Hurrah! Wild & Scenic® Film Festival tickets are now on sale. Please visit to learn more and get yours now before they are gone!

If you are a long-time Wild & Scenic Film Festival goer, you know that you have to buy tickets ASAP before they sell out as this event has done for the previous ten seasons! Head on over to and secure your virtual seats for another fantastic
film festival on March 26th. I look forward to “seeing” you there.

For newcomers, this is your chance to get in on the magic of the New Hampshire Rivers Council Wild and Scenic Film Festival and Reception – Virtual Edition Part Two. I had the good fortune to participate in short film selections once again this year and the lineup is eye opening, humbling, inspiring, jaw-dropping, educational, motivational, and a well-balanced mix of media, content, action, science, discovery, athleticism, travel, conservation, protection, restoration, and audio and visual stimulation.

I found that in a time when travel is so limited, this lineup of films allows us all to travel the globe virtually and see parts of it rarely ever seen other than by researchers and extreme adventurers. The Film Festival is a great way to share an evening at home with your family, but feel like you globe-trotted when the end credits roll. I hope that many of you will join me on March 26th to view films you will not see anywhere else. When you purchase your tickets for yourself and your family members, you support the New Hampshire Rivers Council and their ongoing mission to protect and restore over 17,000 stream and river miles in New Hampshire. After you purchase YOUR tickets, I challenge you to forward this invitation to see who can recruit a ticket buyer from the most distant location relative to New Hampshire! It will be great to see them during the virtual reception letting us know where they are tuning in from.

Not available on March 26th in the evening? NO WORRIES, your tickets get you five days of on-demand streaming of the Film Festival content! No excuses. Order tickets now at before they disappear.

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