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Apr 06 2011
Short Outdoor Film Fest Coming Up PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 06 April 2011

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            Sometimes it seems that virtually every day in Kodiak can be an adventure. This week a number of local film makers will share their Kodiak adventures with the public.

            The Island Trails Network's Kodiak Outdoor Film Festival takes place Friday evening. It includes two hours of programming and pizza.

            Andy Schroeder is the executive director for the Island Trails Network.  He was running along Russian Ridge when Maggie Wall caught him on his cell phone.

 

-(( Outdoor Films     3:02   "For the past ...and Kodiak city."))

 

            Island Trails' Andy Schroeder walking his dog and talking about Friday's Outdoor Film Festival.

            Again the festival will be at the convention center beginning at 6 p.m. Admission is the cost of a membership to the Island Trails Network, which is $25 per person or $35 for a family.

 
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