Last night the creator of Mango Groves holiday movie trailer, Sarah Winters age 10, presented @ City Hall. I briefly chatted with Sarah. She created this piece over a months time on the iPad mini which she purchased with her earnings. . The trailer was made in iMovie and shot on location at the green EcoCentre. She also used photos from last years Art at the Eco’s first annual and located a few of the artist who will participate in this years event. Her goal to attend Bak School for the Arts for communications . “It’s what I’m good at” Sarah understands that as a resident of the Mango Groves neighborhood she participates and assists in many of their fun events as an equal. This is way cool! 10?
The four-story, 33,000-square-foot EcoCentre at 1005 Lake Ave. opened in 2008. The green features are reused bricks that came from a demolished building in Chicago, countertops made from recycled glass and carpet made from recycled plastic. The elevator cables are lubricated with vegetable oil instead of petroleum-based lubricants. at 1005 Lake Ave. in Lake Worth. John Szerdi the Architect and our commissioner will give 2 tours .
The annualArt at the Eco is Saturday! Dec. 7, 2-7 p.m. all local artisans. No imported goods. Great family event .