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Guardians of Our Troubled Waters @ New Belgium Brewing

$15.00

Online sales will continue until 3:00 PM. Tickets will then be available at the door starting at 6:00 PM. Address and directions below.

Guardians of Our Troubled Waters

The River Heroes of the South

Tuesday, February 25, 7:30 PM- New Belgium Brewing, 21 Craven St, Asheville, NC 28806

(Weather Date: March 3)

CELEBRATE MARDI GRAS WITH:

Great Music with folksingers Carol Duermit and Paul Edelman.  (beginning at 7:00 PM, the film begins at 7:30.  Drink a fresh local beer (or three) and enjoy our new film!!  NOC is offering two couples whitewater rafting trips as door prizes for some lucky ticketbuyers!

The Center’s newest documentary film focuses on three communities- Western North Carolina, East Tennessee, and South Florida and their historical connection to their rivers and streams, how that changed during the industrial age and the early heroes who rose to unite the community to stand up for their waterways.  Featured heroes include Wilma Dykeman, the savior of the French Broad River, the Dead Pigeon River Council who fought against Champion Paper’s destruction of the Pigeon River and Marjory Stoneman Douglas who led the fight to reclaim the Everglades against efforts to drain and pollute it. This is a general admission event.  All tickets are $15.   All tickets are final.  No refunds.  This is a ticket-less event.  Your name will be at the reservations table at the door at the time of the event.

In case of inclement weather, the event will be rescheduled for March 3 and your tickets will automatically apply for the new date.

Buy the DVD in advance with your reservation and get $5 off the DVD price.

Register now before this show is sold out!

Donation: $15 per person

For more information, contact us at (828) 692-8062.

Directions:

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Guardians of Our Troubled Waters

The River Heroes of the South

Tuesday, February 25, 7:30 PM- New Belgium Brewing, 21 Craven St, Asheville, NC 28806

(Weather Date: March 3)

Music with folksinger Carol Duermit begins at 7:00 PM, the film begins at 7:30.  Drink a fresh local beer (or three) and enjoy our new film!!

The Center’s newest documentary film focuses on three communities- Western North Carolina, East Tennessee, and South Florida and their historical connection to their rivers and streams, how that changed during the industrial age and the early heroes who rose to unite the community to stand up for their waterways.  Featured heroes include Wilma Dykeman, the savior of the French Broad River, the Dead Pigeon River Council who fought against Champion Paper’s destruction of the Pigeon River and Marjory Stoneman Douglas who led the fight to reclaim the Everglades against efforts to drain and pollute it. This is a general admission event.  All tickets are $15.   All tickets are final.  No refunds.  This is a ticket-less event.  Your name will be at the reservations table at the door at the time of the event.

In case of inclement weather, the event will be rescheduled for March 3 and your tickets will automatically apply for the new date.

Buy the DVD in advance with your reservation and get $5 off the DVD price.

Register now before this show is sold out!

Donation: $15 per person

For more information, contact us at (828) 692-8062.

Directions:

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New Belgium Feb 25 2020, Special DVD Offer