Enjoy a cup of coffee on us and join our friendly informal book chat. This month is all about natural history and environmental reads. Local treasure, Tina Kelly, from the Shaw Centre for the Salish Sea will be with us.
Tina Kelly is the Director of Learning & Communications at the Shaw Centre for the Salish Sea and author of Going Green, a bimonthly column in Seaside Magazine. She graduated from the University of Victoria and has worked as a marine research assistant and environmental educator in four countries — Canada, U.S., Australia and New Zealand. Curiosity, literacy, sustainability and conservation guide her in life and work.
No registration required. Everyone welcome.
Thanks to our friends at Thrifty Foods for providing baked goods.
*Please consider bringing your own mug to reduce waste.