Vail Preservation Society will be hosting a special screening of the “Voice of Vail: Stories as Big as Arizona” on Sunday, January 13, 2019 at 1:30 p.m. at the Galaxy Luxury Theatre, 100 S. Houghton Road, Tucson, AZ. You are welcome to arrive at 12:45 p.m. to gather ad connect in the lobby with Cienega H.S. Folklorico, special displays, pick up tickets and learn more about the exciting plans for the 1908 Old Vail Store & Post Office.
Tickets are only $15.00 Purchase at www.vailpreservationsociety.org or email email@example.com . 100% of funds raised at this special screening will support the rehabilitation and adaptive re-use of Vail’s oldest building. Our goal is for future generations to be able to see and experience our history as they create their own meaningful connections at the 1908 building.
The story of America is written in its small towns. The Voices of Vail documentary follows Vail, Arizona, The Town Between the Tracks™, through more than a century of change. It is a celebration of the people, history, and remarkable natural beauty that make Vail special. The film is accompanied by an original overture, written by Tucson Symphony Young Composer Claire Thai, and performed by the Vail Youth Symphony.
Voices of Vail was produced by Vail Preservation Society and brought to the silver screen by local filmmakers Dennis Farris and Gerald Lamb with support from Arizona Humanities and a cadre of dedicated volunteers. The film earned the Audience Choice Award at the 2018 Show Low Film Festival.
In 1880 Vail was a tiny railroad siding serving ranchers and miners whose existence, like that of the Peoples who preceded them, depended on the life-giving waters of nearby Cienega Creek. Voices of Vail provides a vision for a path forward that acknowledges the need to live harmoniously with the Sonoran Desert and honors the diverse cultural traditions that have shaped the Vail community.
The Old Vail Store & P.O. will be another Vail Preservation Society Preservation Powered by Youth project engaging Cienega H.S. Construction Tech and TSW students learning lifelong skills as they make a real and lasting impact on their community.
For more information, contact – VPS Executive Director: J.J. Lamb (520) 419-4428 or firstname.lastname@example.org