Documentary films on a range of wildlife conservation issues produced this summer in Kenya by Princeton students will be screened at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1, at the Garden Theatre, 160 Nassau St. The evening includes a performance by Umqombothi, Princeton's African a cappella ensemble, a Q&A with the filmmakers and a reception following the screening.
MARCH FOR ELEPHANTS
Princeton NJ will join 39 international " MARCH FOR ELEPHANTS " marches on to save the African elephant from extinction.
The only NJ march will be in Princeton NJ
WHERE & WHEN:
Gather @@ monument Hall (nassau St & rte 206) Princeton NJ.
Debra Troy will begin the days events with live music.
Message by: Andy Dobson Princeton University Professor Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
@March, Yoga & Drum Circle begin....
March: Marchers will do a 1 mile loop and end back at monument hall where we will have the opportunity to join the yogi's in a silent meditation.
Yoga: The yoga community is inviting yogi's to participate in 2 -15 minute blocks of sun salutations while the marchers will be marching. This is to signify that in 2012 every 15 minutes an elephant lost its life due to poaching.
Drum Circle: Participants will form a circle and drum while marchers are marching & Yogis are yogi-ing
after the march - www.johnbeacher.com .Live music and celebration concert with John Beacher
The first 50 preregistered marchers, yogis and drummers will receive a free T-shirt (they are BEAUTIFUL!!)
More info at https://www.facebook.com/