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Special Invitation: 100 Places to Remember

The Office of the Mayor and the Office of Sustainability cordially invite you and a companion to be our guests at 

An Evening with
100 Places to Remember

Two Screenings each on:  Oct. 3    or   Oct. 5

 Reception Follows 
 Light buffet and cash bar
Texas Spirit Theater
Bob Bullock Texas State
History Museum

This special evening shares the stories of 100 Places to Remember Before They Disappear. Beautiful large-format images by top international photographers will transport you to fascinating places around the globe threatened by climate change. The complimentary screenings will be enlivened by community leaders who will share their Central Texas perspectives. This U.S. premiere features 50 of the photographs and stories from the 100 Places to Remember exhibition, which originated in Copenhagen and has toured Europe and the Mideast.

Host      Mayor Lee Leffingwell                   In conjunction with SXSW Eco
Master of Ceremonies      The Honorable Will Wynn

Lucia Athens, City of Austin | Jose Beceiro, Austin Chamber of Commerce | Peter Beck, St. Edward’s University | Brandi Clark Burton, EcoNetwork | George Cofer, Hill Country Conservancy | Kerry Cook and Carey King, UT Austin | Sandy Dochen, IBM | Roland Galang, Skout Real Estate | Eva Hernandez, Sierra Club | Brandon Janes, Jackson Walker  | Susan Kaderka, National Wildlife Federation | Matthew Lewis, City of San Marcos | Jim Marston, Environmental Defense Fund | Earl Maxwell, St. David’s Foundation | Bill McLellan, Family Eldercare | Luke Metzger, Environment Texas | Kevin Tuerff, Enviromedia | Michele Van Hyfte, Seton | Greg Weaver, Catellus | Michael Webber, Clean Energy Incubator | David Weinberg, League of Conservation Voters | commentators vary with screenings     

To ensure a seat, please RSVP today using links below.

Wednesday, Oct. 3, 6 p.m. screening          Password:  100places
Friday, Oct. 5, 6 p.m. screening

Night-Owl Screenings also available:

Wednesday, Oct. 3, 8:30 p.m. screening            Password: 100places
Friday, Oct. 5, 8:30 p.m. screening