POSTPONED: Outdoor Screening of MOUNTAIN at Bob Ward’s Block Party

UPDATE: This event has been postponed due to weather! Stay tuned for updates. 

Rooted in the heart of the Rocky Mountain West, Montanans of all walks of life largely have one thing in common: a healthy fascination with the outdoors. For 101 years, Bob Ward’s has provided the keys to that kingdom, outfitting outdoor enthusiasts who crave adventure and seek the unspeakable beauty of the mountains. On Saturday June 16th Bob Ward’s Sports & Outdoors and Big Sky Documentary Film Festival will celebrate this heritage with a Block Party and outdoor screening of all-new documentary film Mountain at Bob Ward’s in Missoula.

The screening and Block Party is part of a 10-day celebration for Bob Ward’s 101st Anniversary. The outdoor screening begins at sundown but the Block Party starts early with drinks, food, and amazing deals on outdoor gear. A beer and wine bar provided by The Rhino and local food trucks open at 5pm. The gear sales go all day with extra specials in the evening. Bring your lawn or camp chair and reserve your vantage point early to see Mountain the film as evening fades to night in Missoula.

Mountain is a breathtaking spectacle that explores our captivation with the mountains featuring awe-inspiring footage of peaks from Tibet to Norway to Alaska and the skiiers, climbers, bikers and others that seek to reach their summits. A collaboration between Sherpas Cinema and Camp 4 Collective (among others), the film employs spectacular cinematography from Renan Ozturk (Meru), poetic narration from Willem DaFoe and a classical score from the Australian Chamber Orchestra to capture the drama and thrill of mountainous pursuits.

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The film screening is free and open to the public and begins around sundown (about 9:30pm) at the Bob Ward’s store in Missoula, 3015 Paxson. Join us for this exciting, one of a kind event!

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Presented in partnership with longtime BSDFF supporter Bob Ward's! 

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