Past Event: Queen of the Sun Movie

QOTS _Poster_Upd_1_prepforlarge_readyforPSFellow beekeeper Melissa is working on an exciting project in Maynard: a honeybee meadow! Their plan is to turn an empty lot into a wildflower meadow with an active beehive. The meadow will become a green space that may be enjoyed by all.  There is more information here.
To promote the meadow we are having a free screening of Queen of the Sun on October 19th at 7pm. The screening will be at the Fine Arts Theater in Maynard. The theater is going to be donating a portion of the concession proceeds from that night to the Maynard Honeybee Meadow! Here is the Facebook page for the movie.
If you have more questions, email Melissa.

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