Buy tickets from The County here. Watch the trailer below.
WATCH THE TRAILER HERE.
Please purchase your tickets in advance. Tickets will also be available at the door and are $8 for Doylestown Food Co-op Members and $10 for everyone else, including County Theater Members. We have sold out in the past, so we advise advanced purchase.
The actual movie will not begin until 7:30, but from 7:00 on our sponsors and additonal information regarding the Co-op will be scrolling on "the big screen. There will be a panel discussion after the movie. Our esteemed panel will include:
Eric Vanderhyde -- Barefoot Gardens
Grace Rollins -- Nutritionist & Owner of Bridge Acupuncture
Nathan Layton -- Chicken Farmer in Blooming Glen, PA (raising them organically but not certified)
Susan Pierson -- Bucks County Foodshed Alliance
The Doylestown Food Co-op’s mission is to be your member-owned grocery store providing convenient access to a variety of locally raised or produced foods and other products and to foster a healthy and economically viable environment for our farmers and our community.
Members of the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance – farmers, landowners, restaurateurs, educators, environmentalists and consumers – work together to foster and expand a comprehensive, local, sustainable food supply in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Download our flyers to share with our friends in pdf or as a jpeg. Please plan on joining us, and spread the word to your family, friends and neighbors.
We thank our sponsors of the Farm Fresh Film Series
Meg Roth, Heather Walton and JoAnn Maroney
Doylestown - 215-345-8565 Newtown - 215-579-0111
We are proud of our 2013 Farm Fresh Film Series movies and thank you for supporting it! Our message for the Farm Fresh Film Series is: what we put in our bodies impacts our health, our community, and our world. Our 2013 series began in March with a showing of Food, Inc. Filmmaker Robert Kenner revealed surprising – and often shocking – truths about what we eat, how it's produced, and where we are going from here. We continued in June with Locavore, a tasty documentary about returning home to our food supply. In September we showed Two Angry Moms, a documentary about the movement to bring better, healthier food to our schools. We closed out with Food Stamped on December 5th, an informative and humorous film following a couple as they attempt to eat a healthy, well-balanced diet on a food stamp budget.