OSSINING, N.Y. -- The Ossining Public Library will screen the documentary "Vegucated" on Thursday, March 20.
The screening, which is part of the Ossining Documentary & Discussion Series, is set to begin at 6:15 p.m. at the Ossining Public Library at 53 Croton Ave. in Ossining. The series includes two docu-comedies back-to-back for March "Vegucated" and April "Y.E.R.T – Your Environmental Road Trip: A story about environmentalism."
The library is at 53 Croton Ave.
The following is a synopsis of the film Vegucated, provided by the Ossining Documentary & Discussion Series:
"Three omnivores from various backgrounds try Veganism for six weeks in this light-hearted and, at times, comical film. They learn that Veganism isn't a cult, there are health benefits associated with the lifestyle, living conditions of animals are extremely poor on production farms, the environment suffers from livestock farming, and making lifestyle changes that go against the norms of culture and society can be difficult at times. Along the way, they explore which foods are vegan and which are not, including some surprising comfort foods such as: Chocolate Chip Teddy Grahams, and Oreo cookies! They share laughter and tears on their journey, which isn't always easy."
To learn more about the series and the film, visit the Ossining Documentary & Discussion Series website.
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