Woody Guthrie meets Ansel Adams in Walkin’ Jim’s “Give Thanks for the Wild!” performance. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to meet America’s one-of-a-kind wilderness troubadour. Join us for a multimedia show/concert, to be held Saturday November 24th at the Panida Theater in Sandpoint.
Walkin’ Jim Stoltz has trekked from coast to coast, Mexico to Canada (3 times), Yellowstone to the Yukon, from high in the Arctic to deep in the Utah canyons. All those years in the wild places and over 26,000 miles of walking have given him a great love for wilderness which Walkin Jim will share in “Give Thanks for the Wild!” Walkin’ Jim sings in a deep bass voice, plays guitar, and tells stories about his travels while projecting spectacular images of the wilderness he has photographed on his travels.
Doors open at 6:00pm, show starts at 7:00pm. Tickets are only $10 in advance, $12 at the door. Tickets are available in Sandpoint at Eichardts, F.C. Weskills, Monarch Mountain Coffee and the Outdoor Experience; In Trout Creek at the Huckleberry Thicket.