Volunteer Movie Night

Please join us for our August volunteer movie night!!

A Simpler Way

Our Volunteer Movie night is back for August and this month we're watching 'A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity'!

This inspiring documentary follows a local community right here in Australia who came together to explore and demonstrate a simpler way to live in response to global crises. 

Watch the group build tiny houses, plant veggie gardens, practice simple living, and discover the challenges of living in community. Get inspired and see how living simply can be a deeply enriching and rewarding experience. 

Check out the trailer here for a sneak peak!

Climate for Change movie nights are an opportunity for us all to come together for a bite, a drink, a chat and, of course, to reengage with climate change through cinema! We encourage you to bring friends, family & partners along to get involved in the conversation in this fun and relaxed environment. 

- Arrive from 6.15pm to have first dibs at the vegetarian antipasto platters

- From 6:30 we will have a brief volunteer info session, to outline upcoming roles/opportunities

- From 7:00 to 8:20 we will plonk ourselves in the cinema to watch 'A Simpler Way'!

- Followed by a group discussion around the movie!

- Our booking then extends until close (10:30pm), so hanging around afterward for more chats/drinks/food is highly encouraged!

Please RSVP ASAP to confirm catering numbers. While we do not charge for entry, a suggested $5-10 donation covers the food costs.

 *This event is open to any of our current volunteers AND volunteers-to-be, so don't be shy!

August 16, 2017 at 6:15pm - 9pm
Long Play
318 St Georges Rd
North Fitzroy, Vic 3068
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Ella Wilkinson christine callaghan Holly Leckenby Rye Oli Moraes Ben Taranto Janette Poulton Dana Thomson Carly Robertson Serena Davies

Will you come?

Aboriginal flag Torres Strait Islander flag

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia, whose sovereignty was never ceded. We acknowledge that Indigenous peoples around the world are at the forefront of climate change, both in experiencing its effects and leading solutions for change. We pay our sincerest respects to all Elders, past and present.