The “Saving Snow” Documentary Screening

Still from the documentary "Saving Snow"

ROSCOMMON – Come out Wednesday March 14, 2018 from 6 – 8 p.m. to Fred’s of Roscommon to view this 53-minute film about the disappearing snow season. The movie covers the effect on winter sports enthusiast and local business that depend on winter tourism and recreation to stay afloat. The film focuses on how communities are coming to terms with these changes and offers solutions to reduce a community’s impact on the environment. Admission is free with the film beginning around 6:30. Come out early to visit and order food and drinks before the movie. Following the movie there will be a panel discussion and steps you can take on climate control. For more info contact: Carey Thomas (989) 302-0315 and Sue Shoemaker 275-5537 or email: for info. This screening sponsored by Cross Country Ski Headquarters, Northbound Outfitters, and Gahagan Nature Preserve.


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