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World Water Day Film Night - March 23

Updated: 5 days ago

**NOTE - This event is happening rain or shine as the space we will be using is sheltered by the Johnson Street Bridge.

Did you know that a creek has been running beneath the Downtown neighbourhood for over 100? Join us on Saturday, March 23rd at 7:30 pm under the Johnson Street Bridge for a free screening of the documentary film Lost Rivers, in celebration of World Water Day.

This event will take place in Lekwungen Territory and was inspired by the Invisible Water/Ways project, which seeks to raise awareness about Johnson Creek and other buried waterways in the region. They will be leading walking tours of the Johnson Creek watershed in May, so keep your eyes open for more details.

Accessibility details:

*The film will be screened under the east (Downtown) side of the Johnson Street Bridge. The space is accessible by stairs from Janion Square on the north side of the bridge or by sidewalk on the south side of Johnson Street.

*There will be some folding chairs available but if you are able to bring your own lawn chair or something else to sit on, please do.

*There is no washroom on site and the closest public washroom open at that time of day is at Centennial Square.

*There is paid parking in the Yates Street Parkade, as well as a few spots in a small lot beside the Northern Junk buildings (just south of the bridge) and on Store Street between Pandora and Johson (on the west side of Market Square).

We encourage those who are able to walk, cycle or take public transit to the event. The closest bus stops are on Wharf at Yates (routes 14 and 15), on Johnson at Wharf (routes 10, 24 and 25), and on Pandora between Government and Store (routes 14, 15, 24 and 25).

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