Stories of healing and courage,
Thursday May 25, 2023
Photo exhibit starts at 6:30 | Films start at 7:00
At the historic Washington Cracker Co. Building
304 W Pacific Ave, Spokane, WA
Tickets $15 - available online or at the door
Ready to get inspired?
Some people are able to rise above challenges that seem too big to handle. To get there, many of them connect with nature and the outdoors in surprising ways.
The OutLive Film Festival tells some of these stories. It's an evening of exciting, touching, and inspiring short films that tells some of these stories of people rebuilding their lives in the outdoors.
The Washington Cracker Company building, with its comfortable, casual setting, is the perfect venue for a film festival. Its relaxed vibe will help build interaction between audience members and the films.
Between films, grab some award-winning wine from Overbluff Cellars and chat with your friend or the person next to you about the films. Or get up and stretch your legs while you head to watch on the second screen at the back of the room.
At the end of the evening, you'll go away moved. Challenged. Inspired to live more fully and embrace a life lived well.
Put May 25 on your calendar and join us.
Let's celebrate the healing power of the outdoors together!
The event will feature an exhibit by renowned nature photographer and former Spokanite Craig Goodwin. Craig turned to photography for healing after facing cancer.
Overbluff Cellars makes its home in the historic Washington Cracker Company building in downtown Spokane. It's the perfect space to get together and watch inspiring films.