Come together, with our water loving community, to watch this powerful and inspiring film that follows Norm Hann as he paddles through 400km of untouched B.C. wilderness to draw attention to and awareness of the oil industry's environmental impacts.
The installation of an oil pipeline, in B.C., directly impacts all of us along the Pacific Coast. This issue is perhaps the most important environmental issue in B.C. history. A catastrophic oil spill could reach beyond borders and impact much of the Pacific Northwest Coastline. This is our opportunity, as Washingtonians, to get educated on the risks, learn of ways we can protect our beautiful coastline, and see what one man is capable of when he takes a STAND against a huge oil company.
Stay after the film to have some food and refreshments!
Watch the trailer here: http://www.standfilm.com
Be sure to 'Like' the Facebook Page: STAND film
Doors open at 6:00pm
Announcement and Film begins at 6:30pm
Film is 45 minutes in length
Refreshments and time to chat with Norm after the film 7:45pm-9:00pm
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