Selected Community Events


The Find Nicaragua, LGHtv original Series

Avalon Theater Grand Junction, local premiere screening with new episodes of the Find. After party, Music by Brad Corrigan of Dispatch, open bar, live mural painting
Dave Hansow 970-250-8399

7th Annual MountainFilm on Tour Festival

Avalon Theater, Grand Junction, CO
Proudly presented by Western Colorado Congress and WCC of Mesa County. Enjoy selected films from the 2015 Telluride MountainFilm Festival that educate, inspire and motivate. Doors open at 6:00pm for our Western Slope Silent Auction and Happy Hour including 1 free drink for the first 100 attendees! Films start at 7:00 pm. Great door prizes including a Westwater River trip for 2, Loki Jacket and REI tent! Advance Tickets $10 at Summit Canyon or on our website at $15 at the door--children 10 and under Free! For more information contact Donna at 970-256-7650 or
Western Colorado Congress
Donna 970-256-7650

The Stonecutter

Moss Performing Arts Center, Grand Junction, Colorado
For young audiences, MRT will present The Stonecutter, written by Ruth Cantrell and directed by dance professor Megan Glynn. The script received “Best Children’s Play” from the Southwest Theatre Association in 1998. The story follows the life of an Aztec stonecutter who doesn’t feel his job is important, so his guardian angel changes him into various characters including the sun, the rain, and the wind. Written for children ages 6-12, this play teaches that we all have something important to contribute to the world. The show id Rated G and all seats are $5.
CMU Box Office Moss Performing Arts Center

The Last Five Years

Moss Performing Arts Center, Grand Junction, Colorado
The Last Five Years will be directed by Jeremy Franklin and tells the story of the failed marriage of Jamie, a successful novelist, and Cathy, a struggling actress. Cathy’s story is told in reverse, Jamie’s is told conventionally, moving forward. They meet in the middle at the point of their wedding. The show is Rated PG-13.

$17 for adults, $15 for seniors and $7 for students
CMU Box office Moss performing Arts Center

Hunting Film Tour, Presented by Colorado Backcountry Hunters & Anglers

Two Rascals Brewing, Montrose, CO
Join Colorado Backcountry Hunters & Anglers for the hunting film event of the year! The hunting film tour is a series of short films that highlight the tradition, chase and challenge that hunting offers. Sponsors have generously donated over $5,000 in door prizes and raffle items. All proceeds from this event will benefit Backcountry Hunters & Anglers.

Advance tickets ($10) are available at Two Rascals Brewing and online here through the Hunting Film Tour:
Tim Brass, 651-206-4669

Documentary Film Premiere: The Grand Valley & Its Rivers

CMU University Center Ballroom
Documentary film premiere, reception & panel discussion. Pre-register for a free drink at the reception at
Hannah Holm, Water Center at CMU 970-248-1968,,

Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret

The Masonic Family Center Grand Junction, 2400 Consistory Ct., Grand Junction
Doors open at 4:00, screening at 4:30 for the Grand Junction screening of COWSPIRACY: The Sustainability Secret - the groundbreaking environmental film that environmental organizations don't want you to see. Follow an intrepid filmmaker as he uncovers the most destructive industry facing the planet today, and investigates why the world's leading environmental organizations are too afraid to talk about it. This is a documentary as eye-opening as "Blackfish" and as inspiring as "An Inconvenient Truth" and it's bound to be the talk of the town, so come see it before all your friends do, better yet, bring all your friends, and anyone who is interested in keeping our planet inhabitable!

An in-depth Q & A with the filmmakers will follow the screening.

No charge, Donations accepted.

Learn more at the website or Facebook page.
Harmony Wade-Hak,

Free Film "The New Black"

Mesa County Central Library
Free Film "The New Black" shows at 7pm with free wine & cheese reception at 6:30pm
Mesa County Central Library 243-4442 or Facebook at "Community Cinema-Grand Junction"

Backcountry Film Festival

Masonic Lodge - 2400 Consistory Court, Grand Junction CO 81501
The Colorado Mountain Club is thrilled to host the ninth annual world tour of the Winter Wildlands Alliance's Backcountry Film Festival at the Masonic Lodge in Grand Junction on Wednesday, April 2nd at 7pm.

The festival highlights the beauty and fun of the winter backcountry experience. The evening includes the year’s best ski films - promoting the work of grassroots filmmakers who tell compelling and entertaining stories of the backcountry, non-motorized recreation, and environmental preservation. Submissions come from renowned filmmakers who travel every corner of the globe to submit their best backcountry work, and from grassroots filmmakers who take a video camera out on their weekend excursions and submit their best film short. The films are juried by a select panel of judges and the top films are assembled into a 90-minute program. The evening will also include prize drawings & discounted CMC memberships!

$12 Tickets. All Proceeds Benefit the Colorado Mountain Club.

Doors open at 6:30pm, Show starts at 7pm

For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit
Membership Services or

The Trials of Muhammad Ali - Documentary

Feb 19, 2014 Reception at 6:30 p.m. and film at 7:00 p.m.

Mesa County Public Library Community Room located at 530 Grand Avenue in Grand Junction
This is a feature-length documentary film covering Ali's toughest bout and his battle to overturn the five-year prison sentence. It is a fight film tracing his life. The wine and cheese reception will begin half an hour before the film starts. Admission is free!

A Place at the Table

Nov 20, 2013 Reception at 6:30 p.m. and film at 7:00 p.m.

Mesa County Public Library Community Room located at 530 Grand Avenue in Grand Junction
Rocky Mountain PBS presents the 2013-14 community cinema series called "A Place at the Table". A wine and cheese reception will start at 6:30 p.m. Please bring a canned food item to benefit the Community Food Bank.

Light Gives Heat Presents: Rough-Cut Screening of "Moving On"

The Avalon Theater, downtown Grand Junction
Light Gives Heat is screening their full-length rough-cut documentary "Moving On." The documentary is about a young couple who gives up everything to see if they can effect the world around them and in the process are completely changed. The film documents Light Gives Heat founders, Dave and Morgan Hansow, and three of the friends they made in Uganda, Africa. Guests who fill out a short questionnaire after the screening will receive a free SUUBI necklace. Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door.
Miranda Crace
(734) 552-3844