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NO SMALL MATTER – an encore screening
Wednesday | June 12th
Megaplex Theatres at Jordan Commons
9335 S. State St. | Sandy, UT
6:00pm | Networking
6:45pm | Movie Start
8:00pm | Panel Discussion
Children’s Service Society of Utah is proud to host an encore screening of No Small Matter!
You asked for it – so we’ve delivered! The energy from those who attended the premier screening in April was INCREDIBLE and truly carved the landscape for change. WE are brain builders and WE can make a difference for our youth!
Tickets (RSVP required)
Please click HERE to RSVP and claim your FREE ticket today!
More About No Small Matter
No Small Matter is a documentary film and national engagement campaign, sharing powerful stories and stunning truths about the human capacity for early intelligence, and the potential for quality early care and education to benefit America’s social and economic future.
The feature-length presentation reveals how our country is raising its youngest citizens, why making the most of this time in their lives is so crucial, and most importantly, what we can do to change the perception of when learning begins. No Small Matter is designed to kick-start the public conversation about early care and education.
Learn more before the show at: nosmallmatter.com/
A networking “hour” will be held prior to the event, encouraging guests to share their experiences around early learning.
A panel discussion will follow the film, allowing guests to further explore how to become an advocate for early childhood development, the issues local to our communities here in Utah, and ask questions as it relates to their personal or professional experiences. Panel members will be:
Dr. Sam Goldstein | Neuropsychologist & Author
Tracy Gruber | Director of Utah Office of Child Care
Natalie Brush | Executive Director of Utah Head Start Association
The panel discussion will conclude at 8:30pm.
Please email any questions or comments to Casey@cssutah.org.