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“Wild Devils” Presented by The Devils River Conservancy

Join the Devils River Conservancy for a special evening celebrating the wide-open space, dark star-riddled skies and pristine blue waters of the Devils River. The event will open with an opportunity to peruse the Witte Museum’s ‘People of the Pecos’ and south Texas exhibits, proceeded by a buffet dinner, silent auction and a film presentation of ‘Me, My Dad and the Devils,’ Directed by Sophia Kleberg and Ben Masters. All funds raised will benefit the Devils River Conservancy, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the protection and preservation of the last wild and pristine river in Texas, the Devils River.

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  • Witte Museum

    3801 Broadway, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 357-1900

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