Georgia Film Tour

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The WOW Georgia Film Tour begins next week. Please let us know if you will be around for any of the following dates. We’d love to see you!

Oct 16: Albany, GA : Flint RiverQuarium  :  11am + 1:30pm + 7pm

Oct 17: Americus, GA : Rosalyn Carter Institute Lecture Hall  :  7pm

Oct 18: Warm Springs, GA : Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute Auditorium 7pm

Oct 21: Atlanta, GA : Pace Academy : 8am

Oct 21: Auburn, AL : School of Journalism : 7pm

Oct 22: Athens, GA : CINE Theater : 6:30pm  (The event also celebrates the launch of Joe Cook’s new book, Chattahoochee River User’s Guide)

 

Big thanks to Flint Riverkeeper for the Flint basin events, UGA professor Dorinda Dallmeyer for Athens screening at CINE, and Professor Ric Smith at Auburn University.

For more info or to get in touch about meeting up with us at an event :: Email at dhanson11@gmail.com

One thought on “Georgia Film Tour

  1. Hello. My name is Kurt and I just listened to your story on the Dirtbag Diaries. I am truly inspired by your story and the trailer for your film. I wish I could make it to your screening tonight in Athens but my father is in the hospital in Atlanta and I need to be here tonight.

    I too grew up in Atlanta and moved out west. My wife andI have been living in Ashland Oregon but recently came back after a 3 month long camping trip around the country. We are looking to settle down in the South so that we may be closer to our families.

    The move is bitter-sweet as Oregon offered so many opportunities for Adventure and experiences in beautiful places. We have been sitting at our parents homes in Snellville GA while looking for Jobs. With the quick jump to suburban lifestyle I have become angry at the world. I am back to complaining about traffic and shopping with my parents at Walmart. Your story on the Dirtbag Diaries has inspired me to again seek adventure even though it is a little harder to find here. After spending time on great rivers out west I think it would be fun to seek out rivers here. I too would like to paddle the Hooche from source to sea. Can you please send me an email at kurtholtzclaw@gmail.com. I would love to talk more about your floats of the river and any advice you may have. Also, do you have any plans to paddle any other rivers such as the Savannah? Thanks for your time and keep your adventures spirit strong.

    Respectfully,
    Kurt Holtzclaw

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