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John Fielder, a Colorado photographer, celebrates wilderness in Grand Junction

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WHAT: John Fielder’s tour, presenting “A Celebration of 50 Years of Colorado Wilderness.”

WHERE: Kannah Creek Brewing Company, VIP reception; Colorado Mesa University Ballroom, main event

WHEN: 5 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. respectively

COST: $35 for reception; $5 for presentation

INFO: www.ConservationCO.org/FielderInGJ

John Fielder, a well-known Colorado photographer, will stop in Grand Junction on Wednesday, Nov. 19. He’s currently on tour, presenting “A Celebration of 50 Years of Colorado Wilderness.”

A VIP reception is planned for Kannah Creek Brewing Company (1960 N. 12th St.) starting at 5 p.m. Then a presentation, along with book sales and a signing, will follow at 7:30 p.m. in Colorado Mesa University’s Ballroom located on campus.

Tickets for Kannah Creek’s reception cost $35 per person, including appetizers, drinks and seating. Reservations are required online — http://www.ConservationCO.org/FielderInGJ.

Colorado Mesa University’s presentation costs $5 — tickets may be purchased online (http://www.ConservationCO.org/FielderInGJ) or at the door.

“The presentation is not to be missed as it spans decades of John Fielder’s work, includes over 300 of his stunning wilderness photographs and is accompanied by music and stories to guide the audience through the show,” a news release said. “For a sneak peek, swing by the Mesa County Central Library in downtown Grand Junction where you’ll find 20 of his fine art prints on display until Nov. 29.”

The event is being hosted by Conservation Colorado, Western Colorado Congress, Great Old Broads for Wilderness and Sierra Club.


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