• Garland Theater (map)
  • 924 West Garland Avenue
  • Spokane, WA, 99205
  • United States

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 Flyshop.

Where: Garland Theatre, 924 W Garland Ave, Spokane, WA 99205...
When: Thursday, May 4th doors open at 6:00 pm for beer and conversation. Films start at 7:00 and run until 9:00 pm
Cost: $10 on line (Eventbrite) and $15 dollars at the door. All proceeds go to support the Spokane Riverkeeper Program
Raffles for great swag from Mountain gear and Silver Bow Fly shop and Patagonia.
Raffles for great swag from Mountain Gear and Silver Bow Fly shop and Patagonia.
The Festival is supported by Mountain Gear, Patagonia, River City Brewing, Silver Bow Fly Shop, Out There Monthly, Riverside State Parks Foundation, Spokane Falls Trout Unlimited, Spokane Parks and Recreation, Spokane River Forum, Northwest Whitewater Association, and the Spokane Canoe and Kayak Club.