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Monday, June 25, 2012

Monday's Staff Pick: Where the Yellowstone Goes

This is a do not miss for fly fishing enthusiasts but a good bet for anyone who loves the wide open spaces of the American West.

Posted By on Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 6:39 PM

Here's our Quick staff pick of the day: Where the Yellowstone Goes (Tower Theater, 7 p.m.) This is a do not miss for fly fishing enthusiasts but a good bet for anyone who loves the wide open spaces of the American West. Here's our write-up from this week's picks section. A small crew of adventure seekers embarks on a 30-day journey down the Yellowstone River beginning at its namesake national park in Montana and ending in Buford, North Dakota at the confluence with the Missouri River. The film explores one of the great Western rivers from the perspective of dedicated fly anglers and the complicated and sometimes convoluted relationship between civilization and our last great natural resources. The screening also includes a Q and A with director Hunter Weeks. $13/advance; $15/door. All ages. 7:30 pm Tower Theatre, 835 NW Wall.


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