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Les Bois Film Festival Makes Nature The Star
Film enthusiasts and nature lovers can unite under one roof at the Egyptian Theatre in downtown Boise during the Les Bois Film Festival.
On Saturday, March 3rd, the famed theatre will host the 3rd Annual Les Boise Film Festival.
Attendees can choose the time that works best for them, with showings at both 1 pm and 7 pm. Both shows will feature live music, raffle items and beverages.
The films to be shown are nature orientated and family friendly, so bring the kids! Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for kids, or $25 for a bundle.
While the films being shown during this year’s festival have not been announced, the films in the past have often featured Idahoan filmmakers telling stories about local areas. You can visitlesboisfilmfestival.orgto read about the previous festivals and films.
If you love the great outdoors and a well-told story, this festival is ideal.
Proceeds benefit the Land Trust of the Treasure Valley.
The Land Trust of the Treasure Valley describes itself as a non-profit that works “with the general public, private landowners and public agencies to protect open space in the Treasure Valley, focusing on the foothills of the Boise Front and the Boise River. We acquire land and easements, protect and restore natural areas by planting natives and controlling invasive plants, and introduce people of all ages to nature through classes, hands on the land projects such as trail work and habitat restoration.”
You can purchase tickets for the Les Bois Film Festival at egyptiantheatre.net.
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