Join Raincoast Conservation Foundation for an evening of Science, Information and Inspiration, in the Charlie White Theatre, Mary Winspear Centre. Elizabeth May is the key-note speaker. Tickets ($10.00) available from the Mary Winspear Centre box office.6:00 pm: Meet Our Scientists Reception, NGO Displays, Bar,
7:00 pm: Presentations, Musical Performance featuring Kytami
Chris Darimont, Raincoast Science Director is Emcee. Adam Olsen of Tsartlip First Nation offers the Welcome, and with Misty MacDuffee our Raincoast Biologist will address the threats to British Columbia’s iconic Salish Sea and our southern resident Killer Whales. Enjoy a musical interlude by Canadian musician Kyla LeBlanc better known by her stage name Kytami, a "violinistextremist,” who rocks the fiddle like a woman possessed. Also featured is the screening of Raincoast Conservation Foundation’s latest, short documentary film Directly Affected.
April 25, 2015 at 6:00pm - 9pm
Mary Winspear Centre
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