to promote film at Bijou
Actor Woody Harrelson will appear at the Bijou Cinema Thursday to promote his latest film, an environmental documentary.
The movie, "Go Further," follows Harrelson and friends on a 1,300-mile road trip in the summer of 2001. Harrelson and his crew of Merry Hempsters (a name inspired by Oregon author Ken Kesey's Merry Pranksters) cycled most of the way followed by a bio-fueled support bus that doubled as a mobile education vehicle for sustainable living.
The film includes Harrelson's stop in Eugene that year and his appearance at the University of Oregon, along with a special appearance by Kesey. Musicians Dave Matthews, Bob Weir and Natalie Merchant also appear in the documentary.
"Go Further" will open at the Bijou on Nov. 12.
Harrelson starred in the TV series "Cheers" and in the movie "Natural Born Killers."
Discussion topic: Legal issues and Alzheimer's
Robert Tozer, a Eugene elder law attorney, will talk about legal issues to be aware of when a parent or loved one has Alzheimer's disease, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Willamalane Adult Activity Center, 215 W. C St., Springfield. A $5 donation is suggested.
For more information, contact the Cascade-Coast office of the Alzheimer's Association at 345-8392.
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