Sunday, July 17 – Save the date!
Join the Alameda Creek Alliance and Save Niles Canyon at a benefit for our campaign to Save Niles Canyon on Sunday, July 17 beginning at 5 pm.
Enjoy dinner, drinks and a movie at the Silent Film Museum (37417 Niles Blvd.) in Niles. The feature film is the acclaimed documentaryÂ River of Renewal, which tells the story of conflict over the resources of California and Oregon’s Klamath Basin and the struggle to restore the Klamath River salmon runs. Producer Steve Most will attend the screening and answer questions after the film.
Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Ticket price includes dinner of salad and lasagna. Doors open at 5 pm, dinner is at 6 pm, film showing is at 7 pm. Come early for complimentary appetizers and beverages and to view and bid on our fabulous silent auction items. Wine will be available by the glass for a small donation.
Jeff Miller, the Executive Director of the Alliance Creek Alliance, and Save Niles Canyon activists will give a brief update on the fight to protect Niles Canyon before the film.
All proceeds will go toward legal efforts to protect Niles Canyon, specifically to fund our lawsuit challenging the Caltrans highway widening project.
Please RSVP to Rich Cimino (yellowbilledtours AT gmail DOT com) by July 13, and state dinner preference – meat or vegetarian. Please contact Rich to donate a silent auction item, trip or vacation getaway!