Banff Film Fest, Plein-Air Moab get underway
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Headlining entertainment in Moab this week for entertainment is the Banff Mountain Film Fest and the Moab Golf Club Tournament, in addition to the Red Rock Arts Festival.

The Banff Film Festival encourages folks to “come watch the best films about mountain sports.” The event will be held at 7 p.m. at Grand County High School. Proceeds benefit Utah Avalanche Center-Moab and Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation.

The Moab Golf Club Tournament will feature senior amateur, men and women.

Other dates to save are:

Oct. 4, Immigration Town Hall, 5:30 p.m. at St. Francis Episcopal Church scheduled to discuss local immigration issues.

Oct. 5, Moab Farmer’s Market, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Swanny Park.

Oct. 6-13: Red Rock Arts Festival-Plein Air Moab, celebrate open-air painting. For more information, call 435-259-6272. As a parallel event, the MARC will welcome more than 100 artists from all over North America at the 9th Plein Air Moab painting competition. The theme is “Celebrating Land-Inspired Art.”




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