PARC’s “On Tour” Wild & Scenic Film Festival - LIVE Virtual
Protect American River Canyons is excited to be bringing our 6th Annual “On Tour” Wild & Scenic Film Festival to you virtually! We would have loved to see you in person, but we have realized that we cannot do it safely and we do not want to miss out in sharing our selection of 2020 award-winning films from the nation’s largest environmental film festival.
These engaging films inspire activism and transport audiences to the farthest reaches of the globe. Enjoy fabulous film making, gorgeous cinematography, and wonderful storytelling during an evening that offers films about nature, communities, wildlife, environmental justice, and indigenous cultures.
Join us on Saturday, October 10th, 2020 for an evening of humor, adventure, and inspiration from the comfort and safety of your home. Films will be available for streaming for 5 days after the October 10 event.
LIVE Virtual with Live Chat: Saturday, October 10th, 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Streaming: Sunday, October 11 through midnight Thursday, October 15, at your convenience.
Cost: General $25 Admission; Students $10 Admission.
If you purchased a ticket for our March 14, 2020 Film Festival, you already have your ticket for this event! You will be sent an email with registration link and password.
American River Confluence Paddlers rise and shine for four early hydro releases scheduled for:
Sunday, July 19
Saturday, July 25
Saturday, August 1
Friday, September 4th
PCWA will be making early morning hydro releases for rafting and kayaking on the North Fork. Water flows for enjoyable boating, around 1000 cfs, will arrive at the Confluence around noon, and at the Pump Station Rapids around 1:00 pm. - plenty of time to play and do the rapids many times using the portage trail.
See more here.
With respect for public health and safety PARC has decided to postpone the Wild and Scenic Film Festival. It is rescheduled to Saturday, October 10, 202 at the Auburn State Theatre. All tickets will be honored.
PARC supports efforts to protect public health and slow the rate of transmission of COVID-19. We will follow the orders of Governor Newsom and the advice of the California Department of Public Health.
Thank you for your understanding and patience. We look forward to seeing you all at this amazing program and set of films selected for 2020.
See schedule and film descriptions here.
See the Auburn State Theatre website at livefromauburn.com.
Thanks to all who participated in the Earth day American River Cleanup activities and iNaturalist BioBlitz on April 13, 2019!