Susan Cann (Film Producer, Local Mom and Sierra Club Member) along with the Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter invite you to a special showing of UNACCEPTABLE LEVELS.
The event is sold out - 100 gift bags will be handed out tomorrow night to the first 100 in the door... your reward for arriving on time! Doors should open @ 5:30-5:45, and you will be serenaded in the theater by the musician, Robin Schuyler Applewood, who composed the music for the film http://www.dogmanjoe.com/
This Award-Winning Documentary is coming to the Cinemark 20 Theater in downtown Redwood City for one day only. Tickets are $11 each and must be purchased in advance.
This is a story about the chemicals in our bodies, how they got there and what we can do about it.
*RESERVE YOUR TICKET TODAY! ($11 each) http://www.tugg.com/events/5934
The Screening is at 6:30 PM, followed by Expert Panel: "Next Steps" with 2 TERRYS!
• Beth Terry, renowned author of "Plastic-Free: How I Kicked the Plastic Habit and How You Can Too" (http://myplasticfreelife.com) and
• Terry Lyngso of Redwood City's own Lyngso Garden Materials (http://bitly.com/lyngsoGM), sharing tips on environmentally sustainable home landscaping
(Watch the movie trailer here: http://unacceptablelevels.com/)
"Unacceptable Levels" is a no-nonsense documentary that will challenge everything you think you know about health, safety, and environmental protection." - Beth Buczynski, ecosalon
Read this review http://ecosalon.com/unacceptable-levels-documentary/ and then reserve your ticket:http://www.tugg.com/events/5934!
Tickets are $11 and must be reserved in advance - this is grassroots crowdsourcing through the Tugg.com web platform). Credit cards will not be charged until a minimum number of seats have been reserved.
"Unacceptable Levels is a great documentary ... about the myriad ways we are being exposed to toxins, poisons and allergens in our daily life. It is sweet, funny, clear, and illuminating."
- Paul Hawken, founder of Smith & Hawken, environmentalist
"Although at points during "Unacceptable Levels" you might feel incredibly discouraged or even nauseous, Brown retains his open, honest demeanor–and it's calming. He doesn't freak out and tell us we're all doomed. He has hope, and he ends the film with a call to action that we can all respond to: Do something. Care about something. Investigate for yourself. Make a small change. Share what you've learned with a friend. Sign a petition or send a letter to a brand that you want to see change."
- Beth Buczynski, ecosalon
"From the products we use, to the food we eat, to the air we breathe, Unacceptable Levels documents how prevalent toxic chemicals have become part of our lives. Ed Brown uses the powerful connection of family to illustrate how broken our system has become, and why we must do something about it. Our children's futures depend on it."
– Gigi Lee Chang, CEO, Healthy Child Healthy World
"This excellent film brings home in a very real way the link between our environment and our health."
- Génon Jensen, Executive Director of HEAL (Health and Environment Alliance)