Beach United Documentary Series

WATCH: Before the date of the session, watch the documentary. Register by sending your email address to maryanne.alton@sympatico.ca  so I can send you the Zoom invite.  We’ll also post on BUC website. Tune in for a Zoom discussion about the film.

DISCUSS: Let’s meet online and discuss issues facing our society. Let’s explore the issues through a documentary lens.  Moderated by Mary Anne Alton,  documentary producer and director for over 30 years.

ACT: Share opinions about the impact the film had on you and perhaps what it might prompt you to do in the future on a personal level or on a more public scale. If we have enough folks we’ll split in to chat rooms for a portion of the discussion.

Next Session:  Wednesday March 31st at 8pm.

There’s Something in the Water: an examination of environmental racism. The film explores the disproportionate effect of environmental damage from industrial waste on Black Canadian and First Nations communities in Nova Scotia. A film by actor, Elliot Page.

Official Trailer:   https://youtu.be/nKhIYFDnCoY

Where to Watch: Netflix

Register for the zoom link by sending your email address to maryanne.alton@sympatico.ca 

Interactive Sunday Sessions on Zoom

Here is the link for March 21st, 10.30 am.

https://zoom.us/j/99648730942?pwd=dkpFNFFDV0VNbjlxTzZJeEs5R0ROQT09

Happy Birthday!

The choir is offering to sing via Zoom, Happy Birthday to anyone who has a special birthday coming up. Whether it’s 10 or 80 we’d like to sing you Happy Birthday to make your day even more special. We’re all practiced and ready to go. You can request It be a surprise for someone  or you can request it for yourself. The choir is happy to spread some joy. 
Contact Mary Anne Lemm and she’ll set up the Zoom link and a time that works. 
maryanne.alton@sympatico.ca or call 416-469-5877