Join us in celebrating outdoor adventure with ten inspiring short films that take us from skiing snowy peaks to paddling wild rivers around the world. We’ll have free raffle prizes to give away from Peak Design, Klean Kanteen, Clif Bar, and more. We’ll also be providing an update on the Animas River, including the status of the Superfund cleanup at the headwaters, the site of the 2015 Gold King Mine spill. After the film festival, join us for an after party at Three Rivers Brewery (ages 21+).
Film Festival Tickets
Tickets are $15, $12 for students and seniors. Tickets can be purchased online at or at the door and non-alcoholic beverages and concessions will be available at the theatre.
The 2019 Films
A Letter to Congress
Where the Wild Things Play
Climbing Out of Disaster
In Perpetual Motion
Imagination: Tom Wallisch
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