Hey Flathead Valley (and beyond!) – I hope you’re gearing up for a lovely weekend.
So… have you given any thought as to your plans for Tuesday? No? Well, take this into consideration:
The Telluride MountainFilm on Tour is headed to Whitefish on April 19, courtesy of the Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation.
Here’s the skinny from the BMWF’s Facebook page for the event:
Join us for a night of incredible independent films celebrating the indomitable spirit and support the BMWF’s continued efforts of volunteer trail restoration and noxious weed eradication in the Bob!
The exciting event will also feature our wildly popular raffle and prize giveaways at each location. This year we’re also featuring a Grand Prize Raffle, courtesy of Swan Mountain Outfitters, a 5-day pack trip in the Bob Marshall Wilderness for Two, valued at $3500. Other raffle prizes include raft trips, fly fishing packages, gear, lodging, dining, horse trips and much much more! Beverages, snacks and BMWF information on volunteer projects will be available at all locations. Discounted Bob Squad memberships will also be available.
The Whitefish leg of the tour is one of the last Montana stops; other showing begin on April 16. If you’re in the neighborhood, check these dates out:
Tickets for all shows are $12 advance or $15 at the door.
Great Falls: Saturday, April 16th, Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center. Doors open 6:30PM; films start at 7PM.
Advance tickets available at Bighorn Wilderness in Great Falls (453-2841) and Mountainfront Market in Choteau.
Bozeman: Sunday, April 17th, Emerson Center for Arts and Culture. Doors open at 6PM; films start at 7PM.
Advance tickets available at Northern Lights Trading Co (586-2225), The Emerson Grill (586-5247) and Barrel Mountaineering (582-1335).
Helena: Monday, April 18th, Myrna Loy Center. Doors open at 6:30PM; films start at 7PM.
Advance tickets available at Blackfoot River Brewing (449-0307), The Myrna Loy Center (443-0287) or The Real Food Store (443-5150).
Whitefish: Tuesday, April 19th, O’Shaugnessy Center. Doors open at 6 PM; Films start at 7PM
Advance tickets available at Rocky Mountain Outfitter in Kalispell (752-2446) and The White Room in Whitefish (863-7666).
According to the folks at Outside Media, the proceeds go toward the BMWF’s projects, which include trail maintenance, noxious weed removal and restoration projects.
Visit the Outside Media blog for a list of the movies you’ll see if you go.
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