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Les Bois Film Festival, a locally produced event with films about conservation and the outdoors, returns on Saturday, March 7th at the Egyptian Theatre in downtown Boise at 1pm and 7pm, with different films at each show. The festival is produced by The Land Trust of the Treasure Valley, a local nonprofit dedicated to open space conservation.
Each film tells a unique story, covering subjects from outdoor education and wildlife preservation to international conservation. The 1pm show will screen different films than the 7pm show. More information and a full lineup can be found at www.lttv.org.
Doors open one hour prior to show start with local craft beer, kombucha, wine, and live music on stage. The event is plastic free, so attendees are encouraged to bring a cup from home.
Tickets are available through the Egyptian Theatre Box Office or at www.lttv.org
A community supported nonprofit founded in 1996, Land Trust of the Treasure Valley works with private landowners, neighbors, and public agencies to conserve open space. We protect and restore natural areas, acquire land and easements, and introduce people of all ages to the outdoors.