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North Carolina Botanical Garden
100 Old Mason Farm Rd, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517
Update: As of 1/16, all seats have been reserved. We encourage you to check back at wastedncbg.eventbrite.com before the event to see if spots have opened up again due to folks cancelling. We're thrilled about the response to this event and plan to hold more film screenings in the future. Stay tuned for future events by liking our page here on Facebook or by subscribing to our eNewsletter (ncbg.unc.edu/enewsletter/)!
This February, join the North Carolina Botanical Garden and Don't Waste Durham for a free screening of the documentary WASTED: A Story of Food Waste by Anthony Bourdain.
Immediately following the film, take action and make connections at the Sustainability Fair which will feature local organizations & businesses who are working to reduce food waste and increase sustainability in the Triangle.
There will also be RAFFLES & PRIZES from local restaurants and zero-waste companies! The film screening is free to the public, and food for purchase will be available from the local restaurant & sustainability-connoisseur Vimala's Curryblossom Café. While tickets are free, space is limited, so preregistration is required.
Friday, February 16
Doors open at 5:30 p.m., film starts at 6 p.m.
Other things to note:
-Suggested donation of $5/person at the door
-Want to know more about the film? Check out the film trailer:
-Questions or comments, contact Facilities & Events Manager at the North Carolina Botanical Garden, Janna Starr, at [email protected]
Note: While this film is not rated, it does contain strong language and is not recommended for viewers under the age of 18.
Sponsored by UNC Food For All.