In a society that seems increasingly polarized and confrontational, how do some communities manage to get along?
The film explores the people and values that make this tiny town in north central Washington a thriving community, rather than another abandoned farm town or commercialized strip of interstate.
Though scarred from devastating wildfires two summers running, Twisp has taken charge of its own recovery efforts. Though small, it hasn’t shied away from big issues—like providing affordable housing, child- and elder-care, capital for business start-ups, and negotiating public vs. private land use issues. This film explores the qualities and attributes that help Twisp prosper, rather than dry up or give up.
Doors open at 6:30 pm ~ by donation ~ $10 suggested
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