NANFA-- Elwha River Restoration movie

Jay DeLong (
Mon, 22 Jan 2001 10:06:44 -0800

I don't know how many of you could or would attend these showings, but
there is valuable information on Elwha River dam removal here if you follow
the web links.

Jay DeLong
Olympia, WA

>-----Original Message----- >From: Craig Olson >Sent: Friday, January 19, 2001 1:50 PM >To: NWIFC Staff >Subject: FW: Elwha River Restoration movie > >Some of you already received this message from Larry Ward at the Lower >Elwha hatchery, but I thought more of you would like to be in the know. > >For more information about the movie, Unconquering the Last Frontier, >click the link here: > > > Original message: > >THREE SEATTLE SCREENINGS ANNOUNCED! > >A special Seattle benefit premiere of "Unconquering the Last Frontier" has >been announced for 7:30 p.m., Friday, February 23, at the Broadway >Performance Hall, 1625 Broadway, Seattle, WA. Proceeds will benefit Lower >Elwha Klallam cultural affairs. The event is presented in association with >the Sierra Club, Friends of the River, American Rivers, Olympic Park >Associates, Trout Unlimited, and International Rivers Network. > >Tribal Chairman Russ Hepfer and River Restoration Coordinator Michael >Langland, will speak briefly and answer questions following the screening. >The event will include a performance by the Lower Elwha community tribal >dancers. Filmmaker Robert Lundahl will be in attendance. > >A reception will be held before the show at 6:30 p.m. Special benefit >tickets are $20 with advance reservations, and $25 at the door. Email ><>tickets at or call toll >free 866-Go-Elwha (866-463-5942) to reserve your seat. > >Two general admission screenings will also be held on February 24th, at >7:30 and 9:30 p.m. at the Broadway Performance Hall. Tickets will be >available by reservation?call toll free 866-Go-Elwha (866-463-5942)- or >they may be obtained at the door for $7, depending on availability. > >OLYMPIA, WA SCREENING SCHEDULED! > >Olympia's Capitol Theatre will be the venue for a screening of >"Unconquering the Last Frontier," Thursday, February 22, at 7:30 p.m. > >Legendary Native American rights leader and Northwest Indian Fisheries >Commission Chairman, Bill Frank Jr., and Washington Governor, Gary Locke, >will be in attendance. > >Tribal Chairman Russ Hepfer and River Restoration Coordinator Michael >Langland will be available to answer questions following the screening. > >Tickets are available for $7. Reserve your seats by calling toll free >866-Go-Elwha (866-463-5942). Tickets will also be available at the door. >The address is 206 5th Avenue SE, Olympia. > >PORT ANGELES SCREENING SLATED! > >A very special screening of "Unconquering The Last Frontier" has been >announced for Port Angeles, Washington. Filming took place in Port Angeles >over a period of seven years, and if it were not for the integrity and >generosity of so many of Port Angeles residents appearing in the movie, >the story of the damming and undamming of the Elwha River would not have >been told on film. Friday, March 2, 7:30 p.m., at the Peninsula College >Little Theater, 1502 E Lauridson Blvd., Port Angeles, WA. Admission is $7 >at the door or by advance reservation. Call toll free, 866-Go-Elwha >(866-463-5942). > >Watch this space for upcoming screenings throughout the Northwest! > > >San Francisco and Berkeley Screenings Sell Out > >Evolution Film wishes to thank everyone in attendance for making our >Berkeley and San Francisco shows in October were a huge success! > >Lower Elwha Klallam Tribal Chairman Russ Hepfer, River Restoration >Coordinator Michael Langland, and Tribal Council Member Joe Turry >travelled from Port Angeles, Washington for the events, and spoke to the >interested crowds following both screenings. > >International Rivers Network and Friends of the River sponsored the event.

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