Film Screening & Community Conversation Evening (Public)

In conjunction with Children of the Setting Sun Productions of Lummi Nation + Spirit Farm of Navajo Nation

Film Screening & Community Conversation Evening (Public)

My friends from SOURCE Paper and the Orcas Community Participatory Agriculture project are putting this event on in conjunction with the Lummi and Navajo native communities. It looks like an interesting event.


Thursday, March 7, 2024
Doors open at 6:30pm

Sea View Theatre
Eastsound, WA

$10* tickets

As an opening to the 2024 San Juan Islands Agricultural Summit, OCPA and SOURCE paper are excited to announce an evening of FILM AND COMMUNITY CONVERSATION with Lummi Nation based production company, Children of the Setting Sun Productions (CSSP), and Spirit Farm from Navajo Nation. All are welcome to join!

The screening will feature short films that share perspectives and practices that nourish communities and honor Indigenous ways of knowing. Following the films there will be a Q+A dialogue with CSSP and Spirit Farm crew members. 

Before the evening’s events Farm to Ferry food truck will be cooking up delicious local fare in the lot adjacent to the theater. Come early to support our local farmers and food truck!

An “Offering Table” will be available at the screening for the community to contribute food and/or gifts, which will be distributed to the honored speakers from the film screening and to the Traditional Foodways workshop being held at the SJI Ag Summit on Friday, March 8th. This is a beautiful chance to show gratitude through gifting. We thank you. 

If you haven’t registered for the Ag Summit, you have one week left! Register here.

*$10+ suggested, no one will be turned away for lack of funds. Thanks to the generosity of community sponsors, all ticket proceeds and donations will go directly to the speakers. 

With Gratitude,
Caitlin Leck and Jaime Beechum

2024 Ag Summit Steering Committee