Friday, February 20, 2009


I spent about twenty minutes on the phone today explaining to the librarian what a Transition Town was and assuring them I was not using library space to turn a profit and that I had all the appropriate licenses to show  films. Phew. For a second there, I thought they were going to turn me down, but I was able to book two dates as follows. Plus, I have a roundtable planned at the Parmatown Mall.

Saturday March 7th at the Parma Snow Library (2121 Snow Rd.) at 2pm I will be showing 'The End of Suburbia' and moderating an open discussion after the film. 'The End of Suburbia' looks at the survivability of the suburbs and highlights challenges that will be faced as oil supplies dwindle.

Saturday March 21st at Parmatown Mall's Food Court 2pm I will be hosting a presentation on world food supply and local impact on Parma to be followed by open discussion. Our table will be marked with a Transition Town sign.

Saturday April 4th at the Parma Snow Library (2121 Snow Rd) at 2pm I will be showing 'Crude Awakening' and moderating open discussion after the film. The focus of 'Crude Awakening' is Peak Oil. What it is and what it means.

Please mark your calendars. I hope to see you there!

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations! I would love to see this happen in our town. I guess that would mean I should start making it happen.