Free Movie Night at Sustainable Alternatives Tues Feb. 24th Featuring "FLOW: For Love of Water"

When: Tues Feb 24th 7-8:30p.m.

Where: 101 North Woodrow, Little Rock (big green house at corner of Markham & Woodrow)

Join us for a free film screening! We are repeating this screening due to the inclement weather in January. Also, Kate Althoff will be present to share information and answer questions about Lake Maumelle and drinking water quality issues.

Winner, Best Documentary 2008 Vail Intl Film Festival, Official selection of the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, this documentary is an in-depth look into the troubling privatization and distribution of water on a world-wide scale. Profiling water issues from the US to India and from Europe to Africa, this film delves into the complexities of water and its various networks.  Who has the right to decide what happens to this vital resource and what does the future look like? How can we positively affect water’s ebb and flow to ensure its availability for future generations?  This film proclaims that the 21st century is the century for the common people and suggests solutions that are available to all of us. Learn how the billion dollar answers are not always the best…and how simple (and sometimes ancient) solutions can bring about tremendous life-sustaining change.


Bring your own beverages, and we will have popcorn. We also have a full kitchen if you want to bring your dinner or snacks. Donations are welcome and all donations enable us to keep the lights on and keep screening films throughout 2009.

Parking is limited. Please consider riding the bus, walking, bicycling or carpooling. Park on Woodrow or in our backyard, which is a parking lot.

Call Julie at 350-0713 or for more info.