August 25 in Berkeley: "A Walk in the Park with David Vassar"

A Walk in the Park with David Vassar

Reception hosted by Restore Hetch Hetchy

Join us for "A Walk in The Park with David Vassar". This is a rare opportunity to hear perspectives from David's 40 years of making films in national parks. 

If you haven't heard David Vassar speak, you are in for a treat. He's funny, he's smart, and he has stories to tell.

The presentation and reception are in downtown Berkeley. In case you have not been there, the Brower Center is a nice, intimate venue. There is parking nearby and it is very close to Downtown Berkeley BART.

And please also stay for Restore Hetch Hetchy's reception on the Brower Center's terrace with David afterward. Meet David and chat with Restore Hetch Hetchy board members as well.


Actor Harrison Ford with Director David Vassar, during the filming of Discover Hetch Hetchy.

Celebrate the National Park Service Centennial with Academy Award®-nominated and Emmy® Award-winning writer, director, producer, and documentarian, David Vassar. "A Walk in the Park with David Vassar" is an epic life-long film retrospective through America's magnificent Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Grand Teton, Yellowstone and Death Valley National Parks, among others, highlighted with personal stories from Vassar's lifetime of environmental filmmaking.

Tickets are available now. Note that previous presentations of "A Walk in the Park", including the event at the Smithsonian last March, have been sold out.

The David Brower Center is located at 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA 94704. The presentation will begin at 6:30. The reception will follow immediately afterward, about 8:15.