Be inspired! Celebrate and embrace mountain film and culture, outdoor sports and environmental initiatives. The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival Tour presents unique films that illustrate experiences, cultures, environmentalism, exploration and adventure from all corners of the globe. And it’s all coming to Saskatoon on Monday, April 23, 2018 at 7pm at the Broadway Theatre.
If you’re already hooked on the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour, this event is for you! Get your tickets online at the Broadway Theatre, the Theatre box office, or our retails sponsor locations: The North Face Saskatoon, Outter Limits, Bruce’s Cycle Works, Eb’s Source for Adventure, The Bike Doctor and 306 Tactical.
Thank you to our other local sponsors: Back40 Wilderness First Aid Training, Saskatoon Animal Control Agency, Dutch Media, Alpine Club of Canada – Saskatchewan Section, Grace Beyer Re/MAX, TCU Financial Group, Lardners Trailer Sales, SaskEnergy and Martensville Veterinary Hospital.
Special thanks to The North Face Saskatoon! As a Matching Sponsor, they will be matching audience donations at the event up to a maximum of $1,000. Saskatoon Search and Rescue is a registered charitable organization and donations of $20 or more will be issued a charitable tax receipt.
Saskatoon Search and Rescue (SSAR) is a ground search and rescue team made up of dedicated volunteers who desire to help and assist others in need in our community by giving their time for training, search missions, preventative information and public awareness. They are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
SSAR’s Mission: To locate lost or missing persons and provide support to our community in non-search emergencies under the direction of Saskatoon Emergency Measures Organization, Saskatoon Police Service, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, or other agency of jurisdiction.
SSAR’s Vision: We will be an organization of highly skilled search and rescue professionals capable of providing an effective response to whatever role we are tasked to do by the appropriate agency of jurisdiction. We also strive to prevent search-related emergencies through education and community outreach.
SSAR is a registered charitable organization that depends solely on donations from individuals, businesses and fundraising events. You can help us by donating now!
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