Orcas & Oceans: An Inspiring Evening in the Mountains
Time & Location
About the event
Discover the inspiring story of two young Canadians travelling the coast to try and save an iconic species. Learn more about what resident orcas can tell us about the future of the Salish Sea. Get motivated to activate your interest in conservation and the outdoors. And learn about Sea Shepherd's fascinating "Operation Virus Hunter" mission!
Join Coextinction Film and Sea Shepherd for an evening all about ocean conservation, orcas, salmon, and igniting your passion and the spirit of adventure!
This one time event will take place in the beautiful Brackendale Art Gallery (BAG), in the mountains of Squamish, on January 25th from 6:00pm to 9:30pm. Doors open at 6:00pm for socializing, drinks and merch sales. Speakers series starts at 7:00pm! There will be two inspiring speakers followed by a panel.
There will be deserts, soup, bread and a Danish pastry menu available, as well as beer, wine, cider, coffee and tea.
There will be a number of unique, local items on for auction, as well Sea Shepherd merch available!
We’ll be screening sneak peek footage from the Coextinction documentary series, “An inspiring and moving story that challenges us to understand and protect our interconnected ecosystems, before they disappear. The film forges new connections visually between the land and sea. Viewers fall in love with the Southern Resident Killer Whales, and the Salish Sea's ecosystem and landscapes.” https://www.coextinctionfilm.com/
Due to limited capacity at the venue please register for the event in advance through the following Eventbrite link, we cannot guarantee tickets at the door.
Tickets are by donation (suggested $20).
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