OROVILLE, Calif. – The second annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival returns to the Oroville State Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 29. It benefits the Forebay Aquatic Center.
Tony Cataleno joined Action News Now at Noon with the details.
Those who attend can expect to see 13 short films. The short films showcase the wonders of nature. Attendees will also get to meet the filmmakers.
“The showcase film is a local short-film, “Visions of the Lost Sierra,” it’s about how the middle fork for the Feather River became a designated wild & scenic river,” Cataleno said. “It was one of the first in 1968.”
Aside from short films, there will be a silent auction, door prizes, small plates, and a no-host bar.
It all kicks off at 7 p.m. VIP tickets are $25, which includes early admission, one comp beverage, and small plates. General admission is $15. To purchase tickets, CLICK HERE.