Green Movie Nights in Surrey


Monday, March 9th, 2009 — 10:46am PST
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During these particular economic times I’ve noticed many more people are heading out to a night at the theatre (whether it be live, or film) – it’s a great form of entertainment that’s easy on the wallet. There are many ways to catch a flick in town, from Hockey Nights in Film and the upcoming DOXA Film Festival to a unique event happening out in Surrey at the end of the month called Green Movie Nights.

“Surrey-Newton Green candidate Trevor Loke will begin hosting a series of Green Movie Nights, every Tuesday evening at the Strawberry Hill Library in Surrey. The non-partisan event will provide a forum for community members to see unique, independent documentaries and continue a discussion about the topic following the film.”

The 11th Hour
When: Tuesday March 10th, 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Info: Facebook Event

American Drug War
When: Tuesday March 17th, 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Info: Facebook Event

Who Killed the Electric Car
When: Tuesday March 31st, 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Info: Facebook Event

All screenings will be at the Strawberry Hill Library 7399 122 Street in Surrey and admission is by donation. It’s located right near the Scottsdale bus loop so feel free to take transit (from Surrey Central or Scott Road SkyTrain).

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  1. Nicole says:

    Thanks Rebecca!! I’ve been meaning to see The 11th Hour – I just hope I can make it.

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