Earth Night: A Fun Filled Evening At Yankee Doodle’s

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Shift Long Beach, Long Beach Cinematheque, and Evolver

 

Shift Long Beach, Long Beach Cinematheque, and Evolver Social Movement Present EARTH NIGHT: An evening of film, music, live art, and sustainability exhibits and vendors Friday April 22, 2011 at Yankee Doodle’s.

What to expect:

  • A screening of the film 2012: Time For Change, the “optimistic antidote to doom and gloom”
  • Larger-than-life 11′ live art piece produced by TinderBox and eco-assemblage artist Paul Hogue
  • A special performance by legendary underground hip-hop producer Omid Walizadeh (Freestyle Fellowship, Proj. Blowed)
  • Original electronic dubstep music by Sub Yeti
  • World music and hip-hop DJ’s The Mighty Junebugg, Dravidian, Lovers INC

An array of exhibits by sustainability-focused organizations, businesses, and projects including:

  • Trilogy Yoga
  • Long Beach Time Exchange
  • T’s Space (handcrafted herbal care)
  • Foodscape Long Beach (urban gardening)
  • 8 Circuit Workshop (Shift Long Beach)
  • Kelso Doesn’t Dance (upcycled goods)
  • Devine Adornments (jewelry)
  • Ja Yoga
  • KTG Inc (handmade clothing)

*All ages! Arcade, drinks, food, and a comfortable lounge environment.

EARTH NIGHT: An evening of film, music, live art, and sustainability exhibits and vendors is  Friday April 22, 2011 from 7pm-1am at Yankee Doodle’s 4100 E Ocean Blvd. Cost for the event is $7 at the door.

For more information visit the Long Beach Cinematheque website.

Long Beach Cinematheque is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to the celebration of classic cinema and to providing opportunities for audiences to experience film classics on the big screen in Long Beach; by curating special events that incorporate film with live music and multimedia art; by collaborating with independent organizations and theatres in shared community events; by supporting with collaborative screenings the efforts and dreams of student filmmakers; and by welcoming guest speakers such as filmmakers and film historians to speak to audiences as part of their cinematic experience.  Please support our 2011 programs by clicking here: www.lbcinema.org

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