Screening of Kiss the Ground

Impact Series on Climate Change


Saturday, July 24th, Doors at 8, Show 8:45-10:15pm

At Lyric Cinema


Kiss the Ground is a full-length documentary narrated by Woody Harrelson that sheds light on a “new, old approach” to farming called “regenerative agriculture” that has the potential to balance our climate, replenish our vast water supplies, and feed the world.


Q&A Session: Profession Dale Lockwood from the CSU School of Global Environmental Sustainability will be onsite before and after the film to help answer questions about regenerative agriculture.


This event is free to the public and will be held in the outdoor theatre.

Kiss the Ground Trailer

Ride your BIKE!  The Lyric parking lot fills up quickly. You can park at Jax or Ken’s Muffler OR on Hickory Street.



Things You Should Bring:

• FM Radio.  We’re using outdoor speakers to bring sound to your ears. If the sound isn’t loud enough to your liking, we also rent FM radios for $4.
• A place to sit.  A nice, big beach blanket would probably be the best, or you can just chill on the lawn.  Low-rise lawn chairs are allowed.
• Weather appropriate clothing/accessories, don’t forget bug spray.
• Lots of friends!  We want to be able to pack the lawn and make it a party!
Things that aren’t allowed:
• Pets
• Outside food and drinks
• Bringing alcohol beyond the rope boundaries of the lawn.
• Smoking or Vaping
• Glass on the lawn, we’ll be slinging canned beers and wines so you can take those on the lawn with you.
• Listening to other radio stations or playing music on the lawn.