Free Movie and New Moon Next Week

First, a reminder that the NEW MOON event is next Wednesday, July 18th at 7pm central daylight time. We have been working with the transforming chakras, and this session will focus on the Throat Chakra. Join us in person or at a distance (web stream or phone). The cost is $25, no charge for subscribers to The Lightsmith Deal.

New Moon information and sign-up

 

Filmmakers Lynn Salt and David Mueller previously chose Lightsmith (2009-2010) as the location for several pre-screenings of a film then in production titled A Good Day to Die, a documentary about Dennis Banks and the American Indian Movement. In the spirit of summer fun Lynn and David have offered this new release to Lightsmith for a screening at no charge, which we will show one time on Friday, July 20th at 7pm.

Synopsis:

BEAUTIFUL WAVE tells the story of a New York City teenager, Nicole (Aimee Teegarden), sent to spend a summer with her estranged grandmother (Patricia Richardson) in Santa Cruz. When Nicole is given a 1962 surf van that belonged to the grandfather she never knew, she and three friends depart for a surf trip down to Malibu that extends down the coast of Baja after they find her grandfather’s surf map in the van. The kids follow the map down to the very tip where Nicole discovers a 40-year-old family secret that will unlock the door to her own self-discovery. Themes of loss, healing and letting go of the past play out in this coming-of-age drama with a surfing backdrop that pays homage to the “soul” of surfing and invites everyone to ride the “Beautiful Wave” together. Watch the trailer  or explore more.

There is no charge for attending the film, but space is limited and we are asking for PRE-REGISTRATION.

RSVP To LORIS at 952.431.5586 or lorissofia@frontiernet.net. Please plan to arrive by 6:45.

Download PDF flyer for additional details.

 

 

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