Film festival goes into third year

Editor, The Times:

Editor, The Times:

Do you love the outdoors? Do you want to see a selection of the best outdoor films from around the world?

The Wells Gray Outdoors Club (WGOC) is hosting the 3rd Annual Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour on Friday, Sept. 20. The show will be held in Dutch Lake Community Centre with doors opening at 6 p.m. and the films starting at 7 p.m.

If you really enjoy being in the outdoors, then don’t miss our EARLY BIRD TICKET DRAW. Anyone who buys a ticket by Tuesday, Sept. 10 will be eligible to win a three-day wilderness trip with Wells Gray Adventures (value $575,) It would make a really great gift, too!

Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour returns

Tickets are $25 and I will be at the Farmer’s Market this Saturday, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., with some tickets for you to purchase. If you can’t make it down on Saturday, tickets are also available at Bigfoot Trading Company, Dutch Lake Community Centre – YCS Reception or online at

Please note that with the exception of online, all tickets sales are cash only. I hope to see you all at the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour! Or be sure to come out and support the WGOC at the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour!

Jean Nelson

Clearwater, B.C.

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Comments are closed

Just Posted

Interior Health will not expand Police and Crisis Team

Southeast Division Chief Superintendent Brad Haugli asked IH to expand the program

Back in Time

Historical Perspective

High water and flooding hits Clearwater

Potential for roadblock on Clearwater Valley Road due to potential washouts

Tk’emlups, Simpcw First Nations chiefs call on Tiny House Warriors to leave Blue River protest camp

“The Tiny House Warriors are not from Simpcw, nor are they our guests in our territory.”

TOTA recognized as Safe Travel Destination

Announcement confirms successful effort by communities to follow new health guidelines

VIDEO: Musqueam Chief captures captivating footage of bald eagle catching meal

‘This is why we have chosen to live here since time immemorial,’ Chief Wayne Sparrow’s nephew says

Police ramp up efforts to get impaired drivers off B.C. roads this summer

July is dedicated to the Summer CounterAttack Impaired Driving Campaign

Migrant workers stage multi-city action for full status amid COVID-19 risks

‘COVID-19 has exacerbated an existing crisis’

Okanagan school drops ‘Rebels’ sports team name, citing links with U.S. Civil War

Name and formerly-used images “fly in the face” of the district’s human rights policy, says board chair

PHOTOS: B.C.’s top doc picks up personalized Fluevog shoes, tours mural exhibition

Murals of Gratitude exhibit includes at least one portrait of Henry alongside paintings of health-care workers

In troubled times: Independence Day in a land of confusion

Buffeted by invisible forces and just plain worn out, the United States of America celebrates its 244th birthday

Stop enforcing sex work laws during COVID-19, advocates say

There are provisions in Canada’s prostitution laws that make workers immune from prosecution, but not from arrest

Liberal party finished 2019 having spent $43 million, raised $42 million

All political parties had until midnight June 30 to submit their financial reports for last year

B.C. teacher loses licence after sexual relationships with two recently-graduated students

The teacher won’t be allowed to apply for a teaching certificate until 2035

Most Read