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Envr. Film Series: Plant Rich Diet Challenge

October 13 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Hosted by Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center

Join the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center on Thursday, October 13 at 7 PM as we partner with Wenatchee Confluence Rotary Club for our Environmental Film and Speaker Series for a presentation and panel discussion about how choosing plant-rich diets can make a real and immediate impact in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation, biodiversity loss, soil degradation, and air and water pollution. It can even address the growing problems of antibiotic resistance, future pandemics, and chronic illnesses. The Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group Plant-Rich Diet Task Force takes us on a surprising journey to learn how what’s on our plates can make a positive difference for our personal and planetary health. The presentation will be followed by a panel of local experts to help deepen our understanding and explain how to participate in the 15 Day Plant-Rich Diet Challenge. Enter a free drawing for a plant-based cookbook and enjoy a plant-based tasting bar!

Our 21st annual Environmental Film & Speaker Series explores topics important to our community by connecting us to the world around us, raising awareness of issues impacting the environment upon which we all depend, and identifying actions our community can take to impove and sustain our Valley. These family-friendly films are offered by donation to the Museum. There are two viewing options, please register below to attend in-person or to participate vitrually through the livestream. For the in-person participants there will be a no-host bar, free popcorn, and treats.

REGISTER HERE to attend in-person

REGISTER HERE for the livestream

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Date:
October 13
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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