Last call to purchase tickets and reap your NH Watershed Blog benefits at the Wild & Scenic Film Festival this Friday night in Concord, NH

Last call to get tickets for the 2023 Wild & Scenic Film Festival on Friday at the Bank of New Hampshire Stage in Concord, New Hampshire. PLUS, for you, your family, and friends that purchase tickets and show up, you will receive a pair of raffle tickets by being members of the NH Watershed Protection and Restoration Blog community! You have to find Steve Landry in the lobby to claim your tickets before show time at 7:00 PM and mention this watershed blog post.

A reception begins at 6:00 PM with a live band, food, beverages, and networking as the energy builds up to view 14 short films that will awe, inspire, and motivate all ages. A few glimpses of what you will see are presented here.

Don’t waste any more time! Get tickets now by visiting Film Festival 2023 | New Hampshire Rivers Council ( and get your free raffle tickets when you arrive. What prizes you say?

  1. A Seastream, 10.5-foot kayak with paddle valued at $450.00 from EMS.
  2. Professional, original photos mounted on canvas of New Hampshire Loons
  3. Cozy, warm, hats, gloves, socks, etc. from Minus33
  4. Four Gift Cards to New Hampshire State Parks
  5. And, more…

You must be present to win raffle prizes on Friday and you must find Steve Landry in the lobby (where I will be volunteering at this event and selling more raffle tickets in support of our Film Festival hosts for the 13th straight year from New Hampshire Rivers Council) to claim your tickets.

I hope to see MANY of you there for an amazing evening. The films this year are solid, entertaining, moving, inspiring, and fun. PLUS, if you want to watch any of the films again, your tickets get you five days of video on demand streaming after the 31st. You cannot see these films anywhere else. Get tickets now before they are gone.

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