April 18 at 6 PM | Great Lakes, Bad Lines (the movie)

Traverse City–Discover the story of two Michigan adventurers and their 500-mile, fossil-fuel-free journey across the Upper Peninsula along the route of Line 5 – a 63-year-old pipeline – that threatens our inland waters and Great Lakes. Every day nearly 23 million gallons of oil flow through Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline located on the bottom of the Straits of Mackinac just west of the Mackinac Bridge. Join FLOW (For Love of Water) and Oil & Water Don’t Mix Campaign partners Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities, Michigan Environmental Council (MEC), Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council (NMEAC) and TC 350.org at the State Theatre in Downtown Traverse City for an evening of adventure and activism.

Screening at the State Theater
Address: 233 E Front St, Traverse City, MI 49684
Phone: (231) 947-4800

The screening will be followed by information and Q&A sessions with filmmakers Paul Hendricks & Colin McCarthy, film sponsor Bob Sutherland of Cherry Republic, and experts Jim Lively of Groundwork, Kate Madigan of MEC, and Liz Kirkwood of FLOW. The film tour is sponsored by Patagonia, Founders Brewing Co., Moosejaw, and Cherry Republic.

There will be an afterparty directly following the event at the Workshop Brewing Company with music by Brotha James.

April 18 * Traverse City, MI, 6pm @ State Theatre (after party at The Workshop Brewing Company)
Co-hosted by Oil and Water Don’t Mix

Traverse City and Ann Arbor: Event organizers: FLOW: Claire Wood or Liz Kirkwood, (231) 944-1568

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