You are invited to a celebratory
Gratitude Gathering & Film Festival
in appreciation of our community of volunteers
Thursday, November 10, 2022
from 5:00pm to 8:00pm
In Conte Court at the Dwight Center for Conservation Science
We are celebrating YOU with an evening of community, inspiring films, and delicious food & beverages!
Please join us at 5pm for a reception with a tasty taco truck, craft beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages. Films will begin at 6pm, and conclude at 7:45pm. We will close out the evening with dessert and conversation.
Banner artwork by Maile Claire.
Please RSVP by Friday, November 4 using the form below.
For questions or issues with registration, please contact Holland Gistelli, Education Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (707) 591-9310 x 124.
- Click the "+ Add" button and enter your contact info in the small pop-up window, then click "continue". Now your name should be listed as the attendee under the RSVP line.
- Click the green "Continue" button (you may need to scroll down in the window to see it). This will take you to the final page of the form.
- On the next form page, under "Additional Information", click the "copy from" bubble next to your name to pre-fill your info once more for confirmation. Scroll down to click the green "Process" button.
- You should now see a confirmation message, and have an email with details in your inbox at the address you used to RSVP.
Thank you to our sponsors:
Film Program Line-Up:
I Am Cheo - Cheo wants you to be the change we want to see to protect Mother Nature.
The Bat Woman and Bat Man of India - 'The Bat Woman' and 'Bat Man' of India are on a strange and perilous journey to save India's critically endangered bats.
Shaba - After losing her mother to poachers, an unruly elephant named Shaba is rescued to the mountains of northern Kenya to be rehabilitated back to the wild. The women keepers of Reteti Sanctuary have a maternal solution to soften Shaba's heart.
Guardians of the River - Klamath River Indigenous leaders and youth fight to free their river from life-killing dams, restoring salmon, economy, and culture.
One Star Reviews - They say National Parks are America's greatest idea. Some of the most beautiful and sacred places in all the world. Well, for some people... there's still room for improvement!
Can't Beat This Place for Fun - Flagstaff's Fretwater Boatworks defines the process, and deep conservation legacy, of building Grand Canyon dory's - with fun at every bend.
An Imperfect Advocate - A jet-setting mountain climber confronts his carbon footprint while becoming an activist in the fight against climate change.