Patagonia Austin is partnering with Austin Fly Fishers to bring you an evening of words, film, music and art all inspired by fishing and water. Author Nathaniel Riverhorse Nakadate, assignment writer for The Flyfish Journal, will be in the house reading some of his work and screening a short film called Love & Water. We’ll also have artwork from Alana Louise and Jonathan Marquardt on display and available for purchase. Lastly, there will be live music from The Barn Owls, and Hops and Grain brews and snacks—all on the house! All donations collected throughout the evening will benefit the Devils River Conservancy.

When: Friday March 22nd, doors open at 6:00 PM with refreshments
Where: Patagonia Austin 316 Congress Avenue
I can not believe how freaking excited I am for this event. The guest speaker Nathaniel Riverhorse Nakadate is hands down one of my favorite writers as well as a legit fan of the blog (which is honestly like having Keith Richards tell you he likes your guitar chops).  To have incredible local artist like Louise and Marquardt present on top of that is exciting beyond words.

 

I’ll  be there and with some die Fische stickers and such, so be sure to say “hello” if you see a gentleman in a fedora that is looking a little shy in the shadows of these greats.