I’m thrilled to finally be able to say something about this!! It’s been in the works for over a month, and we’ve finally got the details sorted out.
It’s the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, and environmental groups around the country are teaming up to host screenings of the No Impact Man documentary. A group of locals here in Atlanta have pulled together to bring a screening here that’s open to the public!
The screening is at the Highland Ballroom on Monday, April 19th, and we’re hosting a little potluck dinner at the screening so folks can share some tasty eats, meet and greet, and screen the film! It’s just $5, and all of the proceeds from the event are being donated to the No Impact Project!
Colin Beavan is one of my heroes, and the film tells the story of him and his family trying to live for a year in New York City without using electricity, taking taxis, making garbage, or other environmental impacts. Here’s the film’s trailer, if you’re not familiar with No Impact Man:
If you’re planning to attend, you can RSVP for the event right here!
Hi there! My name is Becky Striepe (pronounced “stree-pee,” like “sleepy”), and I am a freelance writer and vegan crafter living in Atlanta, Georgia. My life’s mission is to make green crafting and vegan food accessible to everyone! Check out my new book: 40 Days of Green Smoothies!