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There Is No Plan(et) B: Climate change and our evolving legacy
May 22, 2019to June 19, 2019
This is the third lecture series in Third Age Learning Lakehead (TALL), a partnership between the Office of Community Engagement and Lifelong Learning (CELL) and the Third Age Network (TAN).  Subscriptions include all five lectures, and are $64 plus HST.  Attendees enjoy lectures, refreshments, and facilitated discussions. 
This series will take place on Wednesday mornings from May 22nd until June 19th, 9:30-11:30a.m., at St. Paul's Centre in Orillia.
Please check our website at www.lakeheadu.ca/tal for information on specific speakers and their topics as it becomes available.
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Women and Water: Stories, teachings, and song
June 19, 2019to June 19, 2019
Women and Water: Stories, teachings, and song
June 19th, 2019

St. Paul's Centre
7p.m.
 
According to local indigenous teachings, women are the keepers of the water.  We know, too, that water is central to all of us, and we share responsibility for it.
Three influential women - Kim Wheatley, Maude Barlow, and Coco Love Alcorn - are coming to Orillia to help us explore, embrace, and celebrate our relationships with water in the ways they know best: through stories, teachings, and song.
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Ontario Master Naturalist Program Summer Certificate Program (The Bruce)
July 13, 2019to July 20, 2019

Saturday, July 13th - Saturday July 20th
Red Bay Lodge, Bruce Peninsula

This program would cover the same breadth of modules as our Spring certificate program in Orillia, with material tailored to showcase the incredible nature of the Bruce!

Fee: $999 (plus HST)

What's included:

  • Approximately 40 hours of classroom and field-based instruction.
  • A waterproof notebook and pencil for field notes.
  • A x10 hand lens including a UV light and an Ontario Master Naturalist Program lanyard.
  • A package of course material pertaining to every module in the form of study notes, fact sheets, and other written information supporting the content of the module.
  • Seven nights accommodation at the Red Bay Lodge.
  • Continental breakfast on site each day.
  • Catered dinners on site Monday - Wednesday evenings.
    • Please note - the on-site restaurant will be open Thursday through Sunday, but participants would need to purchase their own meals independently, or arrange these through local food service providers.  Participants will arrange bagged lunches, and options will be discussed with registrants for group arrangements as well.
  • A connection to an incredible community of avid naturalists with a keen interest in learning.
Cancellation Policy: In the case of cancellation, we will offer a refund up to three weeks prior to the start of the program. An administration fee of $50 will apply.
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