Local Farms, Valley Highlighted in PBS Films
Last year, the popular “Colorado Experience Road Show” presented by The Colorado Office of Film, Television and Media (COFTM) and Rocky Mountain PBS kicked off a 10-stop statewide tour celebrating Colorado history and original television content.
This Thursday, Jan. 19 the tour hits Alamosa at 6 p.m. (doors open at 5:30 p.m.) at Adams State University, with the episodes highlighting local family farms and the San Luis Valley. While the shows are currently showing on PBS, come and see them on the big screen with your neighbors and friends!
“Centennial Farms:” With a rich history in homesteading, farming and ranching, Colorado boasts nearly 500 Centennial Farms, which remain in operation and are run by descendants of the original families.
“San Luis Valley:'” Nestled between the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the scenic San Luis Valley holds a rich history for South-Central Colorado.
Screening will take place in the Theatre Auditorium