PG Naturalists Club Coming Events and Notes, February 1, 2013
Monday February 4. Naturalists Club presentation at City Hall, 6 p.m.
Clive and I will be making a 10-minute presentation to City Council to seek approval for the Naturalists Club’s proposed enhancements to the Hudson’s Bay Slough/Wetlands. Questions and discussion by Council will follow. Everyone with an interest in the Slough is invited – and encouraged – to attend at 6 p.m. to show your support. We’ve been told that public support in the gallery does make a difference!
Outdoor Training Courses offered by OVERhang
- Recreational Ice Safety Workshop, Thursday Feb 7th 4:30pm to 9pm
- Ice Safety Technician 1 (IST1), Saturday Feb 23rd
- Wilderness First Aid, March 2nd & 3rd
- Avalanche Skills Training 1 (AST1), date soon to be determined
Please head to http://overhang.ca/training/course-schedule for more details about these opportunities and more (more in-depth courses for resource workers and rescuers are scheduled as well) Bonus of any of these courses: a tour of the OVERhang’s climbing facility as it develops. Please note that OVERhang has meeting spaces available for interested groups as well.
Thursday February 14. Water, My Love, a Celebration of Love and Water, Both Domestic and Wild. Artspace,1635 – 3rd Avenue, 8 p.m.
Water stories, poetry, live sound weaving by Danielea Castell and guests. Admission by donation. Net proceeds benefit the Soundweaving Water Initiative. For more information see http://www.oneconsciousvoice.com/default.html
or call Danielea at 250-981-8067.
Wednesday March 13. An evening with Chris Harris, Canfor Theatre UNBC, 7:30 p.m.
Chris Harris will be in Prince George on March 13, at 7:30 pm, at the Canfor Theatre at UNBC to present his new book, Flyover – British Columbia’s Cariboo Chilcotin Coast – An Aviation Legacy. Tickets will be $10 and will be on sale later in February at Books & Co and Studio 2880. This event is sponsored by the PG Photographic Society.
For decades, Chris has given presentations and workshops from British Columbia to Florida and California to New Brunswick. By drawing on his experience as an outdoor guide and fine art photographer, Chris reveals the stunning beauty of British Columbia’s central Cariboo Chilcotin Coast wilderness, offering artistic and technical insights to his work as an artist, photographer and publisher.Chris’ website: http://www.chrisharris.com
PG Photographic Society: http://www.pgphotoclub.com/
Sent by blind copy to 169 individuals on the Prince George Naturalists Club extended mailing list. If you wish to have your name removed from the list, just reply to this email.
This entry was posted in Club Update
and tagged anne
. Bookmark the permalink