Rivertowns Film Screening

Join us on May 3rd!

When: Friday, May 3, 2019 at 5:30 PM
Where: Showboat Community Theater
112 E. 4th Street in Hermann, MO

Join us for a free screening of this PBS special Rivertowns : 100 miles – 200 years. This film taps into the social, natural, and cultural changes in Missouri River communities over more than two centuries. It was produced in 2018 by Kara Vaninger and Nine Network of Public Media.

If you are a local, you are sure to see many friends and family featured in this documentary showing our beloved Hermann and neighboring river-towns New Haven and Washington, Missouri.

Schedule of Events:
5:30pm  Potluck Finger Foods Table, Wine and beer available for purchase
6:00pm Old Time Music Jam
7:00pm Featured Film Presentation 
8:15pm Panel Discussion with Producer: Kara Vaninger, Artist: Bryan Haynes, Author: Dan Burkhardt, Director of Shaw Nature Reserve: Quinn Long, PhD, Local ⭐️: Jack Schneider

Join us on March 28th!

Hosted by Missouri History Museum and Nine Network

When: Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 6 PM – 8 PM
Where: Missouri History Museum
5700 Lindell Blvd, St. Louis 63112

Join us for a free screening of this Nine Network special that taps into the social, natural, and cultural changes in Missouri River communities over more than two centuries.

Enjoy refreshments before the screening, then stay after the film for a Q&A with the producer. Also, hear music by the Bluegill Buddies and meet artist Bryan Haynes and the authors of “Growing Up with the River” (and founders of KLT!) Dan and Connie Burkhardt.

Schedule of Events:
Reception at 6pm in MacDermott Grand Hall
Screening at 7pm in the Lee Auditorium

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