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Butterflies & Bulldozers (200-213)

Local filmmakers Sam and Keith Moreau, and Steve and Ann Dunsky have produced a stunning documentary film that tells the story of the largest urban open space in the country - San Bruno Mountain. Weaving together the stories behind preserving a local piece of California ecology is a story in itself. Meet the filmmakers at this exclusive preview screening at 7:00 pm at the County Fair Building right after our Holiday Member Event. Members with reservations will have priority seating. A portion of the proceeds from the screening will go to the Save San Bruno Mountain fund.

Tickets can be purchased in advance by credit card or check; cash only will be accepted at the door.

There will be three lines to enter the movie, members who have purchased tickets in advance, members without reservations, and nonmembers. Members with reservations will have priority seating and be allowed to enter first. Individuals in groups with members and nonmembers must enter in the appropriate line. Members may hold a spot for their friend(s) if they wish once inside.

Not a member? Join now to get priority seating!

Silverspot butterfly image © Keith Moreau

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Fees MEMBERSHIP INFO members $10.00; nonmembers $20.00 
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