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The Georgia Conservancy has introduced its ecoMovie Series this year as part of our 2013 Coastal Tour! Brought to you by the Conservancy’s Generation Green - Savannah, presented by Half-Moon Outfitters and hosted at the Sentient Bean, we are pleased to announce this ongoing film series as a way to expose audiences to some of our world's most incredible natural wonders, bravest explorers, wildest dreamers and staunchest environmental advocates.
This month, ecoMovie Series is for the entire family! On Saturday, October 26 at 6 p.m., the Conservancy will screen HOOT at the Sentient Bean in Savannah.
HOOT is a film about three middle school children who try to save a burrowing owl habitat from being bulldozed by a developer who intends to turn the site into a pancake house. The children successfully protect the owl habitat - making this a great movie to prove the point that children can make a difference. Jimmy Buffet fans will be pleased to learn that he composed the soundtrack for HOOT.
The Sentient Bean’s full menu will be available with a special of Hot Apple Cider for $2. See the full menu @ http://www.sentientbean.com/food. Organic popcorn paired with honey comb, compliments of The Savannah Bee Company, will also be available for $2.
The Sentient Bean is a coffee hotspot in Savannah. In addition to offering tasty coffee and delicious food, the Bean now serves a variety of beer. Be sure to bring cash, as credit or debit cards are not accepted. There is an ATM located on the premises. The Sentient Bean is located at 13 East Park Ave. at the south end of Forsyth Park in Historic Downtown Savannah.
Seating is very limited and is first come, first serve. Please arrive early to ensure a chance to attend the screening.
WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 26 @ 6PM
WHERE: The Sentient Bean, 13 E. Park Ave. Savannah
COST: $3 Adults, $2 Children
ecoMovie Series has screened the following films:
June 2013 - 180 Degrees South: Conquerors of the Useless