Event Information

It's Easy Being Green:
Kids Helping the Environment & Other Stories

Tickets are not available any more on Belmont World Film. You may be able to buy tickets at the venue if available.

Returns Policy:

Returns accepted up to 0 hours before the event.

Service charges may apply for the return of tickets as follows:

  1. Return for store credit: 0.00% of the ticket price is deducted
  2. Refund to your credit card: 0.00% of the ticket price is deducted

Exchange / Upgrade Policy:

No exchange

Followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Lynne Cherry and one of her film subjects!

A selection of short films about the environment and animals, including: Words Have Power, about a 10 year-old girl who fights to close down a coal burning plant in her neighborhood; Aiden’s Butterflies, about an 11 year-old boy who has been growing milkweed and sheltering and releasing Monarch Butterflies since he was 6 years old; Earth Doctor, a film made by middle school students in Maui in which Earth visits a doctor to diagnose her unusual symptoms; How Animals Hibernate, a science version of Peter and the Wolf; and The Last Straw, about a 9 year-old boy from Vermont who convinces restaurants to “go straw-free” and three Cape Cod girls who take a pledge to “skip the straw.” Age 5+


This program is supported in part by generous grants from the Gravester FoundationMass Cultural Council, and the Arlington Cultural Council.

We are also grateful to our corporate sponsors:


Province Sponsors



Capital Sponsors



Media Sponsors



Event Flyer