LEAD POISONING: A documentary linking lead contamination to a rise in childhood behavioral and learning disorders such as ADD, ADHD and autism spectrum symptoms will be screened at 12:45 p.m. Sunday at the New Orleans Museum of Art. The screening is free with museum admission.

“MisLead: America’s Secret Epidemic” will be followed by a conversation with director Tamara Rubin, soils expert Howard Mielke and parents of children who experienced early lead exposure.

The screening is presented by the Lead Safe America Foundation.

For information, call Beth Butler, president of Lead Safe America Foundation, at (504) 941-2852.

PUBLIC ACCESS TV TOWN MEETING: The New Orleans Access Television Independent Producers Confederation announced recently that the New Orleans City Council and Cox New Orleans have taken steps to do away with public-access television at the end of 2014.

A meeting has been planned to bring together NOATV producers, viewers and Cox subscribers to discuss the future of NOATV. According to a flier sent by organizers of the meeting, this time last year NOATV producers had three channels. Today, there is one.

The town hall meeting will take place at 6 p.m. Thursday at the St. James Historic A.M.E. Church Meeting Hall, 221 N. Derbigny St., New Orleans.

For information, call (504) 251-2201.