Chasing Water on March 24

Western Colorado Congress is once again hosting the Wild & Scenic Film Festival.

Exciting new location this year is in the Colorado Mesa University Center Ballroom on Saturday, March 24.  Doors open 6:00pm, program starts at 7:00 pm.

We’ll feature a handful of engaging films that inspire viewers to join WCC protecting the environment.   Our feature film is Chasing Water, with photographer Pete McBride following the Colorado River from its source in the Rockies to the sea.  McBride will be interviewed on KAFM Radio on Tuesday, March 13th from 12:30-1:00pm.

High Noon Solar and Bookcliff Vision Center continue as our local sponsors. WCC is also partnering with the Colorado Mesa University [CMU] Outdoor Program, as well as Environmental Networking for Volunteering Students and DMU’s Sustainability Council.

We’re also including our first-ever CMU student environmental video contest, showing the winner that night.

Advance tickets are available for $10 in Grand Junction at Summit Canyon Mountaineering (461 Main St) and Whitewater West (418 South 7th St).  Students are $5.  To buy tickets online, visit WCC’s website.

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