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You are Treated to a FREE Movie--This Wed 6pm

Dear Readers,

C’mon down—for FREE!

Kathy just picked up the tab for you at the Wednesday Night Movie at Terra Bella Bakery Café in Anchorage. This week, the film is The Future of Food by Deborah Garcia. I’ll give you some details in a minute.

Here’s the deal: You drop in, enjoy quality food and drink, and then watch, learn, and discuss. It’s at 6pm every Wednesday evening through May 12. Delightful! Topics include food issues, gardening, GMO’s, beating cancer, and sustainable communities. It’s normally $3 each, brought to you by Good Earth Garden School in Palmer.

So, swing on by and enjoy Kathy’s generosity. I’ll see you there--across from Dimond Mall and next to Bed, Bath, & Beyond on Dimond.

Wed. April 21: The Future of Food 88 min.
by Deborah Garcia. This documents the origins and debates about GMO's (Genetically Engineered Food) creeping into our farms and foods, and the corporate mission to control the global food system.

Wed. April 28: Cancer, Nutrition, and Healing: A personal odyssey. Food as medicine.
by Jerry Brunetti, who received a “dead in 6 months” diagnosis of aggressive lymphoma. He opted to do alternative strategies instead of chemo and radiation. Learn about his healing therapies through diet & nutrition. Oh, and he’s very much alive.

Wed. May 5: The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil 53 minutes
By Richard Heinberg. How Cuba survived an overnight cut-off of all fossil fuels and subsidies that halted farming, transportation, and food systems. Learn about positive approaches to peak oil here in the USA.

Wishing you safe, delicious food through self-education,

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