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Filmmaker Eliza Goode will present her recent film, The Smell of Cedars Steeped in Rain at 7:00 p.m.on Tuesday, January 12 in the Peninsula College Little Theater. The free program is part of the Olympic National Park Perspectives speaker series and is sponsored by Olympic National Park and the Friends of Olympic National Park.
Eliza Goode recently earned her Masters of Fine Arts from Montana State University, specializing in Science and Natural History Filmmaking. The Smell of Cedars Steeped in Rain is a wordless love letter to Olympic National Park and to finding renewal in nature.
The film's soundtrack was performed by Bellingham-based indie folk-stomp band Rabbit Wilde. Rabbit Wilde will perform live as part of the film presentation, which will be followed by a question and answer session and more music.
"We invite our visitors and neighbors to kick offthe Centennial year of the National Park Service by experiencing Olympic National Park through film and music," said Olympic National Park Superintendent Sarah Creachbaum.
The season's remaining Perspectives programs will be offered as usual at the Olympic National Park Visitor Center on the second Tuesday of February, March and April. A full description of the upcoming programs can be found at https://www.nps.gov/olym/learn/news/perspectives-monthly-speakers-series-2015-and-2016.htm
For more information about visiting Olympic National Park, people may visit the park's website at https://www.nps.gov/olym.