Free outdoor movie screening with Save the Dunes June 30

MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. – Save the Dunes is kicking off Plastic-Free July with a free outdoor movie screening at its headquarters on June 30.

Save the Dunes, an organization that protects and advocates for the Indiana dunes, Lake Michigan, and surrounding natural areas, is hosting a free showing of the documentary, “Bag It,” ahead of Plastic-Free July, an international movement with a focus on eliminating plastic pollution in the environment.

During the month of July, Save the Dunes is inviting you and your family to limit your use of single-use plastic as much as possible.

“It's no secret that plastic waste dominates the litter found in Northwest Indiana. We’ve all seen it – plastic on our beaches and trails. We have the power to stop it,” says Natalie Johnson, executive director for Save the Dunes. “That’s why we’re encouraging individuals and families to join us at our July events to learn how to go plastic-free.”

“Bag It” is a documentary that investigates the effects of plastic on our oceans, environment, and bodies.

The screening starts at 8 p.m. and guests are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs to sit on. Refreshments will be available for purchase on-site in addition to free popcorn.

Registration is required and can be done here.

The Save the Dunes headquarters is located at 444 Barker Road in Michigan City. 

This screening is one of many events Save the Dunes will host this month. To learn more about the organization’s July events, visit the Save the Dunes website.

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