Project YES will be showing the critically acclaimed film, Chasing Ice, on Friday, April 19 as part of their Earth Day Film Festival. The film will be showing at the Mary Miller Theater, in Old Town Lafayette, from 7 – 9 pm. Tickets are available for purchase, ahead of the event, $15 adults, and $10 for children, students or seniors.
Boulder’s Earth Guardians will also be in attendance and give a short presentation, including their 8 minute film, Colorado Trust, which addresses the need for young people to take care of the earth. Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, 12-year old activist and winner of numerous awards, will be available for a short question and answer period.
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Project YES (Youth Envisioning Social change) provides leadership opportunities for young people through the arts and service learning. For over 15 years, Project YES has served Boulder County youth, ages 5-18, with free year-round, positive youth development programming that nurtures and develops integrity, character, and leadership. Through such programs, Project YES youth experience an increased sense of self-efficacy, improved positive decision making skills, and practice as role models for their peers.