Salmon Film Festival, Gallery Shows Headline Fort Bragg’s July 6th “First Friday” Attractions

And Don’t Miss The World’s Largest Salmon Barbecue, Fireworks July 7th! Fort Bragg has a weekend of family fun and enjoyment lined up as part of the town’s Fourth of July celebration. Take a look, mark your calendar — then join us! • Salmon Film Festival – Over 30 short and feature-length films show community-based […]
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2012 Salmon Film Festival

And Don’t Miss The World’s Largest Salmon Barbecue, Fireworks July 7th!

Fort Bragg has a weekend of family fun and enjoyment lined up as part of the town’s Fourth of July celebration. Take a look, mark your calendar — then join us!

Salmon Film Festival – Over 30 short and feature-length films show community-based restoration projects and dam removals, Native American connections to salmon, the dangers of farmed salmon, and beautiful footage of salmon ecosystems throughout the Pacific Northwest. The Festival features films on salmon ecology, conservation, and culture.

Filmmakers, educators, scientists, practitioners, and local experts will accompany the films and lead the audience in question and answer sessions.

Festival seating will be limited, so attendees are encouraged to reserve a spot early! Advance reservations are available on Brown Paper Tickets.

Details

When: Friday, July 6 from 5-10 pm and Saturday, July 7 from 10 am-10 pm

Where: Town Hall, 363 N. Main Street, Fort Bragg

Cost: Small donation requested

First Friday Gallery Exhibit Openings – July 6, from 5 – 8 pm, Downtown Fort Bragg

As part of the City of Fort Bragg’s popular ongoing First Fridays program, a number of galleries will be opening new exhibits, some with nibbles and libations and opportunities to meet the artists.

Details

Edgewater Gallery: Sculptures by Rebecca Deerwater. Billed as “sculptures of paper mache — with attitude”, Deerwater’s work ranges from the whimsical to the spiritual. Her theme at this exhibit will be dogs.

When: Friday July 6 at 5 pm

Where: 356 N. Main Street

Contact: 707-964-4668

Rebecca Deerwater Sculptures

Northcoast Artists Gallery:  “Flow”, by Steve Larkin features the artist’s combination of stoneware and crystal glazes, creating long flowing glaze patterns on tall, round top vases and bottles.  Additionally, hand thrown sinks and other functional ceramics will be exhibited.

When: Friday July 6 at 5 pm

Where: 362 North Main Street

Contact: 707-964-8266

 

Partners Gallery: “Virus Protection League” — works by John Darcy and Gisele Reany explores the nature of the virus in today’s society. Through works in watercolor, acrylic, oil, paint on glass and animal skin, these paintings express the relationship and nature of the virus as it manifests in contemporary culture.

When: Friday July 6 at 5 pm

Where: 335 North Franklin Street

Contact: 707-962-0233

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  1. Jeanine Pfeiffer

    So happy to see the Salmon Film Festival announcement!

    Many thanks!

    Hope to see you there 🙂

    Jeanine (SFF Organizer)

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