#7 in Real and Meal Film Series--The Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home
March 17, 2008
Reel and Meal at the New Deal
A monthly film series at the New Deal Café exploring vital environmental and social issues.
Monday, Mar. 17, Vegan Meal: 6:30 pm $10.00, Reel:7:00 pm Free
This month’s film: The Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home. This 77-minute film explores the interconnected life journeys of farmed animals, former farmers and animal rescuers struggling against an out of control industrial system. The film will be followed by Q&A with COK's Erica Meier. After viewing this film, you will understand why we serve only vegan food at our Reel and Meal events!
Reel and Meal at the New Deal © is produced by several Greenbelt organizations interested in preserving our environment. All proceeds from the vegan meals go to the New Deal Café Cooperative. You may attend the movie free of charge and do not have to purchase the vegan meal. An optional healthy and delicious light vegan buffet will be prepared by the New Deal Café staff exclusively available for movie attendees. It will be served beginning half an hour before the film. Full Story
CHEARS and the Green Man Issue Call for Entries for Mask Making to Express the Circle of All Beings!
March 17, 2008
As part of the Fourth Annual Greenbelt Green Man Festival, the Chesapeake Education Arts Research Society (CHEARS) issued the second annual call for entries on the theme of the "Art of Healing the Chesapeake Bay Watershed from the Mountains to the Sea." This year's call for artistic expression is through the medium of mask making out of materials from nature and/or from recycled materials. The theme is expressing compassion and respect for "Circle of all Beings " of which we are all a part. See call for entries in publications under Jean Newcomb author for details. Masks are to be delivered to the New Deal Café (113 Centerway Greenbelt, MD 20770) Sunday April 27 between 7 and 8PM. Subject to space limitations, all masks will be on display at the New Deal in a special Green Man exhibit until May 27, and will be displayed on the CHEARS website. Full Story