PICK: Walking in a Winter WILDland!

Hidden Rivers documents North America’s most biologically rich waters. Hidden Rivers documents North America’s most biologically rich waters.

Natural canvas: Art and nature collide for an evening of outdoor visuals and musical performances in Wild Virginia Film Festival’s Walking in a Winter WILDland! Films include Ephemeral by Steven David Johnson and Alex Wiles, Fire on the Mountain by ARTivism, and Hidden Rivers, a feature film exploration of rivers and streams in the southern Appalachian region by Freshwaters Illustrated. Viewers receive a special Wild Virginia membership rate, and the first 200 registrants will be entered into a “door prize” raffle.

Friday 12/11, Free, 6pm (registration required).  wildvirginia.org.

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