Another screening of “Blossoms and Thorns” set in Richmond

The July 14 debut of “Blossoms and Thorns,” a documentary on the Japanese-American families that built a thriving flower-growing trade in Richmond and El Cerrito, was an unquestioned success, attracting more than 600 visitors to the Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park Visitor Education Center at 1414 Harbor Way South in Richmond.
If you missed that screening, the short film will be shown again at 2 p.m. Friday at the visitors center, located at the back of the Ford Point Building.

Chris Treadway