Energy Group Presents Animated Disney Film WALL-E

Wednesday, February 28, 6 PM, at The Hub

Press release

The Andover Energy Group invites area residents of all ages to a showing of the 2008 award-
winning animated Walt Disney movie WALL-E on Wednesday, February 28, 6 PM, at The Andover Community Hub. 

Featuring a solitary robot named WALL-E and his efforts to clean up  the earth when humans have been evacuated to stations in space, the movie appeals to all ages and is appropriate for kids age 5 and older. The movie will be shown free of charge and popcorn will be served.

Considered one of the best animated films ever made, WALL-E has been interpreted as
tackling tough issues, such as rampant consumerism, corporate greed, and environmental
neglect, but it does so with a light touch and viewers can choose to ignore the messages while enjoying the story. The story follows WALL-E as he struggles to clean up the trash that
threatens to overwhelm the planet in the year 2805 and what happens after he finds a green
seedling alive amid the garbage. 

Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times named WALL-E “ an enthralling animated film, a visual wonderment, and a decent science-fiction story that appeals to both adults and children.”

The Andover Energy Group (AEG) is an informal group of local residents interested in
environmental and energy efficiency issues. For information, contact

The Andover Community Hub is located at 157 Main Street and is an accessible building. Overflow parking is available at the Andover Post Office or the AEMS parking lot behind the Town Office Building. For information about The Hub, contact or 603 735-5509.