Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Tomorrow's plan

You have all day on Wednesday December 5th to do as you like but come the evening here's a plan:

Starting at 7:30pm
FILM SHOW "SILENT SNOW"
LOWER HALL, THE METHODIST CHURCH, BUXTON MARKET PLACE
Screened by Transition Buxton in conjunction with the Churches Environment Group. The film is by Jan van den Berg and has won masses of awards. It starts at an Inuit settlement in Greenland, where the health of the community is being destroyed by persistent pollutants, from all over the world, that accumulate in the far north. A young woman, Pipaluk Knudsen-Ostermann, travels to three different continents in search of the source of this pollution, and discovers the heartbreaking dilemmas behind it, for instance the use of DDT to control mosquitos, in spite of being banned.


Continuing from 8.30pm
LIVE MUSIC & SINGING AT CLUB ACOUSTIC
THE OLD CLUBHOUSE, WATER STREET
To launch the newly recorded CD a special night of music-making at Buxton's longest-running live music club.