Film: ‘The Hudson: A River at Risk” Oct. 22

Jon Bowermaster’s short film, “The Hudson: A River at Risk,” will be screened at the Ossining Public Library’s Budarz Theatre, on Thursday, October 22. Seating starts at 6:00PM and the showing begins promptly at 6:30PM.

“The Hudson: A River at Risk,” is three short films running less than half-hour in total that chronicle issues currently affecting our Hudson River:

  • crude oil rail transport
  • construction of the new Tappan Zee Bridge
  • the aging Indian Point nuclear plant  

A panel discussion and Q & A session on the issues will follow the screening.  Clearwater’s environmental action director, Manna Jo Greene; Hudson Riverkeeper’s president, Paul Gallay; and Scenic Hudson’s director of conservation science, Dr. Sacha Spector; along with State Sen. David Carlucci (38th Disttrict).

The library’s theater is located on the lower level of 53 Croton Avenue, Ossining, 10562.

 Hudson River At Risk Poster



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