We often are asked about what to do in winter in Joseph Oregon. The Frostbite Film Festival is an annual fundraising event for our local ice rink, the Nordic Club and the Ferguson Ridge Ski area.
Here are the details for this year's event:
What: Frostbite Film Festival
Where: Joseph Community Center (2 blocks from our Joseph Oregon bed and breakfast)
When: Friday, January 22, 2010, 5:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Price: $15/adult, $25/couple, $5 for 5-12 year old children; under 5 years is free
Ticket locations: The Bookloft or Central Copy in Enterprise and The Sports Corral in Joseph (of course, if you reserve a room with us, we'll pick up your tickets in advance)
--Dinner with beer or wine furnished by our own Terminal Gravity Brewing in Enterprise
--Fantastic live and silent auction items
--Live music by Tom Kruger and Bart Latta
--Premier showing of the DVD of the film "Crossing the Wallowas", originally a 1950s 16mm film by Walter Klages. And Walter will be here to narrate the film!
Ferguson Ridge Ski area website at SkiFergi.com
Bill & I saw the original 16mm version of "Crossing the Wallowas" a couple of years ago at the Frostbite Film Festival--what a trip! Even if you're not a backcountry ski enthusiast, you'll appreciate the efforts these men went through to make this film. Cameras were a lot heavier in the 1950s!
Currently the Bronze Antler Bed & Breakfast is completely open for Friday night, January 22nd. Plan a quick romantic getaway Oregon style to Joseph and include an evening of great food, dancing and a film. Top it off with a cozy bed and breakfast the next morning before you start your own winter adventures!