Elgin, Texas. - The City of Elgin and its Sustainable Places Initiative brings a series of four thought-provoking and inspiring films. Each showing will include a discussion panel and local farmers selling their goods. The screenings will be free and held at The Elgin Public Library, 404 N. Main Street in Elgin. Children ages 5 and older are welcome to come and watch a children’s movie in the children’s section of the library at the same time. Refreshments and activity pages will be available for them.
Saturday, August 25 at 6:00 pm. Call of Life is the first feature documentary to fully investigate the growing threat posed by the unprecedented loss of biodiversity on the planet – its causes, impact, and what can be done. For more information, go to www.calloflife.org.
Babe, Pig in the City will be the children’s movie on August 25. It is the sequel to the Academy Award –nominated hit, Babe. Babe has an interesting journey following his triumph at the National Sheep Dog Trials.