Kingston Firehouse Theater to host Wild Society Film Fest & Talks April 18

The Kingston Firehouse Theater will be housing the Wild Society Film Fest & Talks April 18

The Kingston Firehouse Theater will be hosting the Wild Society Film Fest & Talks April 18 from 7 to 9 p.m., the program will explore the beauties, challenges and connections of meat-eating organisms around the world.

The showing is free and open to all ages, however a suggested donation of between $5 and $15 is encouraged. Funds will benefit Wild Society programming and the Kingston Firehouse Theater. The presentation includes showcasing a live raptor and Nine short documentaries will also be shown about various animals and wildlife.

Wild Society is a wilderness education nonprofit based in Western Washington, providing week-long backcountry hikes, a year-round adventure naturalist program and all-ages community events. The group’s mission is to cultivate wonder and belonging in the natural world. Other activities hosted by the group include natural history walks in Kingston and summer and weekend adventures throughout the year for young people.

Wild Society partners with professional field scientists to add a strong hands-on component to its natural history curriculum. Youth of all backgrounds are welcome regardless of experience, access to equipment or ability to pay tuition.

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