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Water Blues, Green Solutions documentary screening coming on May 14th

How we manage stormwater in the 21st century will affect the quality of our health and the sustainability of our way of life.

Water Blues Green Solutions is an interactive film project, telling the stories of communities creating green solutions for our water blues – flooding, pollution, and scarcity. The film takes us on a journey across the country in search of communities that are adopting new ways of thinking about how to protect, restore, and preserve our rivers and the sources of our drinking water.

Join us on Wednesday, May 14, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. for a special Philadelphia-area screening of Water Blues Green Solutions to be held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, in the Van Pelt Auditorium. There will be a panel discussion and an opportunity for you to present your questions to the panelists.

Tickets are free, but must be reserved in advance at https://waterbluesdocumentary.eventbrite.com.

Parking for the event is available at the Philadelphia Art Museum, and parking can be validated for guests.  Please use the West Entrance for the Museum.

If you would like to explore the Museum before the screening event starts, the Museum offers Pay-What-You-Wish Wednesday Nights beginning at 5:00pm. Explore the Museum and its remarkable collections in inventive, interactive, and dynamic new ways.

 

This event is presented by the Fairmount Water Works, Penn State Public Media and The Penn State Center: Engaging Philadelphia and is made possible with funding from William Penn Foundation.