MILFORD - Fifties Kitsch, fabulous Festa-ware, soaring southwestern ceilings and avant-garde gardens, the 3rd annual Phoenix Party to benefit the seventh annual Black Bear Film Festival is set for Saturday, Sept. 9, 5:30-7:30 p.m. This your chance to get a full glimpse inside this artful and award winning home and see for yourself the amazing environment that owners Doug Cosh and Terry Talent have created. Lucite high heels, sequins, evening gowns, feather boas, fireworks(of many sorts) and themed activities - this renovated Dutch Reform Church from 1850 is topped only by its artful, humorous and wildly colorful party-goers. Please come, eat, drink and be groovy Baby, or just come and observe; support of the festival can also be made by cash or check at the party. Space is limited so call today. The Phoenix is located on Route 209 in Dingmans Ferry, Pennsylvania just 8 miles south of Milford near the intersection of Route 739. Please park in the field across the street. The 7th Annual Black Bear Film Festival will be held the weekend after Columbus Day, Oct. 12 to 15, with all main features screened at the historic Milford Theatre in Milford, Pennsylvania. The Artists’ Bear Sculptures will be waiting to be auctioned just outside the theatre, next to the hospitality tent where there will be other silent auction items, culinary treats and more. The Free Film Salon and Envirofest will run simultaneously just up the street at the new “Film Garage”, courtesy of Devi and Bill Rosado. There, you can just come and take a seat, no tickets necessary! The Black Bear Film Festival is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation and all donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. Visit www.blackbearfilm.com for more information.