Friday, March 23, 2007

This Weekend: GW Baseball & Last Chance to Catch DC Enviro Film Fest

This weekend is your last chance to catch the DC Environmental Film Festival! There are dozens of films being shown all over DC. Some require reservations, so check out the Festival's website for more details. Here's a quick description:

At the end of 2006, New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman wrote: “We reached a tipping point this year – where living, acting, designing, investing and manufacturing green came to be understood by a critical mass of citizens, entrepreneurs and officials as the most patriotic, capitalistic, geopolitical, healthy and competitive thing they could do. Hence my own motto: ‘Green is the new red, white and blue.’” We hope the green momentum continues throughout 2007, the15th year of the Environmental Film Festival, and well beyond. From its inception in 1993 with a small planning grant, the Festival has evolved as a collaborative effort presenting a wide variety of quality films all around the nation’s capital.

And why wait for the Nationals' season to start when you can catch a live baseball game right here in Arlington this weekend? The George Washington Colonials' season is well underway, and they're hosting Fordham this weekend in a three-game homestand.

You can see the full schedule here. The Colonials play at Barcroft Park on Four Mile Run Drive in South Arlington.
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