Enviro Flick


EnviroFlick is an educational movie screening series hosted by Environmental Services that is aimed at spurring discussion on a variety of environmental topics. 

Past EnviroFlick events have screened films such as Wasted, the Story of Food Waste, Clean Bin Project, Bag it, and 2040: The Regeneration as well as family-friendly screenings of Wall*E and Microplastic Madness. 

The goal of the series is to engage with the community in a new way that is fun and informative. Movie screenings provide a global perspective of a particular topic. Often, a panel discussion of area experts hosted following the movie screening helps the community discuss local impacts and resources.

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Upcoming Family-Friendly Screening April 22

Celebrate Earth Day with screening of “Toy Story 4,” family activities at the Art Museum

Springfield Environmental Services and the Springfield Art Museum are teaming up to host a free, family friendly Earth Day event, 1-5 p.m., Saturday, April 22 at the Springfield Art Museum (1111 E. Brookside Drive). Families will learn about environmental stewardship and sustainability while discovering new ways to make toys from trash.

The film “Toy Story 4” will begin in the Art Museum auditorium at 1 p.m. as part of the Environmental Services department’s “Enviro Flick” movie screening series. Various make and take toy and activity stations will be available until 5 p.m.

Released in 2019, Toy Story 4 follows Woody and Buzz Lightyear as the pair and the other toys go on a road trip with Bonnie, who creates Forky, a spork made with recycled materials from her school. Forky is convinced he is trash and doesn’t fully understand his important role in the world.

The event and activities are offered at no charge. Toy Story 4 is rated G.