The third annual Vagabond Film Show takes place April 28 at Hope Golf Club.

Vagabond Film Show is back

Event takes over Hope Golf Club on April 28

The third annual Vagabond Film Show returns to Hope this weekend.

The event will feature over 15 short films highlighting a range of outdoor recreation activities, including mountain biking, fishing, skiing and hiking.

“The goal of the film show is to provide local artists and adventurists with a venue to display their talents and what their surrounding geography has to offer,” said organizer Dan Pereda.

“People should come out to enjoy a fun-filled night of films, music, events and prizes, as well as show support for their local artists, filmmakers and outdoor enthusiasts.”

The audience will be able to select the winner of the three minute or less film contest this year, with a cash prize being handed out to the chosen film at the event.

The Vagabond crew has also taken the show on the road this year, adding Boston Bar, Princeton and Pemberton to the lineup.

The local show takes place on April 28 at the Hope Golf Course. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10.

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