Introducing Food Movie Nights!

Join us at Christ United Methodist Church, 307 S. Main St, Greeneville, TN on Thursday, November 10 for a light supper and a viewing of Food Inc.

Supper featuring locally produced food ($10 adults/$4 kids 2-10) will begin at 5:30

Food Inc. (FREE) will begin at 6:15

There will be fun food themed learning activities for children (By Donation) provided by Tusculum College Service-Learning Students

We will follow with discussion!

Please Contact us to RSVP for supper or if you have any questions! Click here for printable flyer.

In Food, Inc., filmmaker Robert Kenner lifts the veil on our nation's food industry, exposing the highly mechanized underbelly that has been hidden from the American consumer with the consent of our government's regulatory agencies, USDA and FDA. Our nation's food supply is now controlled by a handful of corporations that often put profit ahead of consumer health, the livelihood of the American farmer, the safety of workers and our own environment.



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Rural Resources, Tusculum College, and Christ United Methodist Church

invite you to join us for

Food Movie Night and Rain Barrel Silent Auction


Thursday, February 2nd at Christ United Methodist Church, 307 South Main, Greeneville.   We will show Ingredients, a documentary by Robert Bates that explores the local foods movement and its origins, including interviews with farmers, politicians, and locavore champions like Alice Waters and Peter Hoffman.

The rain barrels for auction are hand-painted by students at Tusculum College.  Each one features a recreation of a well-known work of art, rendered in bright weather-ready paint--set to move from the event straight into your garden.  All proceeds benefit Rural Resources.

A local foods dinner kicks off the evening at 5:30pm, $10 adults/$4 children and students with ID.  The movie and auction are FREE and start at 6:15pm.  Please RSVP for dinner, so we can be sure to have enough food.  Childcare provided, with fun food-themed activities to keep your young ones busy while you enjoy yourself!

Artist Ashton Hardeman with her rain barrel

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