August 31, 2011
Down To Earth Film Festival at the Oregon State Fair
Please join Living Culture TV at the first annual Down To Earth Film Festival on September 3rd.
Living Culture TV's recent story about Oregon agriculture will be shown at the film festival, along with 6 other short films from around the region. First-place and second-place winners will be announced, plus a $500 audience choice award.
The Down To Earth Film Festival is sponsored by Wilco and organized by the Agri-Business Council of Oregon.
The Saturday of Labor Day weekend is usually the busiest day of the fair, so make sure you give yourself plenty of time to find parking and enter the fairgrounds. We hope to see you there!
Down To Earth Film Festival
Oregon State Fair - Spirit of Oregon Stage (12a on map)
2330 17th Street NE Salem, OR
Saturday, September 3rd 8:30pm
Adults (13-64): $11.00
Seniors (65 & over): $6.00
Children (6-12): $6.00
5 & Under: Free
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