THE VALUE OF AN AMERICAN WATERSHED©
* * Back in Sonoma by Popular Demand * *
Sonoma Screening # 3, April 16
Those who were not able to attend the previous two sold-out Sonoma screenings of the The Russian River: ALL RIVERS (at Sebastiani Theatre and Andrews Hall) have one more chance to catch a Sonoma showing.
The film everyone is talking about will be shown again, this time on a free-will donation basis on Thursday, April 16th at Burlingame Hall on the campus of First Congregational Church (FCC) located at 252 West Spain Street.
Doors open at 7:00 pm, and guests will be seated on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Sponsored by Transition Sonoma Valley and the Earth Care Committee of FCC, this showing of the highly acclaimed documentary will also feature interaction with former Editor of the Index Tribune, David Bolling. As co-founder and past president of Friends of the Russian River (a grassroots river coalition in Sonoma County), and as former executive director of Friends of the River (a California river conservation organization) Bolling has extensive experience in the film’s subject matter.
According to the film’s producers (as of the end of March) the film “has been seen by nearly 3,000 people in 17 venues throughout Marin, Mendocino, Sonoma, Napa and Lake counties … The reception has been beyond our expectations, with full capacity seating and well-attended sessions of Q & A afterward.”
For more information about the film…
Read Out Earlier Post >>
Download the FCC-ECC/TSV Press Release >>
View/Add to Calendar >>
Read a Filmmaker Interview in The Sun >>
Learn about SCWA’s new $1.8 million salmonid monitoring grant >>
Join Russian Riverkeeper’s Mailing List >>
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