Saturday, July 18, 2015 5pm-8pm at the Springfield Art Museum
Highlights: Remo’s Wood Fired Oven pizza, Mother’s beer, Vino Cellars wine by the glass, local art silent auction, wine grab, seeing old friends and meeting new ones, and watching films from the Wild & Scenic Film Festival sponsored by Patagonia.
Watershed Summer Gala Sponsored by: Commercial Metals Company, Husch Blackwell LLP, HDR Engineering, Carson-Mitchell, Inc, Arvest Bank, City of Springfield-Environmental Services, Remo’s Wood Fired Oven, Mother’s Brewing Company, Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc., Bill and Maret Cheek, Matt Boehner and the Missouri Master Naturalists-Springfield Plateau Chapter
The Watershed Committee is excited to be bringing you some fantastic films of the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, the largest film festival of its kind in the United States. Click HERE to go to the Wild & Scenic Film Festival website.
The films will be a part of our Watershed Summer Gala and run in the auditorium of the Art Museum from 5:10pm until 6:50pm. A few of the films we will be showing as part of the film festival are American Lawn by Robert Sickels, Delta Dawn by Peter McBride and Monarchs & Milkweed by Steven M. Bumgardner. We were able to bring the film festival to our event in part by a grant from Patagonia.