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      October 24, 2019

      Thursday   5:30 PM

      1616 Del Paso Blvd.
      Sacramento, California

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      Sac Valley Section Movie Night - City Dreamers

      In celebration of October is Community Planning Month, you are invited to join the APA Sacramento Valley Section for an intimate screening of the award-winning documentary, City Dreamers.  When: October 24, 2019 Time: 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM Where: artspace 1616 (1616 Del Paso Boulevard) Ticket Cost: $10 for APA Members; $12 for Non-Members (Ticket price includes food, drinks, screening, and gallery access.) Online purchasing ends October 22. Tickets available at the door with $5 surcharge.  Parking + Travel + Prizes There is limited on-street parking near artspace 1616. In the spirit of Community Planning Month, we encourage you and your friends to carpool or take light rail (the Arden/Del Paso light rail station one block from the gallery) to this event. Those that are able to will receive a small prize at the door!  To claim your prize... take a photo of yourself en route via transit or carpool post it on social media include "#SacValleyCommunityPlanningMonth" in your post show us your handiwork at the door About City Dreamers This is a film about our changing urban environment and four trailblazing women architects who have been working, observing and thinking about the transformations shaping the cities of today and tomorrow for over 70 years. City Dreamers follows four women whose careers intersect, resemble and complement each other. Denise, Phyllis, Blanche and Cornelia, now between the ages of 87 and 97, are the heart and soul of this documentary. Shot on location in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Philadelphia, The film features new interviews with the women and reveals archival materials that shed light on how our cities have grown from the mid-20th century to today. City Dreamers is, above all, inspired by what has united these four women throughout their careers: the “dream” of a fundamentally human and inclusive city. Learn more about the film on their website: www.citydreamersfilm.com. Have Questions? Please contact Amy at amy@mintierharnish.com for some answers.

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