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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 or paul@PSANDALLMARKETINGGROUP.COM

Please check out The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival at 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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