March 28, 2017

6:30-8 pm

Audience: Adults, Public, Families

Event Type: Film/Art/Media

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Join KQED, the Presidio Trust and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy for a FREE preview screening and panel discussion of PBS Nature's new documentary, Yosemite, and discover how climate change is affecting one of America's greatest national parks.

Moderator: Craig Miller, KQED Science Editor

Panelists: Joseph Pontecorvo, Filmmaker; Anthony Ambrose, UC Berkeley Tree Canopy Biologist; and Dr. Patrick Gonzalez, Principal Climate Change Scientist for the U.S. National Park Service.

Doors Open and Free Parking at 6pm. PLEASE plan to arrive at the Presidio Officers' Club no later than 6:15pm to check in. The Presidio also offers a free shuttle bus from BART and other locations. Find out more about public transportation options here.

Tickets and Seating: PRINT your ticket(s) out or have your ticket(s) ready to be displayed on your phone. Seating is first come, first served, general seating with proof of Eventbrite registration. The Presidio Officers' Club has a strict policy and will release all unclaimed tickets @ 6:25pm. Those on the waitlist will be accommodated as seating allows.

Special Happy Hour Menu at Arguello: The Presidio’s Arguello restaurant, located conveniently adjacent to Moraga Hall where Yosemite screens, will offer a special happy hour menu starting at 4 pm and available throughout the screening. Come by early and enjoy a special drinks and nibbles menu with delicious happy hour pricing.



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