Date(s) - Saturday, Jun 20, 2015
A community garden plays a role in the documentary Old South. You can see the 54-minute film and hear from Danielle Beverly, director and producer, at two free outdoor screenings. Take chairs or blankets to sit on.
The first screening will be held at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, June 20 in Chadakoin Park, 10th and Washington St., Jamestown. It is sponsored by the Jamestown Renaissance Corporation, the College Community Gardens at Jamestown Community College and the Jamestown Juneteenth Committee. In case of rain, they plan to move to the Lillian Ney Renaissance Center on 3rd and Washington, Jamestown.
The second showing will be at 8:30 p.m. Sunday, June 21 in the Pelion Community Garden (across from City Honors School), 206 Best St., Buffalo. In case of rain, the screening will move to the Foundry, 298 North Hampton, Buffalo.
See the Old South film page on Facebook for updates on whether the screenings will be moved indoors.
You can see the trailer for Old South here.