The Spokane Riverkeeper, Mountain Gear, and Patagonia are thrilled to bring the Spokane community together around local and global issues in a venue where environmental groups are able to help new activists take action. Whether depicting the struggle for environmental justice or an educational tale about an endangered species, the films expose people to forward-thinking ideas and global awareness.
This Festival is the 3rd annual screening of environmental films that feature nature's beauty, cutting edge environmental issues, humor and more. The films are a mix of short films between 4 and 15 minutes and a longer 25 minute film called The Elwha Undammed - What's a River For. This film features the story of the largest river restoration project in US history – the un-damming of the Elwha River. Other films call out the beauty of the continental divide, while still others are take on hard environmental issues. Come visit tables and talk to environmentally minded folks and enjoy a raffle for great prizes from Mountain Gear and Silver Bow Fly Shop.
Thank you for your support! All proceeds benefit the Spokane Riverkeeper: For a fishable and swimmable Spokane River.
- Date - Thursday, May 4th, 2017
- Where - The Garland Theater 924 W Garland Ave, Spokane, WA 99205 - Google Maps
- Parking - Free Parking
- Doors Open - 6:00 pm
- Show Starts - 7:00 pm
- Cost - $10 Online (Eventbrite) - $15 Cash (at the Door)