Wed, Sep 13|
Brava Theater Center
Mission Verde Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion
You are invited to attend the premier of a short documentary on the origin story of Mission Verde, a community action group. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with Carla Short, Interim Director of Public Works, and the Mission Verde team.
Time & Location
Sep 13, 5:00 PM – 7:10 PM
Brava Theater Center, 2781 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA
About the event
Friends of the Urban Forest presents a short documentary on the origin story of Mission Verde - a community group that took ownership to water new trees along 24th Street in the Latin Cultural District of San Francisco. Featuring an array of perspectives, from neighborhood residents to community organizers to city officials, this short documentary delves into the emotions, efforts, and partnerships involved in creating a unique solution to preserve and grow the natural ecosystem of this district. It's a feel-good story that showcases what we can achieve when the city and community work together. Watch the trailer>>.
Following the screening of the 16-minute documentary, we'll have a panel discussion with
- Carla Short - Interim Director of San Francisco Public Works
- Josh Klipp - Community Coordinator and volunteer with Mission Verde
- Kindra Scharich - Founder, Mission Verde
The lobby opens at 5pm. The program starts at 6pm sharp! Tickets will be available at the door.
Drinks (beer, wine, soda, water) and light snacks will be available for purchase in the lobby. Drinks can be enjoyed inside the theater.
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Community Tickets ($0 to $10)
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