NLT Gala 2018

par NLT

  • mercredi, 24 octobre 2018 de 5:30 Après-midi à 9:00 Après-midi (HAE)
  • Best Western Cobourg Inn and Convention Centre 930 Burnham St, Cobourg, ON K9A 5A4

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Join the Northumberland Land Trust and bring your friends to the GALA FUNDRAISING DINNER to be held on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24TH  AT 5:30 P.M. at the BEST WESTERN COBOURG INN AND CONVENTION CENTRE, 930 BURNHAM ST, COBOURG, ONTARIO.

Join in the Live Auction & the Silent Auction.The Guest Speaker for the evening will be Adam Shoalts. Adam is one of Canada's greatest living explorers!  He is an historian, archaeologist, geographer and explorer-in-residence of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. Adam will entertain us with pictures and stories of his 4,000 km solo journey across Canada’s North that he completed in 2017.                                                                        

The Northumberland Land Trust will use the proceeds of the evening to support stewardship and land acquisition activities.

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Détails

Tickets are $85. As well as an exceptional meal you will receive an income tax receipt for $45.

To purchase tickets online see above or visit nltrust.ca or phone 905 342 3851 or email gala@nltrust.ca

Special offer available to only six attendees:

Reserve a seat at Adam Shoalt’s table for $150 and receive an exceptional meal and a tax receipt for $110.

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Best Western Cobourg Inn and Convention Centre
930 Burnham St, Cobourg, ON K9A 5A4

24 octobre 2018
mercredi, 24 octobre 2018 5:30 Après-midi (HAE)

Organisateur

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Northumberland Land Trust
Box 1153
Cobourg , ON
K9A 5A4

À propos de cet organisme

Our Mission: The Northumberland Land Trust is committed to preserving the natural, historical and cultural heritage of Northumberland County. Our mandate is to establish, maintain and manage protected areas. As a charity, the Land Trust can...accept donations of land; fundraise to secure and manage selected nature reserves; enter into conservation agreements for the permanent protection of natural landscapes, forests, farms and waterways; provide public education and information on land conservation tools. The Land Trust is governed by a volunteer board of directors representing a cross section of the community including landowners, farmers, business people and professionals.