Support Keep Squaw True at Wild & Scenic Truckee
Support Keep Squaw True and spend a wonderful evening with Sierra Watch!
Sierra Watch is hosting an outdoor showing of the Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Truckee on Saturday, June 17th and you’re invited!
Hosted by Sierra Watch Executive Director Tom Mooers, this year’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival will benefit our work to Keep Squaw True, as well as the Sierra Nevada AmeriCorp Partnership. So bring camping chairs, blankets, someone to snuggle with and purchase your $15 tickets today!
The festival combines award winning environmental and adventure films with the energy of local activism. With music by Bison Bluegrass Band, a silent auction, libations, and more. Have fun with your family while standing up for the Sierra!
What: Wild & Scenic Film Festival
Benefiting Keep Squaw True and the Sierra Nevada AmeriCorp Partnership
When: Saturday, June 17th
Doors open at 6:30pm, Band at 7pm, Movies starting at 9pm
Where: California 89 Boutique in Historic Downtown Truckee
10156 Donner Pass Rd. Truckee, CA 96161
Entrance to backyard on side of CA 89
CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR TICKETS THROUGH OUR PARTNER! Tickets are only $15
As we continue to challenge KSL and Placer County on overdevelopment in Squaw Valley, we thought it would be fun to get together and watch stories of adventure and local communities taking action to protect what they love.
Similarly, the festival will also benefit the work of the Sierra Nevada Alliance’s Sierra Nevada AmeriCorp Partnership. This program annually places 28 AmeriCorps members at various conservation organizations throughout the Sierra Nevada to conduct watershed restoration and monitoring, watershed education, and volunteer recruitment and support. Members truly make a difference in the communities they serve throughout the Sierra, and this festival will help to continue this program.
So bring your camping chairs, snuggle up in a blanket, and support two great causes by enjoying inspiring movies and wonderful music! Get your tickets: HERE.
Lastly, we are also looking for a few good men and women to help volunteer. A free ticket will be available for all that can help.
To help volunteer, donate to the silent auction, or just have any questions or comments, please contact Sierra Watch Field Representative Chase Schweitzer at email@example.com or call him at (530) 448-1506.