Join us on March 6th for a community screening of A Small Good Thing in Willimantic, CT! The film will be hosted as a partnership between CLiCK commercial kitchen and GROW Windham, an organization dedicated to promoting access to healthy food through community food projects and food- and garden-based youth programming.
Come see the film and join together with the Willimantic community as a part of a larger celebration of the small, good things we can all do to improve the world!
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"A Small Good Thing" by Pamela Tanner Boll explores what it takes to live a good life at the beginning of this new century. This film follows six people who, despite economic concerns and high levels of stress, have found a way to have more meaning in their lives, a closer bond with their families and communities, and a deeper connection to themselves and the natural world.
CLiCK, Inc (Commercially Licensed Cooperative Kitchen) is a non-profit organization run on co-operative values serving the needs of the local Windham, CT community through its commitment to a just, locally-based, sustainable and healthy food system. The mission of CLiCK is to provide education and training in the culinary arts and nutrition to a diverse demographic in Eastern, Connecticut. CLiCK aims to implement a sustainable social and economic development model by maintaining a licensed food preparation facility that will support local “farm-to-table” micro-enterprise development, educational opportunities, technical assistance and sustainability.
GROW Windham is a collaboration of community partners dedicated to promoting access to healthy food in the Windham region through the support of community food projects and food- and garden-based youth programming. GROW Windham was founded in the Fall of 2010 as a collaboration between the Willimantic Food Coop and the Town of Windham to support the development of school and community vegetable gardens in the Windham region. Today, the collaboration supports three initiatives: K-8 classroom and afterschool programming in Windham Public Schools; GROW Windham’s year-round high school program, the Windham Youth CORE; and community food projects, such as the Windham Community Food Network and the expansion of the Willimantic Farmers’ Market.