Monthly Social: GDTA + Screening of 'Living with Wildlife'! - Tuesday, Oct 17, 2017
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Hillhurst Sunnyside Community Center, the Hearth room (1320 5th Ave NW Calgary)
Mark your calendars for our monthly Social on
Tuesday October 17 as there will be two very
1. The Great Divide Trail: it is Canada's
longest thru hike, traversing the continental
divide between Alberta and British Columbia for
more than 1,100 kilometres. And the Great
Divide Trail Association is the not-for-profit
organization dedicated to maintaining,
protecting and promoting the Great Divide
Trail. Come hear about what's new with the GDTA
and what we have planned for the future.
Speakers: Jean- Francois Cianci & Barb Lauer;
both active board members involved in growing
2. Leanne Allison, film maker and
conservationist, is giving us the privilege of
screening (AHEAD OF THE SCREENING AT THE BANFF
FILM FESTIVAL) her newest documentary "Living
with Wildlife” Can people and grizzly bears
still coexist? This is the story of how
communities in the Bow Valley have come
together over the past 20 years to make room
for large carnivores and other wildlife.
it should be A-mazing, we really hope you can
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Registration for this event closed on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 06:00 PM.