Free Film Screening and Discussion of Refugee and Immigration Issues PRESENTED BY FILMS ON PURPOSE, NEIGHBORS LINK AND OSSINING FOR REFUGEES Here’s the PCTV link for A Home Called Nebraska which is available for streaming from February 4th through February 17th Registration is appreciated. Click here for Registration Link Here is the link for the Zoom… Read More A Home Called Nebraska
On December 2nd at the Pleasantville Presbyterian Church, we will be hosting the film screening of “What Would Jesus Buy?” A funny yet thought-provoking documentary about consumerism. Please join us outside for a cup of mulled cider or hot chocolate and cookies at 6:30pm before heading inside for the movie screening at 7:00pm. Panel Discussion… Read More What would Jesus Buy?
Please join us on September 30th, 7:30pmZoom Panel Discussion(originally scheduled as an in-person event) Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84946131429?pwd=bmJaam9mTnVVUnZmN08yZ3hQc29FUT09 FoP is excited to be screening A House Divided in partnership with A-Home, a local not-for-profit affordable housing organization. Norman Lear explores the housing divide in New York City, where he is confronted by one of the nation’s… Read More A House Divided
Thanks to all who joined us for the viewing. It was a beautiful evening. Sunday, August 15th at 7:30pm Films on Purpose and Saw Mill River Audubon are delighted to invite you to an OUTDOOR MOVIE SCREENING KISS THE GROUND At Co-Lab, 70 Bedford Road, Pleasantville, NY (the former United Methodist Church) Thursday, August 12th… Read More Kiss the Ground
Thank you to everyone who joined us for “The Biggest Little Farm” last week. For those who missed it, there are many copies of the DVD at our local libraries, and Hilltop Hanover Farm in Yorktown Heights is having an outdoor screening on July 2. For anyone interested in getting involved, donating, or just learn… Read More Biggest Little Farm