Free Movie And Discussion: ‘Minimalism’
Natick, MA – Occupy Natick presents the recent film, “Minimalism: A Docmentary on the Important Things”, on Monday, January 15th from 7-9 pm at Sherrill Hall, 39 East Central Street in Natick, MA (far rear corner of the Town Hall parking lot). This event is part of the ongoing free monthly film and discussion series hosted by local members of Occupy Natick. Light refreshments will be served. The venue is wheelchair-accessible and ample parking is available.
Americans have just lived through another season of unabashed overconsumption, otherwise known as the Christmas season. More and more people, especially at this time of year, are craving simplification and LESS. “Minimalism” takes the viewer on a road trip as the film’s principals share the principles and nuances of a minimalist life. According to the film makers, Minimalism “is a lifestyle that helps people question what things add value to their lives. By clearing the clutter from life’s path, we can all make room for the most important aspects of life: health, relationships, passion, growth, and contribution.” [Source]
Occupy Natick invites all to come and bring a friend to learn about and discuss minimalism—and its impact on peoples’ choices and values.
Occupy Natick is a group of Metrowest citizens who, inspired by the original Occupy Wall Street protests, engage in activities and events that educate the community about areas of concern related to the undue influence of money in politics and policy making. The group has hosted its free monthly film/discussion series since 2012. For a meeting schedule and more information, visit www.occupynatick.org or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 15, 2018 - 7:00 pm