Farm Animal Advocacy Group Presents A Park City Screening of “Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret”
Park City is home to more than 100 non-profit organizations, and one of its newest, Sage Mountain Animal Rescue, plans to host a one-time screening of the groundbreaking, provocative documentary “Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret.” The feature-length film, which explores what it claims to be the most environmentally destructive industry, will screen at the Prospector Theater in Park City on Thursday, Sept. 25 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $12 and must be purchased on or before Sept. 18 at http://www.tugg.com/events/11089.
“We are excited and honored to help host and promote this special screening as its subject matter complements Sage Mountain Animal Rescue’s mission to be an advocate of farm animals,” says the non-profit’s Executive Director Lauren Lockey, who co-founded the organization with her husband, Dave Swartz. “It’s also a great way to raise awareness of our new farm animal rescue and rehabilitation facility, which is currently under development in Brown’s Canyon outside Park City.”
Known as the film that even environmental organizations don’t want the public to see, filmmakers Kip Andersen and Keegan Kuhn examine the leading contributor to global warming, water depletion, wildlife extinction and deforestation and why such champions of the environment won’t address it.
Five percent of proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Sage Mountain Animal Rescue.
Prospector Theater is located at 2175 Sidewinder Drive, Park City. An informal gathering will be held at The Boneyard Saloon, 1251 Kearns Blvd, immediately following the screening with a cash bar offered. The Boneyard, which opened late last year by the owners of the ever-popular No Name Saloon, has quickly become a favorite spot for locals seeking an alternative to Historic Main Street’s offerings.
For more info on the film and to view the trailer, visit www.cowspiracy.com.
Learn more about Sage Mountain Animal Rescue at www.smar.utah.org.