Rappahannock film premier


Friends of the Rappahannock, a local conservation organization in Fredericksburg, will be hosting the premier of a documentary by Oscar-nominated director Bayley Silleck at UMW’s Dodd Auditorium on Sunday, November 9, from 3-4 pm (you can grab the promotional poster from that link at the top of this post). It’s free and open to the public, and FOR’s representatives promise me the first 20-30 minutes is focused on the history of the river, which should appeal to anybody with an interest in local and/or environmental history. This is a great addition to the organization’s lineup of events, which includes workshops, summer camps, Riverfest, and other outreach, as well as environmental and conservation work.

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