feb 2 is Film Night in Woodstock & Ulster Countywide

Join friends and neighbors this Thursday night at the Colony Arts Cafe, 22 Rock City Road, Woodstock, for a film event that will simultaneously link environmental advocates throughout Ulster County.

Doors open at 6:30 PM, the movie “Fixing the Future” starts at 7:00PM. An engaging community discussion will follow the film.

E-mail WoodstockNYTransition@gmail.com to receive the following:

  • Woodstock Transition Film Showing Press Release
  • Woodstock Transition Film Flyer
  • Ulster countywide Press Release

The Transition environmental movement has gained so much traction in Ulster County over the past year that five Ulster County Transition Initiating Teams will simultaneously show thought-provoking films followed by discussions on Groundhog Day, February 2 in their respective towns.

The synchronized countywide film showing reflects the momentum building in Ulster County environmental collaboration among Kingston, New Paltz, Marbletown, Woodstock and Saugerties. Neighbors have been coming together in response to the Transition Movement’s invitation to build connected, just and sustainable communities.

The Transition Movement is a global, grassroots environmental initiative which provides communities with tools to mobilize their unique local resources and “transition” from fossil fuel dependency to sustainable lifestyles.

Woodstock Transition looks forward to welcoming you at the Colony Arts Cafe this Thursday, February 2 at 6:30PM

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