The Lost Coast Interpretation Association is proud to host this year’s Wild and Scenic Film Festival, September 11th, at the Redwood Playhouse in Garberville. The fun starts at 4 pm with sounds of Swing & Gypsy Jazz performed by Gayle and Michel Forner, food, drinks and silent auction. This year’s award winning film collection Adventure with a Purpose starts at 5 pm. There will also be door prizes and a raffle for a $600 24 speed mountain bike!
Tickets are $20 Adults/ $15 Seniors & Students, and are available at King Range Books or through firstname.lastname@example.org . All proceeds go to support the many environmental educational programs of LCIA such as the Lost Coast Environmental Education Resource lessons for local schools, scholarships for our Youth Interpreters, Summer Adventure Camp, hikes, lectures, and our Education Center with Native Garden.
We hope to see you there!
Film Trailer Links
Danny Macaskill is a very good bike rider. A very, very good bike rider. So he climbed a mountain near his home on the Isle of Skye and did something that will make you scream with joy and horror.
As a father and son rediscover their connection through a journey down the Colorado River and in the Grand Canyon, this poignant short teaches us that although we may sometimes go astray —stuck in eddies and in life — the path back to the important places is never too far away.
Deep in the Canadian North, six young men embarked on an epic adventure – 1500km, six rivers, three canoes, two months. It was going to be a mighty test of endurance, determination and friendship. But what they didn’t expect was the impact of the stories from one First Nations family. This chance encounter showed the team, that the Peel Watershed debate is not just about protecting the environment, but also a way of life. A boy’s own adventure turns into a mission to show the world why some places are worth preserving.