Event: 3 Flathead Showings of documentary “Tapped”, Mar 23, 24 & 26, 2017

By Catherine Haug, March 19, 2o1y (Photo, right, from Water For Flathead’s Future website (2))

The following is from the Daily Inter Lake, Sunday, March 19, 2017 and Flathead Events (4):

The grassroots group Water for Flathead’s Future (who oppose the proposed bottling plant in Creston) is sponsoring three benefit screenings of the award-winning documentary “Tapped” this week in locations across the valley:

  • Bigfork showing is Sunday, March 26, 2017, 2 PM at Bigfork Center for the Performing Arts; Tickets are $10 at the door;
  • Whitefish: Thursday March 23, 2017, 7 PM at The O’Shaughnessy Center, 1 Central Ave, Whitefish, MT 59937;  tickets are $10 at the door;
  • Kalispell: Friday, March 24, 2017, 7 PM at FVCC, Arts & Technologies Building, 777 Grandview Drive Kalispel; admission is free.
  • Donations to Water for Flathead’s Future are gratefully accepted.

Read on for more about the events, the film, and to view a trailer for the film.

Representatives from Water for Flathead’s Future will be on hand for a Q&A session after each showing, and will provide an update on a proposed water bottling plant in Creston and the water bottling industry in general

For more information, visit waterforflatheadsfuture.org (1).

About the film:

Produced by Stephanie Soechtig, “Tapped” is a look at the history of bottled water int he United States. The film takes a broad look at the bottled water issues, highlighting individuals and communities that have been affected by the industry.

View the trailer:


About Water for Flathead’s Future

from their website’s About page (3):

“Water for Flathead’s Future is a grass roots organization that advocates sustainable use of our surface and underground water resources to assure that the needs of the people, fish and wildlife of the Flathead Valley of Montana can be met now and for generations to come. Any person or company that endangers the quality and availability of this most valuable resource by shipping large quantities of it away from the local area poses a threat to our livelihoods, our happiness, and our economy.  We work to prevent this from happening by advocating land use reform and denying permits for any such activities.

Water for Flathead’s Future is made up of farmers, homeowners, sportsmen and business owners from around Flathead Valley who believe in careful conservation of water resources that belong to all of us. We represent thousands of Valley residents from all walks of life.”


  1. waterforflatheadsfuture.org;
  2. Photo: waterforflatheadsfuture.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Dino.jpg
  3. About: waterforflatheadsfuture.org/about
  4. Flathead Events calendar: .flatheadevents.net/03/24/2017/tapped-the-documentary


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