Where: Patagonia Portland Store, 907 NW Irving St, Portland, Ore.
Join us on January 9th for our 4th Annual Wild Rivers Night at the Patagonia store in Portland. Wild Rivers Night is a fun evening of socializing with your river friends while enjoying films, photography, and presentations celebrating wild rivers. Northwest Rafting Company's partners for this event are all organizations that love wild rivers as much as you do: ECHO River Trips, American Rivers, American Whitewater, KS Wild, Pacific Rivers Council, River Network, and Western Rivers Conservancy.
Join outfitters, rafters, kayakers, and conservationists for an evening with:
- Films, images, & presentations about wild rivers
- Silent auction of stunning nature photography
- Emcee, Tim Palmer, renowned author and photographer
- Beverages provided by Sierra Nevada and Nectar Creek Honeywine
Tickets are available for $5, which you must reserve in advance on our Eventbrite page, as space is limited. Beer and mead are free with the purchase of a $10 Silipint from your favorite river conservation partner.
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