Drive-In Movie Featuring KRC Board Member Donn Teske
Ready for an evening out? Here’s a safe way to gather with/near others while taking in a movie. Join us for a FREE drive-in screening of “The Disrupted,” the documentary film audiences have been raving about. Tuesday, September 1, at the Boulevard Drive-In, Kansas City, Kansas.
In addition to providing some much-needed entertainment, the film features Donn Teske, a fifth-generation Kansas farmer who wears a lot of other hats as well, including being president of the Kansas Farmers Union and a board member of KRC!
THE DETAILS: *Drive-In Location: The Boulevard Drive-In Theatre is located at 1051 Merriam Ln, Kansas City, KS 66103. RSVP HERE: https://bit.ly/DisruptedDriveIn.
*Arrival Time: Viewers should arrive between 6:30pm -7:00pm CDT to secure a parking space. The drive-in theater is first come, first serve, and accommodates 350 socially-distanced cars. Restrooms available on site. Concessions will not be available, so BYOB (no glass bottles), sodas and snacks.
*Screening Time: 8:00pm – 9:30pm CDT (exact start time depends on twilight)
* RSVP Required. 1 RSVP per car.
ABOUT THE FILM: “The Disrupted”, from Sarah Colt Productions, dives deep inside the lives of three Americans working harder than ever, as their place in the middle class slips away. For a farmer, a factory worker, and an Uber driver, rising income inequality betrays the American Dream. Check out the trailer at https://thedisruptedfilm.com/.
SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS: This special screening is hosted in partnership with Kansas Farmers Union, the Kansas Rural Center, Missouri Farmers Union, Cultivate KC, and Good Natured Family Farms.
To view a trailer of The Disrupted – https://thedisruptedfilm.com/.
See you at the movies!