When: Saturday, January 19th 2019 @ 10am
Where: Waukesha Public Library
321 Wisconsin Ave.
On Saturday, January 19, at 10:00 AM, the documentary More Precious than Gold: the Back Forty Mine will be shown at Waukesha Public Library. The film follows a community’s grassroots effort to prevent the development of an open pit mine on the bank of the Menominee River in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Afterwards, filmmakers Mark Doremus and Karen Slattery will lead a discussion about the film. This program is presented in partnership with Plowshare Fair Trade Market & Education for Peace.
Questions? Call 262-524-3682 or visit waukeshapubliclibrary.org. Waukesha Public Library is located at 321 Wisconsin Avenue, Waukesha.
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