Film: A Fierce Green Fire, and Panel
Friday, September 27, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
West Hollywood, CA
Who: Sponsored by the West Hollywood Library Foundation and the Liberty Hill Foundation
Co-Sponsored by the City of West Hollywood
What: Screening, Talk, and Reception with some of the leaders of the environmental movement, including:
- Michele Prichard, Director, Common Agenda, Liberty Hill Foundation
- Angelo Logan of East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice
- Juana Torres of the Sierra Club
When: Friday, September 27, 2013
When:Opening welcome reception (light hors d’oeuvres) at 5:30pm
Film at 6:00pm
Talk at 7:45pm
Reception at 8:30pm
Where: West Hollywood Library, City Council Chambers, 625 N. San Vicente Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069
Admission is Free, but reservations are recommended
For more information, call WHLF at 323-469-1871 or visit http://bit.ly/wehofierce.
Sponsorships are being requested from individuals, organizations and companies:
$100 (patron, special seating and name in program);
$500 (angel, special seating, name in program and on electronic materials);
$1,000 (Individual Sponsor, name in program, thanked from stage and in materials).
When & Where
West Hollywood Library Foundation
The West Hollywood Library Foundation seeks to improve the quality of life and opportunities for the community's diverse residents by enhancing their access to information, education programs, technology and each other.
The mission of the West Hollywood Library Foundation is to generate resources and undertake collaborative initiatives that enhance the physical and programmatic capacity of the West Hollywood Library and Park as a center of community connection, education, and thought leadership reflecting the diverse values of the City and region.
Incorporated in 1984, West Hollywood was the first in the U.S. to call itself “The Creative City.” Encompassing vibrant districts including The Design District and the Sunset Strip, “WeHo” has been voted the second most walkable community in California, and, at 1.9-square miles total, arguably has more arts per square mile than any other city in the country.