Are you passionate about winter sports and underground, independently-produced art? Because if so, you're definitely going to want to check this out.

Logjam Presents has announced "So Not Pro: An Independent Film & Art Event," to take place at The Wilma in Missoula on Thursday, October 21st.

So Not Pro is actually a locally-owned clothing company that likes to put their focus on underground skiers, snowboarders, skaters, and artists - and they've been working on putting this film together which they're calling "pure winter sports entertainment."

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And it's not just a screening of the movie going on there, either - this event is also going to be an art show. The plan is to sell, raffle off, and give away a bunch of art and clothing that all either connect to the film or to So Not Pro's image as a brand name.

So if you can't wait to get out there and go skiing this winter - or if you just want to take in a cool event and maybe purchase some art - this definitely seems like something to check out. The show begins at 7:30 PM, and tickets are only $12.

(I've always enjoyed watching extreme sports at the X Games and stuff like that, but I am objectively terrible at them, which is why this event is perfect for someone like me - all the fun of seeing this stuff happen without having to actually step on a board!)

All the info you'll need can be found at Logjam Presents' website. Think you'll be checking this one out?

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