BurlingtonGreen Presents Experience a Revolution with Rob Stewart

BurlingtonGreen Environmental Association is hosting Experience a Revolution with filmmaker and on-screen star Rob Stewart at 7pm on Tuesday, October 21st, 2014 at the Burlington Performing Arts Centre. This special event will be a night of eco-inspiration including a screening of Stewart’s highly acclaimed film, Revolution, followed by a rare opportunity to interact with the award-winning filmmaker during his keynote address and an audience question and answer period.

Included at the event BurlingtonGreen will also present our 2014 Eco-Awards, and we invite citizens, groups, and businesses to submit nominations highlighting their efforts to help the planet locally to receive an Eco-Award before September 25th, 2014.

I have attached a press release with all of the event details and would be grateful to you if you would consider posting this information on your website and in your newsletter.

If you have any questions or require any more information, please contact Jackie Prime at jacqueline.


Jackie Prime

BurlingtonGreen Environmental Association

Tickets on sale for Experience a Revolution with Rob Stewart.pdf

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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