GLEN ROCK, NJ - The Glen Rock Green Team Interns will be hosting a movie screening of the documentary “Plastic Ocean” on July 31 at 7:30 p.m. in the Borough Hall Council Chambers. Refreshments and food will be provided before the movie and a question and answer session will take place after the movie.
This life changing documentary is about the growing amounts of destructive plastic in our oceans. Even if you already consider yourself green, we guarantee you will never look at plastic the same way again after this movie. We are hosting a zero waste event so we request that guests bring reusable cups and plates with them.
All the mind blowing facts and stories shown in the movie is guaranteed to leave you in shock and ready to take action immediately against plastic. So come on down to the Borough Hall to enjoy a free movie, and a free life changing experience.
Registration is required, so please sign up at greenupglenrock.com/plasticocean. This screening is geared toward middle school students, high school students, and adults of all ages. Please be warned that the content is not cheerful and at times viewers may be shocked. If your child may be triggered by such content, please preview the movie before signing him/her up to attend.
This event is sponsored by the Glen Rock Environmental Commission in cooperation with the Glen Rock Green Team. This event was 100% planned by the Glen Rock Green Team Interns.