COUDERAY WATERS REGIONAL LAND TRUST
THE 3rd BI-ANNUAL
WILD & SCENIC FILM FESTIVAL
Saturday, April 20, 2019
Doors open at 6:30 PM / Films begin at 7:30 PM
Come join us in a celebration of water, the environment and our relationship to them. This series of ten short films will inspire, entertain and educate all who join us about the value of clean water, wildlife, green corridors, estuaries, and our enjoyment of them.
The event is being held at the Park Center in Hayward. Films start at 7:30pm, the doors open at 6:30pm. Ticket prices are $10 in advance or $15 at the door. Bring the whole family as children age 12 and under are free! Advance tickets can be purchased at Art Beat in Hayward and the Sawyer County Gazette in Winter. Check out the Park Center website (www.parktheatreproject.com) for a quick synopsis of the films being shown.
All ticketed attendees stand a chance to win one of our fabulous door prizes provided by local area businesses and our national sponsors.
A huge thank you to our local sponsors:
COLA (Courte Oreilles Lake Association), Hayward Area Memorial Hospital, Beehive Botanicals, Apple Awards, Birch Point Dental, Chippewa Valley Bank, Hayward Land & Title Company, Hurricane Busing, Holden Insurance, Peoples Bank Midwest, and Treeland Resorts.
Coffee & Appetizers provided by:
Hayward Coffee Company, and Lynn’s Custom Meats & Catering.
Fabulous local door prizes from:
Fred Scheer’s Lumberjack Shows, Winter Greenhouse, Sevenwinds Casino, Outdoor Ventures, Spider Lake Golf Resort, Telemark Golf, The Park Center, Lori’s Card & Gifts, Wondermutt Decoys, American Family Insurance, Hayward Area Memorial Hospital, Winter Woodworks, Hayward Community Credit Union, Hayward Area Chamber of Commerce, Namekagon Valley Farm & Studio, Frank Pratt, Hayward Feed & Seed, Lynn Marie’s Candies, Coop’s Pizza, Marketplace, Out of the Woods Winery, Angry Minnow
Cliff Bars, Earth Justice, Klean Kanteen, Peak Design, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company
Couderay Waters Regional Land Trust is a 501(c)(3) conservation organization working in northwestern Wisconsin to protect and promote the natural environment. That is accomplished by working with landowners to help them protect lands with high conservation value through the use of conservation easements and in educating the public about the benefits we receive through the protection of our water resources.