Kids Go Wild & Scenic: 4:30-5:45 p.m., Pink Garter Theatre, 50 W. Broadway, Free!
Evening Program: 7 to 9:30 p.m., Pink Garter Theatre, 50 W. Broadway, $15
This Fall, the Alliance is once again partnering with Patagonia and Skinny Skis to bring highlights from one of the largest environmental film festivals in the United States back to Jackson Hole!
Come on over to the Pink Garter Theatre, 50 W. Broadway in downtown Jackson, at 7 p.m. on Friday, October 15, for the Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival. An eclectic mix of inspiring short films, adventure chronicles and calls to action, this festival features something for everyone. It offers gems ranging from "Generations: A Perspective of Climate Change" produced by Jackson Hole’s own Teton Gravity Research, to a two-minute piece that asks, “Can we get more people to take the stairs instead of the escalator by making it fun to do?” Great door and raffle prizes, refreshments and good company will be available both before the 7 p.m. show and at intermission.
This year’s festival also features a free after-school program, “Kids Go Wild & Scenic,” from 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. the same day at the Pink Garter, aimed at ages 5 to 12. After this special screening of brief films by and for younger viewers, award-winning filmmaker Jeff Hogan will take the stage to answer questions about the art and profession of making movies.
Tickets for the evening event are $15 and are on sale at Valley Books, 125 N. Cache; at the Alliance office, 685 S. Cache; and online by clicking here. They’ll also be sold on October 15 at the door, where, if you sign up for an Alliance membership, you’ll get in for free! Please click here or call (307) 733-9417 for more details.
Don’t miss this one-day-only event!
For more information: http://www.jhalliance.org/.