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Sunday, June 24 • 1:00pm - 6:00pm
Cycle-In Cinema

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Join us on a group bicycle ride to different community gardens in D.C., with everyone convening at a community film screening and discussion of a feature-length documentary, "A Community of Gardeners," which promotes urban sustainability and green spaces, with a chance for film-goers to drink, eat and socialize afterwards.


GROUP CYCLE RIDE (1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.) - FREE

Meet up at City Bikes' Adams Morgan location (2501 Champlain St. NW) at 1:00 p.m. Soon aftewards, we will head out for a chance to see Wangari Gardens, a great new city garden in the shadow of the Children's Medical Center. From there we will meander across town to visit the new terraced garden at Brainfood and then to the Fridge Gallery. Following the screening and social hour, head over to City Bikes' Capitol Hill location (709 8th St. SE) for snacks and swag. If you have any questions please email ben@citybikes.com. The group ride is free and open to the public.


To guarantee your seat at the screening, be sure to also purchase tickets for $5.


Scoutmob presents: FILM SCREENING + DISCUSSION (3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.) + SOCIAL HOUR (4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.)  - $5

Buy your tix online: https://secure.scoutmob.com/washington-dc/hand-picked/cycle-in

The feature-length documentary, "A Community of Gardeners," explores the vital role of seven community gardens in Washington, D.C. as sources of fresh, nutritious food, outdoor classrooms, places of healing, links to immigrants' homelands, centers of social interaction and oases of beauty and calm in inner-city neighborhoods.  The film also traces the history of community gardens in the United States, from the potato patch farms of the late 19th century, to the victory gardens of World War II, to community gardening's current renaissance.


Before the screening, we will premiere, "Planting Community: The Story of Wangari Gardens," a five-minute documentary produced by Still Life Projects that tells the story of Josh Singer and his determination to reclaim an abandoned piece of land in DC's Park View neighborhood. The hurdles he faces along the way cause months of setbacks, but his vision of a community garden grows into something beyond what he even imagined.


The screenings will be followed by a discussion and Q&A with filmmaker Cintia Cabib, Josh Singer of Wangari Gardens, Kate Lee of the Brainfood Youth Garden, and Ryan Hill of Still Life Projects.


Stick around for a social hour, with complimentary drinks and treats.


Tickets for the film screening + discussion + social hour are $5 - on a first-come, first-served basis. Space is limited, so purchase your tix now!


Buy your tix online: https://secure.scoutmob.com/washington-dc/hand-picked/cycle-in



Cintia Cabib

Cintia Cabib is an award-winning producer, videographer and editor specializing in educational and informational videos and documentaries. Cintia’s programs have been shown on cable television and on PBS affiliates. Her videos have been purchased by non-profit organizations, libraries... Read More →

Sunday June 24, 2012 1:00pm - 6:00pm EDT
The Fridge 516 8th Street SE Rear alley, Washington, DC 20003

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