Marine Documentary Night will wrap up its 2019-2020 season on Thursday, February 6 with the very popular documentary, THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM. In conjunction with the film, the Marine Community Library and the Marine Film Society are collaborating with the Scandia Farmer’s Market.  Several different vendors will be on hand offering seasonal products for sale along with information about Community Supported Agriculture (CSAs).

Items can be purchased at the “pop-up” Farmer’s Market, which will be located on the main level of the Marine Village Hall, both prior to the screening of the documentary, and afterward. 

The Biggest Little Farm was one of 15 feature documentaries from 2019 that was “shortlisted” for Oscar nomination consideration.   The documentary is appropriate for all ages.

Doors open on Thursday, Feb. 6 at 6:30 p.m. with the film beginning at 7:00. A brief Q & A about sustainable and regenerative agriculture follows the screening.

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