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Conservation Movie Night - May 12 (Monday) - 7:00 p.m. (new format)

Our May movie is Hurricane on the Bayou. Rousing jazz soundtrack, Katrina and New Orleans wetlands stories.

What
  • Movie Night
When May 12, 2008
from 04:00 p.m. to 06:00 p.m.
Contact Name Sunny Walter
Contact Email
Contact Phone 425-271-1346
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Join Eastside  Audubon members and other environmentally-friendly people as we view our May movie, Hurricane on the Bayou.  Driven by a rousing jazz and gospel-fueled soundtrack, we follow a group of four musicians as they explore the electrifying culture of New Orleans: speeding through the beautiful, alligator-filled bayous on air boats, recounting their heart-wrenching personal stories of Katrina, and most of all, bringing the focus to the rapidly disappearing wetlands that are New Orleans first line of defense against deadly storms.

Enjoy a discussion after the movie about the importance of wetlands and what’s happening with wetlands in our own local area: Juanita Bay Park, Lake Hills Greenbelt, Lake Sammamish State Park, Marymoor Park, and Mercer Slough.  Bring your stories to share.  Guests welcome!

Mark these future movie dates on your calendar now!
June 9
July 14

This event will be held at the Northlake Unitarian Universalist Church, 308 4th Ave. S. (corner of 4th Ave. S. and State).

Directions:  Take I-405 exit 18 (NE 85th).  Drive west on Central Way to 3rd St. (stoplight). Turn left (south) on 3rd St. and follow it as it bears left and changes name to State St.  Turn left on 4th Ave S. 

The mission of Eastside Audubon is to protect, preserve and enhance natural ecosystems and our communities for the benefit of birds, other wildlife and people.