September 20, 2010
'Lunch Line' to screen at Guild Theatre

If you're going to check out this documentary, make sure you're munching on organic popcorn from local sustainable farms. "Lunch Line" follows the ups and downs of six Chicago high school students who are on a mission to create healthy school lunches, and hit the cooking contest circuit. How do their efforts pay off? You'll have to watch to find out.

This screening, which is sponsored by Slow Food Sacramento, will be held Sunday at the Guild Theatre (2828 35th St., Sacramento) at 7 p.m. A pre-film reception will also be held at Old Soul at 40 Acres (3434 Broadway, Sacramento), and there's a post-screening panel about local advocacy efforts to keep school lunches healthier. Can we start by banning "mystery meat" at the school lunch counter?

Tickets for the movie cost $6. For more information:

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