Four Thoughts: Sharing Connections to the Methow Valley
When: Tuesday, December 5, 2023, 7pm (Doors at 6:30pm)
The annual tradition continues this December with a holiday gathering at the Winthrop Barn! The evening will begin with a social hour and a chance to connect with our friends and neighbors. At 7pm, we will honor several community members with our annual conservation awards. The main event will follow with a screening of four different short talks from community members with deep connections to the Methow, recorded this fall in various parts of our shared backyard.
This year’s speakers are (clockwise from top left in the photo) Exie Romero, who was raised in the Methow Valley and returned recently to teach at Liberty Bell Jr/Sr High; Bruce Morrison, a stone and wood carving artist and board president of the Methow Valley Interpretive Center; Kristen Kirkby, a fisheries biologist with Cascade Fisheries and Vice President of the Methow Conservancy Board of Directors; and Sam Thrasher Soodak, the dairy farmer of Doubletree Farms.
One part party, one part film screening, and 100 percent Methow Valley, this event is the perfect way to celebrate another year of loving the land!
Beer and wine will be available for purchase, and we'll have free popcorn to accompany the screening. This is one of our most anticipated events of the year, and we are so excited to see you there!
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Register HERE.
Contact Bridger with any questions.
Clockwise from top left: Exie Romero, Bruce Morrison, Kristen Kirkby, Sam Thrasher-Soodak