Free Film Festival – Chatom Sept 2
1969 CA-4, Douglas Flat, CA
Douglas Flat (Directions)
Admission: FREE ADMISSION
Date September 2, 2017
Time: Doors open 6pm; Films start at sundown (around 7:15 pm)
Location: Chatom Tasting Room, 1969 CA-4, Douglas Flat, CA 95229
Hosted by: Ebbetts Pass Forest Watch
A wine reception and a free film screening at Chatom Tasting Room.
Since 1990 the beautiful Chatom Winery has been producing, pouring and sharing the Wonderful Chatom Wines. Surrounded by beautiful gardens, and picnic areas, only two miles from downtown Murphys, with award winning wines who wouldn’t want to stop here and “smell the roses” . . . and the wine of course. And watch great films!
Come in for a wine reception at 6pm and stay to watch a great film program when the sun goes down. Evening may be chilly. Bring warm layers and blankets
RSVP to email@example.com to make sure you have a seat. Space is limited.
The Good Mind The Onondaga Nation in central New York State is the Central Fire of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Confederacy). This sovereign indigenous government, which follows the Great Law of Peace, inspired American democracy. The Onondagas advocate for the environment and share prophecies about climate change, while engaging in a battle with the state over ancestral lands stolen in defiance of a treaty with George Washington. The Good Mind is the Onondaga and Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Confederacy) philosophy and way of life. When the Peacemaker brought his message 1,000 years ago to the shores of sacred Onondaga Lake, he united warring peoples with a system of governance based on using the Good Mind to make decisions not only for the present, but for the next seven generations.
Gwendolen Cates | 2015 | 66 min. | USA