Get ready to be inspired to get outside, explore and reconnect with nature at Down East Gallery Saturday, Aug. 22. For the 3rd year, Brad and Danielle Betts are hosting the Maine Outdoor Film Festival (MOFF).
The first of this year’s amazing line up around 7:30 p.m. Plan to arrive at the Gallery, 146 Boothbay Road, Edgecomb, by or around 7 p.m. Parking is available in the Edgecomb Eddy School across the street. Set up your blanket or chairs on the back lawn overlooking the lower field. Bring your own picnic and drinks; this is a carry-in/carry-out event with plenty of space under the stars to relax in a comfortably distanced setting.
Limited to 100 people in 2020 - preregister at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/moff-in-edgecomb-tickets-113765499672
MOFF is also offering virtual screening passes for those uncomfortable or unable to attend in person. Film programming is subject to change, bur here is the lineup: Biking: Biking Through the Seasons @josh_lawless; Nature Meditation: Dip and Sway @doosterfilm; Sunrise at OOB: OOBica @fiddleheadmediateam; Free Diving: Lessons from Jeju @gromlet; Surfing: Recycled to Ride @annaburnsy @gnarbouchard @hydrophilesurfcraft; Never Stop Exploring: A Life on Ice @leighannesides; Deep Sea Life: Divergent Warmth Megan Lubetkin; Kayaking: The Long River Home @bigcedarmedia; Reconnecting: The Manta Listener @adil_schindler
For more information, visit the MOFF website: http://maineoutdoorfilmfestival.com/2020-edgecomb and /www.downeastgallery.com/events/maine-outdoor-film-festival-2020