Friday, September 26, 2014

Need something to do?

Here's an idea for the weekend and you might learn something to boot!
Film screening: Sunday September 28; 6:30 p.m. - Hollywood Theatre
On-Line Tickets: clickie here


SEATTLE - Wild steelhead trout are an icon of the Pacific Northwest, revered by anglers and admired enough to be designated the official State Fish of Washington. But this Northwest native is in serious decline, with some scientists saying they may disappear from our region's rivers.

A new documentary hitting the road this month hopes to be a call to action for saving this endangered icon.

Wild Reverence: the Wild Steelhead's Last Stand, embarks on a quest to begin a movement to enact real change not only for the wild steelhead, but for ecosystems across North America. The film is produced by North Fork Studios and presented by outdoor clothing company Patagonia and the Wild Steelhead Coalition, a group dedicated to increasing the return of wild steelhead to the waters of the West Coast.