We are working hard here at The Roxy Theater, gearing up for the 38th Annual Wildlife Film Festival, but still taking time to enjoy the beautiful Montana weather!
We are also excited to share some events that will be free and open to the public during the week of the festival:
SUNDAY, APRIL 19th
WildWalk Parade, Line up @ 11:30 am at the Big Red XXXs [100 Railroad St W], free and open to the public. Dance, crawl, swing and slither through downtown Missoula as our wildlife parade roars down Higgins Street, ending at Caras Park.
WildFest, 12:00 – 3:00 pm, Caras Park, free and open to the public. With live entertainment, face painting and concessions with your fellow wild animal revelers – plus a fun FREE concert by The WhizPops!
TUESDAY, APRIL 21st
Trap-Release Workshop – an informative public lands safety workshop by Footloose Montana. 3:30-4:30 pm, The Roxy Theater, free and open to the public.
Screening Return Of The River with Dean Jim Burchfield, College of Forestry and Conservation. Sponsored by The President’s Office at The University of Montana. 6:00 pm, UC Theater, free and open to the public.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22rd
Special Earth Day Screening: Planetary. 8:00 pm, The Roxy Theater, see ticket prices.
THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd
Screening The Plow That Broke The Plains & The River with LIVE musical score by NextDoorPrisonHotel. 7:30 pm, The Roxy Theater, see ticket prices.