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Bidder 70 Film Premier: Award-winning Documentary
What: Teton Valley Community Recycling (TVCR) will host a free screening of the award-winning documentary, Bidder 70.
When: Friday, February 7th, 6:30 pm
Where: Senior Center in Driggs, 60 S. Main.
Who: The event is family friendly and free of charge.
More information: Contact Tanya Anderson at [email protected] or 208-354-2800.
How far would you go to protect the land you love? When treasured landscapes near national parks in Utah were included in a last-minute, contentious oil and gas sale, then college student Tim DeChristopher entered the auction as Bidder 70. Tim bid 1.8 million dollars for 22,000 acres of land with no intention to pay or drill, bringing the auction to an abrupt halt. Bidder 70 tells Tim’s story, including the motivation for his act of civil disobedience, the charges he faced, and the people he inspired.
Teton Valley Community Recycling (TVCR) will host a free screening the film at the Senior Center in Driggs at on Friday, February 7th at 6:30 pm. TVCR will provide popcorn and juice; attendees are encouraged to bring their own cup and bowl to help keep the event zero waste. Attendees are welcome to bring their own beverages as well.