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Wildlife Conservation Film Festival Comes to Pearl Street Station November 13-15: 6:30-10 PM

Pearl Street Station Restaurant is pleased to accommodate the Boston Foray of the New York-based Wildlife Conservation Film Festival from November 13-15 from 6:30 -10:00 PM. Over the course of three (3) Evenings, short feature movies will be shown on the respective evenings centering around Africa, Australia, and The Oceans. Tickets are $25.00 each and checks may be made payable to "The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival of New York". A Three (3) Day Pass is available for $65.00. Seating is limited in the Tuscany Screening Room.



Dinner reservations may be made in the Dining and Bar Areas for after 4 PM on each of the three (3) Days- November 13 (Africa); November 14 (Australia); & November 15 (The Oceans) by contacting Paul Solano of PSANDALLMARKETINGGROUP at psfinserve@aol.com or paul@PSANDALLMARKETINGGROUP.COM


Please check out The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival at http://www.wcff.org for more information of its very impressive Film Festival presence in New York City for over 12 years. We hope that you will welcome this Internationally-known Organization to our Suburban Boston location. This Event is sponsored in part by Gotham Whale of Staten Island/Stoneham and Handi Capable Fitness of Malden.



N.B. A Sampling of the Movies that are anticipated to be viewed on the respective Evenings are:

November 13: "Pangolin Man", "Elephant Away", "Gorillas of Gabon", "Holding the Frontline", "Saving the Last Tuskers"

November 14: "Last Koalas", "Platypus Garden", "Black Cockatoo Crisis"

November 15: "Ocean Souls", "RED- A Sea Worth Protecting", "Shark with 1,000 Names", "Kelp-Treasure of the Salish Sea"

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