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Saturday, November 11th, 2017
Spend a night out and join us at CMC Leadville – Climax Building at 5:30pm for the 5Point Adventure Film Festival Saturday, November 11th.
** El Mexicano Taco Truck will be there at 5pm – 6:30pm **
Refreshments will be provided and we’ll also have a stellar silent auction of delightful goods. Thank you in advance for supporting all of our efforts and taking the time to be apart of this adventurous community here in Lake County!
Get a taste of it below!!
Join us for a public discussion about radon featuring a panel of experts. Learn how radon occurs and finds its way into our homes, the health risks associated with radon, and mitigation strategies and resources to help you take action.
This Saturday, March 14th from 4-5:30pm, Climax Leadership Building Rm. 401 at Colorado Mountain College.
Free test kits will distributed at the event.
Cloud City Conservation Center is partnering with the Lake County Open Space Initiative to host Lake County’s first official Wild and Scenic Film Festival. Be prepared to watch some incredible films and get inspired.
October 17th at the Elks Lodge, 123 W 5th Leadville
Films start at 6:00 pm and last until 9:00 pm.
Doors open at 5:00.
Tickets are $10 for C4 Members. Become a member, it’s free.
Tickets are $15 for non-members.
Pay at the door or using Paypal here:
FOOD and DRINK
Holy Crepe is honoring us with crepes for $1 each. What kind of crepes? Strawberry and chocolate, blueberry and lemon, and doubly chocolate. This great deal is brought to you by our Film Fest Sponsors. Drinks are available for purchase at the Elks Bar.
ABOUT WILD AND SCENIC
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival was started by the South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL) to raise support for protecting our beloved Yuba River here in the foothills of Northern California’s Sierra Nevada. SYRCL was started in 1983 by a group of concerned citizens who banded together to fight against several proposed dams on the river. The festival’s namesake celebrates achieving Wild & Scenic status in 1999 for 39 miles of the South Yuba River. SYRCL’s Film Festival On Tour serves as a national platform for local environmental advocacy.