WATERVILLE — A documentary “After I Pick The Fruit: The Lives of Migrant Women” at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 16, at Railroad Square Cinema.

The film will feature the lives of five female immigrant farmworkers.

This is a free event and donations will be accepted to benefit Maine Migrant Health Program outreach to the migrant community.

The documentary was directed and produced by 1971 Colby College graduate Nancy Ghertner. There will be discussion and coffee after the showing with Ghertner.

The event is sponsored by the Economic Justice Committee of First Congregational Church, Waterville and the Maine Migrant Health Program.

For more information, call 692-4445.

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