POTOMAC: The River Runs Through Us

Date and Time: 
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 - 7:00pm
Location: 
Long & Foster, 1680 Wisconsin Avenue NW
Program: 
Documentary Film and Expert Panel on the Water We Use and Drink

Each of us is connected to the Potomac River in our everyday lives. Most of us get our drinking water from the Potomac River. This beautiful documentary by film maker Peggy Fleming tells the story of how our well being and that of the future generation is intertwined with the health of the Potomac. Following the movie, we will hear from Peggy Fleming, the film maker,Thomas Jacobus, General Manager of the Washington Aqueduct -- an expert regarding how our water supply is treated and handled; and Stephany Flack of the Nature Conservancy. Hosted by Long & Foster in their office meeting space at Wisconsin and Reservoir Road. Limited parking available.

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