A Wild and Scenic Film Festival

Fundraiser Wild and scenic posterPress release:

Come enjoy 12 exciting and inspiring adventure films at the Wild and Scenic Film Festival, Sunday September 11, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Redwood Playhouse in Garberville.  Lost Coast Interpretive Association is sponsoring this year’s festival, Adventure with a Purpose, a series of films that will have you on the edge of your seat.

Doors open at 4, with snacks and drinks, including beer and wine, for sale.  Also enjoy live music from Gayle and Michel Forner of Skyline Swing, information booths and a silent auction. Raffle tickets for a Trek mountain bike will be for sale and the winner will be announced at intermission.

The festival is a fundraiser for Lost Coast Interpretive Association’s environmental education programs like Summer Adventure Camp for kids, hikes, lectures, natural science lessons for Southern Humboldt schools, and the  Lost Coast Education Center and garden.

On tour at over 150 locations in the world, The Wild and scenic Film Festival is fun for the whole family. With films that illustrate the challenges facing the earth and the work communities are doing to protect the places we love, the festival is a celebration of our planet.

Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 students and seniors and available at the door, or on sale now at King Range Books. For more information contactwww.lostcoast.org.

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6 comments

  • Selling activism and change? No thanks.

  • Back in the Bottle Bro!

  • Bronks cheer you can’t spell it.bottle head

  • The films are adventure films about people who have elected to follow their passions. With stories such as a young man leaving the confines of a traditional job and bicycling from Oregon to the tip of Patagonia. A story of a father who won National Geographic’s Adventurer of the year, who takes his 11 year old daughter for her fist skiing expedition to the Antarctica. The stories may inspire people to get out and enjoy the wild lands that are left in the world. Perhaps they may inspire them to try something different, or make a change in your life for the better, or the betterment of mankind. Who knows, but what have you got to loose? It is a great way to support a worthy organization.

  • I am not sure where to post this .. So here it is. Has anyone seen the varied thrushes that come through in the fall and the spring Over the past couple years . They are Robin sized birds with black and orange markings on the males, the females are much paler. Anyone out there seen them ? I have not been seeing them and I’ve always seen large flocks over the years?

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