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Singles Dinner and Movie in New Brunswick

Date: Monday, April 28, 2014
Time: 7:00 PM
Presented by: New Jersey Chp Sierra Singles
Location: Panicos Brick Oven Pizzeria Bar and Grill, 94 Church Street, New Brunswick, NJ

Movie:"No Impact Man". Please arrive at 7:00 pm. For those of you you haven't joined us before, you order from the menu and are responsible for what you order and a tip. The movie is at no charge for Sierra Club members.

The plot summary for "No Impact Man":

Colin Beavan was a writer living in Manhattan who had the usual concerns over the future of the environment until he realized he wasn't doing much about it. Beavan decided that it was time he and his family did something to deal with the practical issues of global warming and environmental sustainability, so he set out on a grand experiment -- to see if he, his wife, Michelle Conlin, their young daughter, and their dog could live for a year in New York City without leaving any sort of carbon footprint. Michelle, a writer for Business Week with a taste for fashion, was a hard sell for the notion of spending a year without electricity, takeout, toilet paper, or motorized transportation, but in time she agreed and found that their new life was a life-changing experience. Colin, however, found his will tested by the experience and his ideals questioned when he began writing a book about his experiences and sharing his story with the news media, becoming a minor celebrity in the process.Colin and Michelle's friends Laura Gabbert and Justin Schein are filmmakers who decided to capture the family's year of environmental purity on film, and No Impact Man is a documentary that chronicles the nuts and bolts of living a carbon-neutral life as well as how the experience impacted the family. No Impact Man was an official selection at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

Please RSVP by 4/26/2014 to The Wolfson parking deck is free after 5:00 pm on weeknights, located at Bayard and Neilsen Sts.; or you can find street parking. We hope you will join us. There is also a paid parking lot right near Panico's on Church St.