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Climate change documentary set

GRAYLING – The National Geographic Documentary film Paris to Pittsburg will be shown at the AuSable Artisan’s Village in downtown Grayling on Friday, May 31 from 6-8 p.m.

Sponsors include the AuSable Artisan’s Village and Paddle Hard Brewing.  Admission is free.  Enjoy an evening of good art, good food, and good food for thought.

Paris to Pittsburg reveals the inspiring steps communities across the country are taking to confront the severe health and economic threats posed by climate change” states Geoff Daniels, National Geographic.

The film is narrated by Emmy and Golden Globe winner Rachel Brosnahan.

“We are excited to showcase this film to our environmentally-conscious northern Michigan communities that enjoy so much natural beauty, and to pique awareness how we can take local steps to address climate change”, states Roscommon-Crawford Citizens’ Climate Lobby Chapter President Carey Thomas.  Gather your friends for a fun and educational evening.

Questions on this event may be emailed to cclroscommonchapter@gmail.com. 

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