Virtual: Save Barnegat Bay's Screening & Discussion of DRIFT, a documentary film
Join us via the Henrietta Hankin Branch Library on Thursday, August 11 at 1 pm for a virtual discussion of DRIFT, a documentary film about New Jersey’s Barnegat Bay. Prior to the discussion, registrants will have special access to the film beginning August 4. The discussion will be led by Avery Lentini, Executive Assistant and Policy Advocate with Save Barnegat Bay. The organization, whose mission is to restore and protect the Bay and its ecosystem, has become a strong and independent voice for the Bay throughout the watershed, including all of Ocean and part of Monmouth Counties.
DRIFT, produced in collaboration with Monmouth University Production Services and directed by Erin Fleming, tells the story of Barnegat Bay through the voices and eyes of people who cherish the Bay as a natural, recreational, and economic resource for the local community and all of New Jersey. The film allows the viewer to DRIFT through 50 years of complex issues through a series of short vignettes, using a variety of perspectives, viewpoints, and experiences. Located on the east coast of New Jersey in Ocean County, the Barnegat Bay runs from the town of Bay Head all the way down to Little Egg Harbor. It is 42 miles long and has an area of 64 square miles.
Please register for this program: Thursday, August 11, 1-3 p.m.
Please note: Registration for this 2-part event is required. Registration will close on August 4. An access password to watch the documentary (from home) and a Zoom link for the August 11 discussion will be emailed to registrants on August 4. Make sure to check the email address you registered with to receive the password and Zoom link. You do not need a Zoom account to attend the virtual program.
On August 11, we will give away 5 free passes to Longwood Gardens. All attendees of the Zoom discussion will be entered in a raffle for a chance to win a pass!