FEBRUARY ~ Green is the New Grey: Living Shorelines
Wednesday February 22nd  6pm – 8pm
Rahway Library 2 City Hall Plaza, Rahway

Dr. Jon K. Miller is Research Associate Professor of Coastal Engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology. Dr. Miller’s research is focused on living shoreline projects and the application to shoreline stabilization and ecosystem restoration in the northeast. 
This workshop by Dr. Miller will explain what a living shoreline is and talk about how living shorelines benefit our coastal communities.
Cost:    $10


MARCH ~ Green Film Festival
Saturday March 18th  2pm – 4pm (The Lorax)
4:30pm – 6:30pm (Living Downstream)
Trailside Museum   452 New Providence Rd, Mountainside
The Lorax – “I am the Lorax,” says the creature Seuss describes as sharpish and bossy, “I speak for the trees, for the trees have no tongues.” Ahead of its time, visionary, or just stating the obvious, Dr. Seuss’s story of the Lorax and the Once-ler is not too far off from what we could soon face.
Living Downstream – This poetic film follows Sandra during one pivotal year as she travels across North America, working to break the silence about cancer and its environmental links. After a routine cancer screening, Sandra receives some worrying results and is thrust into a period of medical uncertainty. Thus, we begin two journeys with Sandra: her private struggles with cancer and her public quest to bring attention to the urgent human rights issue of cancer prevention.
Cost:    $10  (Kids and members FREE)