Join us for a free BIG SCREEN showing of the incredible animal rescue film, "Turlock: the Documentary!"
I will provide vegan snacks and beverages. If you wish, bring a vegan snack to share.
The film will be shown in the large auditorium located in the downstairs section of the library.
About “Turlock, the Documentary”:
Go inside the largest rescue of farm animals in California history. Follow Animal Place rescuers as they negotiate the release of chickens from a battery cage egg farm, where the egg farmer had abandoned 50,000 hens without food for more than two weeks.
Animal Place, a sanctuary for farmed animals, puts everything on the line in an effort to save as many lives as possible. Through the emotional darkness, rescuers find light in the fragile beings they are able to save.
“I have no doubt that every viewer will come away a changed person - for the better.” – Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, bestselling author
Visit Animal Place’s website at www.animalplace.org .
Turlock, the Documentary is not rated, however please note that it does contain a small amount of graphic imagery and is suggested for a high school to adult audience.