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Native Lawns and Urban Meadows: How To Transform Your Landscape

Directed by Catherine Zimmerman. NR. DVD.
Presented by Phoenixville Area Transition
Sat., June 27, 2020
Saturday
June 27, 2020
1:00 pm

The Sparks Project uses film and live arts to spark interactions that advance solutions to pressing community problems solved through the work of mission-driven nonprofits and social service organizations.

The film screening and convening of aligned community groups are presented as part of the the Colonial Theatre’s Sparks Project, which is made possible through the support of Vanguard Hometown Grants, the Phoenixville Community Health Foundation, Bancorp, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the Bennett Family Foundation.

Join Catherine Zimmerman, landscape architect and film director, for an informative presentation of her film, Urban Meadows & Suburban Meadows, on how landscapes across the country have been transformed into native habitats to support biodiversity.

Catherine will preview her film, with comments from Doug Tallamy, author of Bringing Nature Home, and will follow-up with a Q/A session and book signing. A walking/driving tour of some of Phoenixville’s native gardens will follow the book signing.

Tickets: $15
Tickets are non-refundable. Reserved seating. Ticket prices do  include the $2 per ticket Processing Fee. This fee will be added at check out. Tickets available with cash, check or credit card at the Colonial Theatre Box Office, or online.

The film screening and convening of aligned community groups are presented as part of the the Colonial Theatre’s Sparks Project, which is made possible through the support of Vanguard Hometown Grants, the Phoenixville Community Health Foundation, Bancorp, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the Bennett Family Foundation.