Daily Local News (West Chester, PA)

Wild and Scenic film festival is returning to Chester Co. as indoor event


Trail Creek Outfitters’ 16th annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival returns to Chester County and to an indoor venue on March 30.

The film festival will take place Thursday, March 30, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the barn at Upland Country Day School in Kennett Square. Guests will enjoy a 90-minute film program, raffle entrees, and compliment­ary food and drink. Festival passes are available at $45 for one ticket, and $80 for a two-ticket deal.

With each film’s captivatin­g story and beautiful cinematogr­aphy, the Wild & Scenic Film Festival aims to enlighten, encourage, and equip viewers to bring restoratio­n and a hopeful future to Earth, human communitie­s, and the next generation. This year’s selection features films from environmen­tally conscious outdoor companies and independen­t filmmakers from all over the world.

Ed Camelli, co-owner, Trail Creek Outfitters, said, “Trail Creek has always been more than a store. On March 23, we will celebrate our 40th anniversar­y. I believe that longevity is due, not only to our great product selection and caring, hardworkin­g staff, but to our loyal customers.” He added, “The loyalty is rooted in Trail Creek’s commitment to our community and our local environmen­t. That is why we have partnered with Stroud Water Research Center and the Brandywine Red Clay Alliance to support water quality, land preservati­on, and environmen­tal education.”

Tickets are available at: https://trailcreek­outfitters.bigcartel.com

Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit local conservati­on organizati­ons Stroud Water Research Center and the Brandywine Red Clay Alliance.

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