What do music, trees, and Native Americans have in common? Find out!

Sometimes you need a little push to leave the house in this cold weather! Why not join the New Jersey Sierra Club to watch at the Princeton Environmental Film Festival screening of “Musicwood”, an adventure-filled journey, a political thriller with music at its heart. An unusual band of the most famous guitar-makers in the world (Bob Taylor of Taylor guitars, Chris Martin of Martin Guitars and Dave Berryman of Gibson Guitars) travel together into the heart of one of the most primeval rainforests on the planet. Their mission: to negotiate with Native American loggers and change the way this forest is logged before it’s too late for acoustic guitars. “Musicwood” is a culture clash of staggering proportions. Native Americans who’ve been given a notoriously raw deal from the US government are distrustful of the white man telling them what to do. Enter Greenpeace, a radical environmental group, and soon all are battling over a forest that is the last of its kind on the planet. As the tug-of-war over natural resources unfolds, acoustic virtuosos such as Kaki King, Yo La Tengo, The Antlers, and Steve Earle offer some of the most profound insights in the form of a soundtrack, which doubles as the heartbeat of this debate. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with filmmakers Josh Granger and Maxine Trump. When: Thursday February 6th at 7 PM
Where: Princeton Public Library 65 Witherspoon St. Princeton, NJ RSVP: Email Nicole at [masked]
Here is the schedule to check out other wonderful documentaries playing: http://community.princetonlibrary.org/peff/schedule/
After the movie if people are interested we can head over to infini-T Tea and Coffee to discuss the movie along with other environmental issues and how to get involved!

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Great event!

    February 9, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Im on the 4th row on the right facing
    the speaker

    February 6, 2014

  • Nicole D.

    I'll be wearing a turquoise headband and will wait outside the room for a bit

    February 6, 2014

  • James

    Hi Nicole. I know from past experience that this place gets pretty busy ... any ideas on how to all find each other when we arrive?

    February 2, 2014

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