This thought-provoking, highly informative film will be shown for free, as always, on Sunday, Jan. 9, at the Clearlake United Methodist Church, 14521 Pearl Ave., Clearlake.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m., with the film to start at 6 p.m.
There’s a recent quote that says, “Pay the farmer or pay the doctor.” This film builds its case that it is far better to buy and eat healthy, organic food while avoiding meat, oil and dairy products – and avoid paying the doctor and Big Pharma later.
Yes, it’s a big deal to change the dietary habits of a lifetime. But cancer and diabetes are big deals too.
Of equal or greater importance for this evening is the presentation by local health educator and consultant Ron Strauss.
Following the rather short one-hour film Strauss, a dynamic speaker, will take 45 minutes to share a rich offering of natural healing information. It goes without saying that neither Strauss nor SSC can or will be diagnosing anything for anyone.
For more information about Second Sunday Cinema, call 707-889-7735.
In the spirit of growing community, SSC is happy to mention that local Unitarian Universalists are sponsoring nationally-known Roy Zimmerman's “Live From the Starving Ear” on Jan 8 at the Kelseyville Senior Center.
This show is 90 minutes of wickedly inventive satirical songs on everything from the Tea Party to Obama. Donations are requested.
For more information about the show call Carol (or RSVP) at 707-994-7758.