Location: Port Angeles WA
Maier Performance Hall and the Little Theater, Peninsula College
Cost: Tickets are $5 at the door. Students are free.
The Memory of Fish is a documentary portrait of the intertwined lives of Dick Goin and wild fish and his fight to free a river. Elwha River salmon fed Dick and his family after they migrated to the Olympic Peninsula during the Dust Bowl. He never forgot his debt to the now disappearing fish. We follow Dick—a pulp mill worker and master fisherman—as he uses his memories and persistence to battle for the biggest dam removal project in US history so that the salmon can come home.
This screening is co-sponsored by American Rivers, The Salmon Coalition, and The North Olympic Land Trust. The screening in the Little Theater will be followed by a question-and-answer session with the director, Jennifer Galvin, and co-producer Emma Jones will answer questions in Maier Performance Hall.
For more information, go to: Peninsula College Magic of Cinema