WEATHER »

Miffed Moms Make Movie to Remake Menus


While you might get fed up with what your children are fed at school, few parents are like Amy Kalafa and Dr. Susan Rubin, who ended up making a film about their frustration. The pair, believing traditional school food programs have failed to safeguard the health of America’s children, started a grassroots revolution and produced the film Two Angry Moms, which you may have read about in the New York Times or heard of on KCRW’s Good Food. S.B. good guys the Orfalea Fund will begin its s’COOL FOOD Initiative with a free screening of this film on November 7 at the Marjorie Luke. What’s more, Kalafa and Rubin will join Food Systems Consultant Kate Adamick, who is directing the Santa Barbara s’COOL FOOD Initiative, in greeting the audience and answering questions following the film.

4•1•1

Two Angry Moms screens Wednesday, November 7, at 6 p.m., at Marjorie Luke Theatre (721 E. Cota St.). Sign up to attend at sCoolFood.org.

To submit a comment on this article, email letters@independent.com or visit our Facebook page. To submit information to a reporter, email tips@independent.com.



Be succinct, constructive, and relevant to the story. Leaving a comment means you agree to our Discussion Guidelines. We like civilized discourse. We don't like spam, lying, profanity, harassment or personal attacks.

comments powered by Disqus
event calendar sponsored by:

Sansum Clinic Offers New Way to Access Medical Data

iPhone app can organize multiple records, results, notifications.

Santa Barbara Gives! Features 55 Nonprofits

Community members are invited to donate to their favorite causes via SBGives.org.

Woman Killed by Train in Montecito

She was struck Friday morning near Olive Mill Road.

La Cumbre Sears Set for Closure

Liquidation sale begins this week.

City Council Approves Fee Allocation for Branch Libraries

The topic goes next to potential Goleta branch library cities.