THE WILD PACIFIC
3 Incredible Adventures. 1 Amazing Place. BC's Great Bear Rainforest. One night only.
Come and share an evening of film and speakers celebrating the beauty and adventure of BC's west coast.
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
St. James Community Centre Square
3214 West 10th Ave, Vancouver
All TICKETS $10 in advance / $12 at the door.
All proceeds go to support Pacific Wild in their conservation efforts in the Great Bear Rainforest. There will be door prizes and raffles. The event will be licensed and beverages will be available.
|7:00pm||Registration and networking (beverages available)|
|7:30pm||Opening remarks from Pacific Wild|
|7:35pm||Stand-Up for Great Bear Presentation|
|8:00pm||Pipedreams Project Presentation|
|8:25pm||Break, door prizes, raffle, auction (beverages available)|
|9:00pm||Screening of No Experience Required (33 mins)|
No Experience Required - film (33 minutes)
5 Friends. 5 Weeks. 500 Miles. A kayak journey from Port Hardy, BC to Ketchikan, AK through the Inside Passage. 5 ordinary people with ordinary day jobs. Find out why commitment is more important than experience and be inspired to get out there and have your own adventures. Share the experience from concept to completion through some of the most beautiful and fragile wilderness on the planet. By local Vancouver filmmaker Christina Chowaniec.
Norm Hann - multimedia presentation
Trace Norm's 400 km first of a kind stand-up paddleboard expedition from Kitimat to Bella Bella along the proposed north coast oil tanker route, bringing awareness to the people and wildlife of the Great Bear Rainforest and the Pacific Ocean.
The Pipedreams Project - multimedia presentation
In the fall of 2010, three local kayakers paddled the length of B.C.'s pristine coast to connect and engage citizens about the risks posed by the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline.