Tuesday, February 23, 2010

And then on Friday . . .


Our film "The Chicken Revolution" has been selected to be part of the Mid-Valley Film Festival!

This feature-length documentary is about Salem 's efforts to join the Urban Chicken Movement and will be featured in this year's film festival at Northern Lights Theatre Pub on Friday, February 26th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Find out why chickens are so popular and listen to what people who raise chickens in the city have to say about their experiences. You will also see a variety of backyard coops included in both the Portland and Eugene coop tours, and snippets from city council meetings where a chicken ordinance is vigorously debated.

Come and watch our film on the big screen in a theatre filled with people who like chickens. Immediately following the show, some of the folks who participated in the making of the film will be available to answer questions. This is your chance to meet fellow chicken advocates and talk with the people you saw in the movie.

Current members of Salem 's city council and candidates in the upcoming election will also be invited. Let's show them how many residents like chickens -- in a venue that's a lot more fun than City Hall and where we are not limited to 3-minute speeches.

The movie cost just $3 to get in and food and beverages can also be ordered.

Below is information about the theatre:
http://northernligh tstheatrepub. com/ - 3893 Commercial St. SE , Salem .

The theatre is located south of Madrona and just north of Browning between and behind Shuck's and Guadalajara restaurant, across the street from Espresso Road and Fast Lane Coffee.

Please come and join us!