EarthEcho Expeditions: What Happens When We Build Cities?

Part ofВ Montgomery County GreenFest Shorts Program

Join EarthEcho Expeditions as they paddle the Anacostia River to discover how stormwater from urban centers is quietly choking our waterways. Learn how our nationв’s capital is taking innovative steps to restore the balance to the hydrologic cycle and go underground for a big solution for pollution. Produced by EarthEcho International.

Shown with Loop Scoops.

Discussion and activity for elementary school-age children follows both screenings.

FREE. Reservations encouraged. Seating is provided on a first-come first serve basis.

11:30 a.m. screening – earthechoandloopscoops.bpt.me

1:30 p.m. screening – earthechoandloopscoops2.bpt.me

Montgomery College (Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus), Cultural Arts Center, 1st Floor, 7995 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring, Md.

The City of Takoma Park will be providing a shuttle van marked “Montgomery County GreenFest” from the Takoma metro every 15-20 minutes; the venue is also a 15-20 minute walk from either the Takoma Park or Silver Spring metro.

Presented with the inaugural Montgomery County GreenFest, a free event for all ages to enjoy while learning about going green. To learn more visitВ www.montgomerycountygreenfest.org.

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