Save Space Nugget premiers in Cumberland

Story Box Movies will be hosting a special screening of the new documentary film Save Space Nugget on Wednesday Nov. 8 at the OAP Hall in Cumberland (next to the Cumberland Museum).

This film shares the story of how a small town unites a scrappy group of mountain bikers, tree planters, artists, musicians, and loggers to save their forest.

Produced by Trish Neufield and Step Carruthers, Save Space Nugget explores Cumberland sometimes complex relationship with the forest and tells the story of the circumstances that led to the formation of the Cumberland Community Forest Society and their mission to protect the forests surrounding the Village.

Doors open at 7:30 p.m. for mix and mingle. The film at 8 p.m followed by a reception 9 p.m. Beverages from Cumberland Brewing Company.

Admission by donation to the CCFS or by signing up as a new monthly donor at the event.

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