For the City Times
ROME — The Free Dinner and a Movie, “Flight of the Monarch Butterflies”, scheduled for April 24 in the Town of Rome has been rescheduled to Monday April 23, at 6PM in the Rome Town Hall due to a scheduling conflict.
The Town of Rome unfortunately sent out a mailing to every resident announcing the introduction of their new Parks Initiative and Focus survey on Tuesday April 24th at 6 PM in the Town Hall. This is in direct conflict with the previously scheduled Dinner and a Movie program, hosted every last Tuesday of the month by the Central Wisconsin Nature Foundation. (CWNF)
The CWNF completely supports the Parks initiative, and has graciously agreed to move their Dinner and a Movie up one day to Monday April 23rd at 6 PM.
The Central Wisconsin Nature Foundation is a non-profit, tax deductible organization, based in Rome, dedicated to educating the public on the importance of protecting and preserving our natural resources.
The Dinner and a Movie program was created to provide education to the public in a comfortable, community environment. We show environmental movies, and try to have a speaker from a related field present to give additional information, and answer questions.
The April 23rd movie, “Flight of the Monarch Butterflies”, will be prefaced by a presentation by Monarch expert Kathy McGrath. The evening is sponsored by Rakaikowsi Farm, and the Market on Strongs Ave. in Stevens Point, who have provided the grass fed beef for our meal.
This event is free to everyone and everyone is invited to attend. We request that reservations be made by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org, and leave your name and the number attending.For questions, call 715-325-1972.