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Environmental Movie Night with the Houston Canoe Club and Citizens' Environmental Coalition

Tuesday, January 28, 2020, 7:00 PM until 9:00 PM
Landmark River Oaks Theatre
2005 West Gray Street
Houston, TX  
Natalie Wiest
Registration is not Required

As a promotional member of the Citizens’ Environmental Coalition, the Houston Canoe Club gets discounted tickets to the Wild and Scenic Film Festival at the River Oaks Cinema on two nights;  Tuesday, January 28, and Wednesday, January 29, 2020  To see all the films shown, you have to attend both nights, there are no repeats.

Tickets are $20 each night, discounted to $17.50 if you use the club code of:  HoustonCanoe

Join us for a light dinner beforehand at the Epicure Café at 2005 West Gray Street in Houston.  It’s at the intersection of Gray and McDuffie streets.  North on McDuffie is parking so you can walk to both the restaurant and movie theatre.  Meet at Epicure at 5:30 on TUESDAY January 28 to have a leisurely dinner, visit with your friends, and walk to the theatre for the 7 to 9 p.m. showing.

More information:  Wild and Scenic Film Festivalon January 28 & 29 at the River Oaks Theatre. Be inspired by conservationists from around the globe, and right here in Houston. Film topics range from boys and butterflies, to girls and glaciers, to cowboys and scientists (so there's something for just about everyone). Purchase advance tickets onEventbrite.

I have chosen the Tuesday showing for three films that seem intriguing:  Cowboys and Scientists filmed in Florida’s North Everglades; The Last Green Thread about the headwaters of the Everglades; and Mexican Fishing Bats, filmed at the Sea of Cortez.  That’s not all, and there are more films on Wednesday night.

Come on out and enjoy!

Natalie Wiest

Houston Canoe Club Commodore

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