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Wild & Scenic Film Fest
February 23, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Doors at 6:00 pm
Show at 7:00 pm
The Middle Colorado Watershed Council (MCWC) seeks to bring the community together around a resource everyone needs and cares about: water. Each winter, the organization hosts the Wild & Scenic Film Fest, a collection of short environmental and adventure films. The films show the challenges facing our planet and the people and communities working to protect it.
“We look forward to these evenings being entertaining, sparking conversation and maybe even inspiring action,” says Laurie Rink, executive director. “The Film Fest is a fundraiser for us. It’s
also a chance to educate, inspire, and engage the community in dialogue about issues facing water, hear success stories in the environment, and meet some inspiring outdoor heroes.”
There will be two screenings of the Wild and Scenic Film Fest in 2018:
- Thursday February 22, 2018 at the Vaudeville Theater in Glenwood Springs, and
- Friday February 23, 2018 at the New Ute Theatre in Rifle.
There will be 11 films and chance to win door prizes. Doors open at 6 p.m.; films begin at 7 p.m. Advance tickets are available online for $15, and all are general admission. On the day of the show, remaining tickets will be available at the door for $20. A full menu and full bar is offered at the Vaudeville Theater.
Sponsors of the 2018 Wild & Scenic Film Fest include Alpine Bank, Casey Brewing, Grand River Construction Co., Karp Neu Hanlon, Rifle Regional Economic Development Council, SGM, Sopris Realty, Bishop Plumbing & Heating, Berthod Motors, RJ Paddywacks, Roaring Fork Beer Company, Rifle Lock & Safe, Wright Water Engineers, Inc. and Mona Lisa Ladies Unique
For more information on the Wild & Scenic Film Festival and to purchase tickets, please visit www.midcowatershed.org. Learn more about the films and the filmmakers at
About the Middle Colorado Watershed Council
The Middle Colorado Watershed Council (MCWC) is a nonprofit conservation organization established in 2014. It stewards the stretch of the Colorado River from Glenwood Canyon to Debeque, Colo., including all the tributaries that flow into it. Its mission is to evaluate, protect, and enhance the health of the middle Colorado River watershed through the cooperative effort of watershed stakeholders.