Spring Valley Memorial Park7 Memorial Park DrSpring Valley, NY10977 Map
THE RALLY BEGINS 11:00AM AT THE SPRING VALLEY VILLAGE HALL WHERE WE WILL MARCH TO MEMORIAL PARK
WHERE WE WILL HEAR FROM KEYNOTE SPEAKER MONDAIRE JONES ESQ AND OTHER GUEST SPEAKERS!
CUPON Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser
Hillcrest Firehouse, 374 North Main Street, Map
CUPON Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser, Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 4:00 pm.
6th Annual Suffern Film Festival
Lafayette Theater97 LAFAYETTE AVENUESuffern, NY10901 Map
For the 6th year in a row ROSA brings the Wild & Scenic Film Festival to the historic Suffern Lafayette Theatre. Enjoy 10 short exciting, educational and inspirationals films from one of the nation's leading environmental and outdoor oriented film festival in one of the singularly most beauty film theatres in the county.
• Doors open at 6:30. Mighty Wurlitzer plays at 7:00
Proceeds support ROSA4Rockland.... See MoreSee Less
Our village is suffocating in a traffic nightmare! Join us for a short rally before the board meeting. The board is approving hundreds of new units with no plan for traffic. Trees are being cut down at an alarming pace. Pollution is choking our children. We are calling for a moratorium on development until a new comprehensive plan is done.... See MoreSee Less
Exclusive Studio 54 Film Benefit, $15-Dress up for VIP Seating
Lafayette Theatre Suffern, NY97 Lafayette AveSuffern, NY Map
A special one-night-only screening of the NY Times Critics' Picks documentary Studio 54 to benefit the legal environmental advocacy fund: LEAF of Hudson Valley (501c3). ONLY $15 per ticket for film and post film panel of filmmakers, doorman, and designers.
In the late 70’s Susan Hillary Shapiro and Glenn Albin - both NYU film students - gained exclusive access to film inside Studio 54. Now, 40 years later, this never-before-seen archival footage is woven throughout the documentary Studio 54 directed by Matt Tyrnauer (Roy Cohen, and Valentino: The Last Emperor).
Studio 54 presents a vivid, glorious portrait of a disco-era phenomenon, and tells the story of two friends who stuck together through thick and thin.
Susan, a Rockland County native, founded LEAF to support legal advocacy to protect natural resources, curb overdevelopment in Rockland County, encourage renewable energy and fight abuses of the nuclear power industry, including stopping the $7.6 billion dollar nuclear subsidy, the largest dirty subsidy in New York State history.
Elliott Forrest, national radio host and Peabody Award-winning journalist, will conduct a Q&A with Studio 54 archival filmmakers and designers after the screening.
Tickets sold for this screening will fund environmental advocacy and justice work by LEAF for Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, ROSA 4 Rockland, CUPON Inc., IPSEC, and NIRS.... See MoreSee Less