HIGHLIGHTS: 12th Annual Wild and Scenic Film Fest

Thursday and Friday
February 21 & 22, 2019

Doors opened at 6:00 P.M.
Films started at 7:00 P.M.

Chester County Historical Society

Our annual Film Festival sold out again! If you missed this year’s event, don’t worry, we’ll be back next year with more adventure and inspiration.

Thank you to all the volunteers and sponsors who make this event possible: Stroud Center, TLC, Dog Fish Head, Harvest Market, Wild and Scenic Film Festival, The Farm at Doe Run, Triple Fresh, Nomadic Pies, Sovana Bistro, Laurel Valley Soils, Diver Chevrolet Landhope FarmsFair Play Foundation, Buckley, Brion, McGuire & Morris LLP, Exelon Generation

For those of you who attended, we hope you enjoyed the night of awesome films, great food and beverages supplied by local companies, and hanging out with a group of like-minded folks. Our favorite films stay with us long after the festival is over.

VIEW THE TRAILER

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EVENT HIGHLIGHTS:

From left: David Arscott, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Stroud Water Research Center, Ed Camelli and Brian Havertine, owners of Trail Creek Outfitters, and Peter Doehring, Board Chairperson for The Land Conservancy for Southern Chester County. What a great partnership over the past 12 years!

There are SO many people who put a lot of time and energy into making the WSEFF a huge success (fun, educational and inspiring) every year and we couldn’t be more grateful.

THANK YOU to all the volunteers and businesses who make the event run smoothly!