Washed Away-Stories of Displacement on the Columbia River is a short film by Agathe Bernard, an award-winner filmmaker and photographer, in collaboration with Revelstoke Museum and Archives. The film dives beneath the surface to explore the impacts of the Columbia River Treaty on the valley south of Revelstoke. In addition to the film, there will be some interesting surprises, and an opportunity for questions and discussion.
Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages are provided.
Tickets available at the Revelstoke Museum & Archives.
Call the museum to purchase tickets or to add your name to the waiting list: (250) 837-3067
Current Interior Health regulations permit the theatre to operate at 100% capacity.
This event is hosted by the Revelstoke Museum & Archives.