LONG BEACH ISLAND – Come out to the LBI Foundation of the Arts & Sciences 120 Long Beach Boulevard in Loveladies, for a screening of Adele and Everything After on March 10.
This screening will be co-sponsored by both The Lighthouse International Film Society and the Southern Ocean County Animal Shelter. There will also be a demonstration by Canine Partners for Life and a question and answer session with Marty Harris, one of the subjects of the film.
Adele and Everything After is a feature-length documentary about a woman with a broken heart, and the service dog who saved her.
Marty had a heart condition that used to make her faint every day. Adele was one of the world’s first cardiac alert service dogs, and she stopped Marty from fainting at all. With Adele by her side, Marty went from being unable to walk around the block without passing out, to leading an adventurous, joy-filled life as a wife and mother.
When Adele gets too old to continue working, Marty must figure out how to let go of her best friend and find a new partner who can take over the job of protecting her heart.
Tickets are $5 for adults and free for children and Lighthouse International Film Society Members. For tickets and more information about upcoming events visit our website at lighthousefilmfestival.org.