CAPE COD BEER PRESENTS- GROUNDHOG DAY

Directed By Harold Ramis

Starring: Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell

Comedy | Romance      PG     101 Minutes

Party starts at 8 pm

Movie starts at 9:30 pm

The Orpheum and Cape Cod Beer would like to invite you to join us for a screening of Goundhog Day! Cape Cod Beer will be taking over our taps and will be hosting a pint glass giveaway called Steal The Pint. The party starts at 8pm and the film starts at 9:30pm so get here early and have fun!

Phil (Bill Murray), a weatherman, is out to cover the annual emergence of the groundhog from its hole. He gets caught in a blizzard that he didn’t predict and finds himself trapped in a time warp. He is doomed to relive the same day over and over again until he gets it right.

     

TAPPED

COMING SATURDAY March 31, 2018

SHOW STARTS AT 10AM

RUNTIME 1 HOUR 16 MINUTES

DIRECTOR: STEPHANIE SOECHTIG

WRITTEN BY: STEPHANIE SOECHTIG, JOSTH DAVID, JASON LINDSEY

STARRING: SALLY BETHEA, EARL BLUMENAUER, AMANDA BROWN

Examines the role of the bottled water industry and its effects on our health, climate change, pollution, and our reliance on oil.

         

Sustainable Practices is an IRS 501(c)3 designated non-profit. All ticket sales are fully tax deductible. Proceeds from the screening of A Plastic Ocean will be used in entirety to support the Sustainable Practices Film Series.

About Sustainable Practices

The overarching mission of Sustainable Practices is to facilitate a culture of sustainability as defined by reducing the anthropogenic impact to the planet and its ecosystems. The organization seeks to achieve its goal through the promotion of a global environment that supports the value of all life. The present focus of the organization is educational programming including a Film Series and curriculum development to support K-12 and college level students.

About Madhavi Venkatesan, PhD

Madhavi Venkatesan is the founder and Executive Director of Sustainable Practices. Madhavi  earned her PhD, MA, and BA in Economics from Vanderbilt University, a Masters in Sustainability and Environmental Management from Harvard University, and a Masters In Environmental Law and Policy from Vermont Law School. She has contributed to numerous books and journal articles on the subject of sustainability and economics. In 2017, she was awarded the Fulbright CySip Distinguished Lectureship to the Philippines and has been the recipient of other grants and awards related to her interests in sustainable economic development. Her present academic interests include the integration of sustainability into the economics curriculum.

MISSION BLUE

MISSION BLUE

COMING  SATURDAY, JUNE 9TH

RUNTIME: 1 HOUR AND 35 MINUTES

DIRECTOR: ROBERT NIXON, FISHER STEPHENS

WRITTEN BY: MARK MONROE, JACK YOUNGELSON

STARRING: BARBARA BLOCK, JAMES CAMERON, MICHAEL DEGRUY

Feature documentary about legendary oceanographer, marine biologist, environmentalist and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Sylvia Earle, and her campaign to create a global network of protected marine sanctuaries.

    


The idea for OPAK started over 15 years ago in the childhood home of our Co-Director Melanie Colby. At age 11, Melanie began writing a magazine to promote awareness of the ocean with her childhood friend when they saw trash polluting their local waters in New Jersey. The magazine itself did not go far, but the idea of ocean advocacy bloomed. OPAK is now an education organization reaching out to the youth of communities to teach about ocean and climate sciences, hand-in-hand with an arts curriculum. Public speaking and the power of song allow students to voice their opinions on the impacts of a changing globe. We provide an introductory science package and pair it with hands on experiments, music and visual arts giving youth all of the tools they need to be the next generation of environmental ambassadors.

It is our utmost goal to tailor to local communities, working with local schools and environmental groups to get kids engaged with their native ecosystems. Music and the arts are natural ways for children to express themselves which provides a strong foundation for environmental advocacy. We strongly believe that all students should have the great fortune to enjoy and then advocate for nature because everyone has the ability to speak up for their environment, no matter their background. By educating local youth about their environment we hope to spark a curiosity that will inspire them to become stewards for their communities. Curiosity fosters lifelong learning and therefore lifelong advocacy.

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