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Winter Film Festival - Week 3

March 15, 2016 - Kids' NightChristmas in Yellowstone

Do you have cabin fever? Join us Thursday night March 15th at 6:30 p.m. for a showing of Christmas in Yellowstone and Untold Stories from America's National Parks. The films will be shown in the Visitor Center Auditorium at Seney National Wildlife Refuge. The show is open to the public and is free of charge. Hot chocolate, coffee, tea, popcorn and cookies will be provided by the Seney Natural History Association. Please bring a mug.  

Join us for the Winter Film Festival Thursday nights in March! Movies will start promptly at 6:30 p.m.

The Night's Films

Christmas in Yellowstone (54 minutes) - As snow falls and Christmas lights glow in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, a holiday season of a different sort settles over the great winter world of Yellowstone, America's first national park and one of the greatest expanses of unspoiled nature and wildlife anywhere on Earth. Breathtaking landscapes frame intimate scenes as Yellowstone's diverse animal residents make their way through the most challenging season of the year, when nature's inhospitality is matched only by its serenity.

Now your family can journey deep into the snowy solitude and serenity of Yellowstone at Christmas, following in the footprints of red foxes, and spying on the predatory warfare of wolves and elk. From the unique crystals of individual snowflakes to the grand sweep of Yellowstone's Hayden Valley, this is a Christmas like no other. (Preview)

Untold Stories from America's National Parks
 (60 minutes) - A series of short videos. “Yosemite’s Buffalo Soldiers” - Ranger Shelton Johnson and the story of the African-American soldiers who patrolled the High Sierras. “Mount Rushmore: Telling America’s Stories” - Superintendent Gerard Baker establishes a new interpretive program at an American shrine. “City Kids in National Parks” - National Park Services efforts to bring inner city kids into parks, often their first encounters with wilderness. “Manzanar” - A former Japanese American internment camp from World War II becomes a national historic site. “San Antonio Missions” - a look at this thriving hub for Latino culture.

The descriptions of these films are borrowed from the producer’s websites. 

Last Updated: Jan 13, 2016
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