RIDGWAY – Free live music, an adventure film, drink specials, and lively discussion about our most precious resource – water…what could be better on a Thursday night in Ouray County?
On April 23 at 6 p.m., the nonprofit Mosaic Community Project will host the event at Ridgway’s Switchback Tavern. All community members are invited to learn about new regional watershed initiatives and to discuss exciting opportunities surrounding the 2009 Ridgway River Festival.
The film Source is the newest whitewater adventure from Young Gun Productions. It takes viewers from Vietnam to the remote canyons of the high sierras where incredible athletes tackle bold first descents, outrageous heights, stunning innovations in freestyle, and the tallest waterfalls ever kayaked. In seemingly impossible locations, viewers are given an insight into the lives of the athletes and their passion for the sustainability of the very rivers that they are lucky enough to experience.
Eamon Alger – singer, songwriter and musician – will perform, and the Switchback Tavern will offer drink specials throughout the entire evening. Come support one of the community’s most valuable assets – the river. All ages are welcome and admission to the event is free.