Amqui Station will host four screenings of Crystal Z Campbells's film, Go-Rilla Means War, in conjunction with the Amqui Station Farmers Market on July 15 & 29 and August 12 & 19. Step inside the museum to cool down and view the approximately 20-minute film, which, like Amqui Station, is a relic of the past imbued with stories of abandonment, acquisition, exchange, community development, and revitalization.
About Amqui Station & Visitor's Center
Amqui Station is a former train depot that was famously saved from demolition by the country music singer Johnny Cash. Now a museum and educational center, Amqui Station hosts educational programs, tours, and special events year-round. Now in its fifth season, the Amqui Station Farmers Market sells fresh local produce, baked goods, and handcrafted objects. The market matches SNAP (EBT) tokens up to $20 per person every week for fruits and vegetables. Learn more about Amqui Station at www.amquistation.org.