Dream, Girl Documentary to Be Shown in White River Junction

The Vermont Women’s Fund and the Vermont Community Foundation will co-host a screening of a documentary about women entrepreneurs, Dream, Girl, on Tuesday, May 23 at  Briggs Opera House, White River Junction.

Dream, Girl showcases the stories of inspiring and ambitious female entrepreneurs and the risks they take to achieve their dreams. The film starts at 5:30 p.m. and will be followed by a Q&A panel of local women entrepreneurs including Judith Irving, co-founder of Fat Toad Farm; Amy Robb, co-founder of The Engine Room; and Joan Ecker, founder and CEO of F.H. Clothing Company.

Since its release, Dream, Girl has been shown in 81 different countries. In May of 2016, it was viewed at a private screening at the White House for the Council on Women and Girls. The Vermont Women’s Fund also recently co-sponsored a screening of the film in Burlington.

The event  is co-sponsored by Mascoma Savings Bank and Clean Yield Asset Management.

Tickets are available for $10 for general admission, $5 for students. For more information and to purchase tickets, go to www.vermontcf.org/dreamgirlfilm.

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