FREE Screening of The Treasure of San Buenaventura – OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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The City of Ventura Division of Environmental Sustainability

in collaboration with

Ventura’s EP Foster Library

Presents!

The City of Ventura Division of Environmental Sustainability

in collaboration with Ventura’s EP Foster Library

Presents!

The Treasure of San Buenaventura

An Earth Day Environmental Film Screening Event

One Hour – all scenes filmed at local historical sites in Ventura  including:

Ventura’s Historic Olivas Adobe

The Historic Dudley House and Museum

 

Earth Day, Friday, April 22nd: 6-7 pm, Topping Room – E.P. Foster Library

 

  • Cast members and production crew will be available for questions and information
  • Learn how to join the on-camera cast or crew for an upcoming “part 2” segment of this film

Film Summary

Travel back to the old west in 1880’s Ventura.  Mysterious occurrences begin when a time traveling environmentalist from the future delivers information and supplies to inspire the town of San Buenaventura to start new environmental programs to recycle, conserve water and protect stormwater quality.  Controversy ensues as some townsfolk support the new environmental programs, while others oppose them.

Volunteer actors include docents from the Historic Dudley House who portray actual historical characters including Mrs. Caroline Dudley, Mrs. Mary Dudley, and Annette Petit Laurent.

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, FREE ADMISSION!!!

 





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