4th Annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival - A Climate of Change
Friday, November 22nd, 2013
Dinner, Wine and Beer 6:00 pm; Show 7:00 pm
Avalon Theatre $50
Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy (MRC) will host its Fourth Annual Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival, "A Climate of Change", on Friday, November 22nd at Easton's Avalon Theatre.
The festival includes a free afternoon program for children from 2 pm to 3:30 pm. The adult program begins at 6 pm and includes local food, free wine and beer, a silent auction, and a film program lasting approximately one hour.
The festival screens an array of professionally made wild and scenic environmental film shorts, culminating in two local films by Tom Horton, award-winning environmentalist writer. The films will take you to beautiful places and introduce you to wildlife and people that inhabit these places.
Masters of Ceremony Tom Horton and David Harp, photographer, will bring to life and light the themes and ideas presented in the films.
Proceeds will help support MRC’s local river advocacy program. Details are posted on MRC's website. www.midshoreriverkeeper.org
A sampling of the silent auction items include:
- Dinner for up to ten cooked at your home by noted Chef Jean Carlo Tondin of Scossa’s with accompanying wine provided by Philip Bernot of Wishing Well Liquors.
- A night’s stay at the Bartlett Pear and Chef’s tasting dinner for two!
- Falcon and horse experience with lunch for up to six people.
- A week at a ski chalet in Sun Valley, Idaho.
- Dinner for two at the Inn at Perry Cabin.
- Several dinners or lunches hosted at the homes of local residents; some of these experiences include boat outings too!
- Nature paddle with biologist Nick Carter.
- Boat outings with MRC Riverkeepers and lunch included.