Movie Night "The Queen's Green Planet"

Come and watch the documentary film "The Queen's Green Planet" (2018)! This is a free movie night at a small art gallery with a projector.

The film shows the progress of Queen Elizabeth II’s initiative to create a global network of protected forests, 'The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy', a conservation project aimed at raising awareness of the value of indigenous forests and of preserving them for future generations. At the heart of the film is a rare, informal conversation between Her Majesty the Queen and her good friend Sir David Attenborough about their shared passion for nature, filmed in the gardens of Buckingham Palace.

Wonderful raffle prizes!!! One raffle ticket will be given to each one. The prize is Platinum Jubilee lapel pin featuring the emblem design, produced by the Department of Canadian Heritage to honour the late Queen’s 70 years on the Throne. It will be randomly awarded to three individuals.

Seats are limited. Early RSVP iOne RAFFLE ticket will be given for eachs required - send an email to, or a text message to 289-423-6159. In remembrance of the Queen and in celebration of the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty, this project 'Defender of the Forest' is funded by Canadian Heritage. Ce projet est financé par Patrimoine canadien.

Movie Night "The Queen's Green Planet"

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