Film: “Pricele$$”, April 2

PRICELESS_dvd-1Hot Topics—Film and Discussion Series: Pricele$$
Debby Rohnquist, Kittery Adult Education
Venue: Traip Academy, Kittery, ME
Date: Thursday, April 2, 2015
Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
Fee: Donation of $2 per film suggested, pre-registration required

Each week a different film will be presented on an issue of concern today. Come learn more about these hot topics and you are invited to join in on the discussion afterwards. You may attend one, several, or all. Debby Ronquist will lead the weekly discussions. She is a Kittery Point resident, artist, founder of numerous local businesses/non-profits including Just Us Chickens, Fair Tide and Fabulous Find and grandmother to twelve grandchildren. She is very concerned about the future of the world that she is leaving to her grandchildren.

Pricele$$” — Award-Winning filmmaker, Steve Cowen, travels across America in search of answers to why some of our basic policies like and food and energy are so out of date and discovers the truth about how campaign money from special interests can influence both.

For more information: https://kittery.coursestorm.com/course/pricele

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