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Published on Apr 15, 2012
Project Healing Waters, a Denver support group for disabled active military service personnel and veterans, is sponsoring the screening of several fishing adventure films at the Iwerks extreme screen theater of The Wildlife Experience, Parker, CO. The one-night-only screening will be held Saturday, April 14. Open seating begins at 6:00 pm. This year's version of the two-hour "Fly Fishing Film Tour" (F3T) consists of footage from 11 fishing adventures in Montana, Florida, Idaho and the Gulf of Mexico. Other film segments were shot in the Bahamas, Belize, Alaska, New Zealand and Canada. The Wildlife Experience theatre features large format digital imaging on its 2,700-sq. ft. screen. Viewers will also experience Dolby digital stereo surround-sound, and plush, high back seating. Beginning at 4:30 pm, in the theater lobby, Project Healing Waters will conduct raffles and have a silent auction for fly fishing equipment, artwork, and fishing guide services. General seating is limited to 300 tickets, discounted to $12.00 each. A $100 VIP package includes special seating, a social hour and a gift bag.