Climate change is affecting our state’s varied regions and residents in different ways, but all Minnesotans have a climate story to tell. Celebrate Earth Week with us the evening of Wednesday, April 20th: join us for a free screening of the film “Minnesota Stories in a Changing Climate” at the Mill City Museum. The Twin Cities PBS production “Minnesota Stories in a Changing Climate” showcases three stories of Minnesotans experiencing climate change, narrated by some of the state’s leading experts. The film will be followed up by a facilitated discussion with Climate Generation and City of Minneapolis Sustainability Staff. This event is free and open to the public and includes a pre & post reception with an hour of hosted bar and appetizers. 6 p.m. Welcome Reception (hosted bar and appetizers) 6:30 p.m. Screening of Minnesota Stories in a Changing Climate 7 p.m. Facilitated Discussion, Opportunities to Take Action, and Continued Networking Make your Earth Day Celebration even better by adding a volunteer event! Several of the event organizers have Earth Day clean-up events scheduled for the weekend; inquire at the event to learn about how you can help!