“Water, Sand, and Sky,” the new film by Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, made its world premiere during National Park Week on Monday, April 18th at 7 pm. This event is co-sponsored by Preserve Historic Sleeping Bear and Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes in collaboration with City Opera House.
National Lakeshore Superintendent Scott Tucker was there in person to introduce the film, a breathtaking, high resolution, color overview of our national park and its most iconic sights. Everyone is invited, and the event is free. Come early or linger after the film to speak with volunteers from both the Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes and Preserve Historic Sleeping Bear. This is a great time to find out how you can volunteer to protect and enhance our national park.
For showings of the film during the week in Leelanau, Benzie, and Manistee counties, see the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore website for venue and event details. After its premiere, the film will be used at the Lakeshore’s Empire Visitor Center to introduce visitors to the splendor of Sleeping Bear.
The Film is now available on the Sleeping Bear Dunes website where two versions are available.
An extended version is available that includes an introduction from park staff as well as a question and answer after.
The new film can be viewed on the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore YouTube channel.