Film, Past

Kiss the Ground

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



At Co-Lab, 70 Bedford Road, Pleasantville, NY (the former United Methodist Church)

 Thursday, August 12th

(Rain Date, August 13th)

 7:30 pm: Gates open

8:00 pm: Introductory remarks

8:15 pm: Film starts

Kiss The Ground is a hopeful documentary about reversing climate change, with an unlikely hero: Dirt! This award-winning film makes the case that by regenerating soil, through changing our agricultural practices, we can balance the climate, replenish the water supply, fight extinction and better feed the world.

Join us in the CO-LABorative community garden, a venture of Co-Lab, a new community space in Pleasantville for connection, contemplation, and collaboration. Visit and sign up to get involved

Saw Mill River Audubon protects more than 300 acres of wildlife habitat in its eight sanctuaries and advocates on environmental issues. It also offers field trips, workshops, and programs like this. To learn more, please go to

We are so happy to be able to get together in person

Social distancing and masks are required if you are not vaccinated

Along with remembering to bring a chair or blanket, please feel free to bring a picnic dinner to the event.  

(We will have a few extra chairs if needed)