Free Earth Day Film and Star Gazing on Friday, April 22

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CHICAGO–(ENEWSPF)–April 8, 2016.  We invite you to continue the One Earth Film Festival fun and celebrate Earth Day with us by watching the award-winning film, “Growing Cities” on Friday, April 22, at Chicago’s official Earth Day celebration in two locations. This 60-minute film is friendly for all ages.

The event will take place at:

Adler Planetarium, Johnson Star Theater
1300 S. Lake Shore Dr., Chicago
6:30 p.m. for refreshments
7 p.m. film screening
8:30-10 p.m. telescope observing (weather permitting)

OR

Clarendon Park Community Center (Gymnasium)
4501 N. Clarendon Ave., Chicago
6 p.m. for refreshments
7 p.m. film screening
8:30 p.m. star gazing activity (weather permitting)

View complete details and reserve your free tickets now! Seating is limited; reservations strongly recommended.

According to director/producer Dan Susman, “Growing Cities” shows, “. . . cucumbers peering through chain link fences, skyscrapers towering over compost piles, and the cacophony of subwoofers and roto-tillers on the same block. It’s the power of this tension, this seeming impossibility which we use to bring viewers into a world of new possibility–where together we can create healthier, more sustainable, and livable communities.” View film trailer.