Monday, October 25, 2010

Gasland The Movie is coming to Flower Mound October 27th

"GasLand" Screening at Celebrations Event Center , Highland Village , TX

Where: Celebrations 2380 FM 407, Highland Village, TX 75077 (behind the Chase Bank building at the Morriss Road intersection)

When: Wednesday, 10/27 6:30 PM

Flower Mound Shares/FMDF and ShaleTest are thrilled to host Josh Fox for a screening of "Gasland" on October 27, 2010 at Celebrations, 2380 FM 407, Highland Village, TX.

Suggested donations are:
General Admission $15, Students $7, and $50 for the after party.

A reception, with a cash bar and live music, starts at 6:30 PM, this is open to everyone. The screening begins at 7 PM, followed by an after party for those who make a $50.00 donation. Josh Fox, DISH Mayor, Calvin Tillman and grass roots leaders from the area will be at this special after party.

Proceeds will benefit ShaleTest, a new non - profit that provides environmental testing to low income families, and the Flower Mound Defense Fund, dedicated to protecting the residential character of the Town and supporting the continuous improvement of oil and gas drilling regulations to better protect our health, safety and quality of life.

The after - party donation includes admission, light Hors D'oeuvres and coffee/tea. Suggested donation is $50 per person.

Please RSVP to Cathy Weiskopf - or Ginger Simonson - by Oct 26 if you wish to attend the after party reception (so we can provide an accurate headcount for food).

Donations can be made by cash or check (to Flower Mound Defense Fund) at the door.
To order tickets online using PayPal - click here and follow the link "GasLand tickets".
Please print and bring your PayPal Receipt to the event.

Celebrations is on the NW corner behind the Chase Bank building at the Morriss Road intersection.2380 FM 407 ( Justin Road )Highland Village, TX 75077

Click here for directions. (click on the map for door to door directions)
Click here for flyer.


Mary said...

This movie is a must see for anyone living near gas drilling.
I paid way more than 15.00 when I saw it at the Denton Thin line film festival.
Everyone in Lewisville, Flower Mound, Highland Villiage, Copper Canyon, Double Oak, Bartonville, Argyle, Coppell, and Grapevine need to see this movie.

Anonymous said...

Gasland tells it like it is. The gas companies have tried to discredit this movie but when you see what these people are going through, you know it is real. Plus, some of these people signed leases and at one time were members of the drill baby drill club.
They were duped. You got to see this movie.

Anonymous said...

I can't think of a nicer bunch of folks to watch the demise of all of north Texas with.