Floating Film Festival


Celebrating wild Salmon and their habitat.

Wild Alaska Salmon Day: In 2016, Governor Bill Walker signed HB 128 into law, establishing August 10 of each year as Alaska Wild Salmon Day. Stating that, “Nearly all Alaskans are impacted by salmon in some way – whether through subsistence, recreational, or commercial fishing, or just sheer appreciation for Alaska’s abundant wildlife... HB 128 is intended to celebrate these uniquely Alaskan ways of life, and share our appreciation for wild Alaskan salmon with the rest of the world.”

Floating Film Festival: TVWA celebrates Wild Alaska Salmon Day with various events including a Floating Film Festival. Attendees watch over 20 short films during an amazing Alaskan themed dinner, while aboard the Sternwheeler Tanana Chief. The 3 hour boat ride, sails along the Chena River to the Tanana confluence and then back to the dock.

You're invited: TVWA invites you to celebrate the 3rd annual Alaska Wild Salmon Day by joining us for a floating film festival.

When: Friday, August 10th from 6 to 9 pm

Where: Aboard the Sternwheeler Tanana Chief

Cost: $35 per person*, limited seating only 70 tickets available.

In addition to the several short films on Alaska's salmon; you'll learn about Chena River's role in rearing and raising baby king salmon and the economic impacts of these amazing fish.

*Films, food and boat ride are included in the cost of the ticket.  Cash bar is available.

This is a 21 and over event.