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CHARLESTON, WV -

Take a wild ride on a whitewater raft and journey across the earth's final frontier  in two Clay Center giant screen films.

"Grand Canyon Adventure: River at Risk" and "Shackleton's Antarctic Adventure" are now showing in the ElectricSky Theater.

Follow the important expedition of two environmental heroes: world-renowned river advocate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and celebrated anthropologist Wade Davis, accompanied by their daughters Kick Kennedy and Tara Davisin an eye-opening documentary that explores the spiritual, artistic and life-sustaining powers of water and showcases the lasting effects caused by the lack of this essential resource.

Show times for "Grand Canyon Adventure: River at Risk" will be Wednesday through Sunday at 1 and 4 p.m.

Travel the mountains and glaciers of South Georgia Island with famous explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton on the now-legendary 1914 – 1916 British Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. Discover uncharted territory and see the human spirit at its best in this extraordinary tale of endurance as Shackleton and his crew fight to survive nearly two years in frigid terrain after their ship is destroyed.

Show times for "Shackleton's Antarctic Adventure" will be Wednesday through Saturday at noon and 3 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m.

Both films will run through March 7.

For information on all Clay Center programs and exhibits, visit www.theclaycenter.org, or call 304-561-3570.