2013-12-20 Fireside Movie Series at Heartland Forest (FREE for Dec 20, Dec 22 & Dec 29)

Fireside Movie Series at Heartland Forest

Free Admission to Fireside Movie Series

Movies start at 1:00 p.m. Hot and Cold Drinks plus Snacks and Treats available for purchase! Supervision is required.

Friday, December 20th – PD Day

“Finding Farley“ is an exciting adventure movie about a family vacation that becomes a 5000  KM trip across Canada, from the Prairies to the Maritmes, tracing the footsteps of Farley Mowat, great Canadian author of books such as Never Cry Wolf and A Whale for the Killing. Mom and dad, their two year old son Zev and Willow, the dog, have a series of incredible adventures, from trekking, to sailing, to portaging, to paddling a canoe upstream.  This is a lively movie that is fun for all, and is suitable for family viewing.

Sunday, December 22nd, 2013

“The Force of Nature“ is an award winning film featuring the life and ideas of Canadian scientist, educator, broadcaster and activist David Suzuki. This is his self described last lecture and message for Canadians; his life, his thoughts, his legacy. 92 minutes plus shorts.

Sunday, December 29th, 2013

“Passage“ is the story of the last journey of British explorer Sir John Franklin and his crew; they perished in the Arctic in an attempt to discover the Northwest passage. It challenges the way we look at history. 113 minutes plus shorts.

About Heartland Forest

Heartland Forest Nature Experience is a unique natural attraction Where Learning Comes Naturally. Located in rural Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, Heartland Forest is a registered charitable organization since 2003.

Heartland Forest is a wonderful example of a Carolinian Forest including seasonal wetlands that clearly demonstrate the amazing diversity of life that exists here. It is a joy to see all ages and abilities, whether it is seniors, families or school and community groups, learn and grow while enjoying the 2.5 km of accessible trails, butterfly garden, animal carvings, Tootsie Express train, barrier-free mini-putt and picnic areas. People come for all over South Western Ontario to visit Heartland Forest for both its accessibility and the outdoor nature experience with over 18,000 visitors annually.

Open year round. Free admission. Dogs welcome!

Heartland Forest Nature Experience

8215 Kalar Road, Niagara Falls, ON
Phone: 905.356.7384