May 18, 2012
We are excited to offer another round of environmental documentary screenings this summer at the Biological Station. The films will be shown on Sunday evenings at 7:30 p.m. in the Gates Lecture hall. They are open to the public and free of charge. The complete schedule is available here.
Highlights this year include two movies, "Flow" and "Waterlife" that discuss the importance of freshwater generally, and the Great Lakes specifically. We will also show the fun and informative "Caribou Summer," created by local residents Jim and Kathy Bricker. The Brickers will be on hand to narrate their record of living alone on the Alaskan tundra in the summer of 2009.
Note: Film schedule is subject to change without notice. Films are unrated; subject matter may not be appropriate for all ages. Please read on-line reviews before choosing to bring children.