FREEPORT, Maine (AP) — The L.L. Bean Casco Conference Center will host a free screening of The Peloton Project, a documentary about living with cancer.
The screening is set for June 26 at 7 p.m. The film follows 39 cyclists who travel 2,500 miles from Calgary, Alberta to Lewiston, Maine over the course of ten days to raise money for cancer. Each cyclist is paired with someone who is fighting cancer. The film also tells the story of three of the people fighting cancer.
The film premiered last year at the Lewiston-Auburn Film Festival.
The conference center is located at 15 Casco St. in Freeport, Maine.