The City of St. Augustine Beach’s Sustainability and Environmental Planning Advisory Committee (SEPAC) invites the public to view the film “Reuse!: Because You Can’t Recycle the Planet” and discuss it
The City of St. Augustine Beach’s Sustainability and Environmental Planning Advisory Committee (SEPAC) invites the public to view the film “Reuse!: Because You Can’t Recycle the Planet” and discuss it with a panel of local environmental experts.
The free event will take place at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 25 at the Anastasia Island Branch Library, 124 Sea Grove Main Street in St. Augustine Beach.
The film is about finding fun and easy solutions to our country’s complicated waste problems. It follows filmmaker Alex Eaves on his cross-country journey to discover what people are doing to reuse items that others might throw away. The film has been featured at numerous film festivals.
It will be followed by a discussion session with Jen Lomberk, Matanzas Riverkeeper, and Adam Morley, District Director for the Florida Wildlife Federation.
SEPAC is restarting its environmental education program after a two-year COVID hiatus. The program is also sponsored by the St. Johns County Public Library System.
“We are very excited to kick off our renewed series with Adam, Jen, and a film that puts a creative spin on reduce, reuse, and recycle,” Lana Bandy, SEPAC Chair, says. “Attendees will get to see what people across the country are doing to solve our waste issues and talk to our local experts about what is being done here and how they can help.”
Questions about this event can be directed to Dariana Fitzgerald, deputy city clerk, at email@example.com or by phone at 904-471-2122 or fax at 904-471-4108.
(Thursday) 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Anastasia Island Branch