A Brush With Nature

par NORTHWEST WILDLIFE PRESERVATION SOCIETY

  • jeudi, 09 novembre 2017 de 5:00 Après-midi à 7:30 Après-midi (HNP)
  • Robert Bateman Centre 470 Belleville Street, Victoria, BC V8V1W9

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An evening of art, education and philanthropy, A Brush with Nature is a celebration of wildlife preservation featuring guest speaker Robert Bateman!

Come celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society on November 9 at this licensed (19+ only) and catered fundraising event full of beautiful nature-inspired art and other wildlife education experiences. 

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An evening of art, education and philanthropy, A Brush with Nature is a celebration of wildlife preservation featuring guest speaker Robert Bateman!

Guests are invited to an after-hours exploration of the Robert Bateman Centre art gallery featuring works by world-renowned Canadian nature artist Robert Bateman. Sip on beverages by local wineries and craft brewers, and nibble on delicious hors d’oeuvres as you tour the facility, stopping by NWPS’s wildlife tables full of exciting biofacts for you to interact with. Take an up close and personal look at biofacts like mounted raptors (not live), turtle shells and caribou antlers to learn about the fascinating wildlife of British Columbia from our very own biologists who have worked with animals around the world.

Join us in the Steamship Terminal on Victoria’s beautiful Inner Harbour on November 9th to engage with like-minded philanthropists dedicated to ensuring wildlife is preserved for its own intrinsic value and for the benefit of all.  Hear Mr. Robert Bateman himself discuss the magic of nature and his inspiration for spreading this message through art.

Bid on a range of items at the silent auction generously donated by businesses in the community.

All funds raised support NWPS’s wildlife education programs and environmental stewardship projects.

All this and more!

Learn more at northwestwildlife.com/about/a-brush-with-nature/

WHO CAN COME

As this is a licensed event all guests must be aged 19+. ID will be checked at the door and no one under age will be permitted entry. 

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST

Tickets are $75.

NWPS members receive 10% off admission (valid membership for all member-priced ticket-holders will be checked at door).

This is a licensed event. All guests must be 19+. All tickets are non-refundable. 

WHAT YOU GET

Tickets entitle each guest to entry into the gallery and event, hors d'oeuvres, and a selection of local beers and wines thanks to our generous sponsors. 

WHEN

November 9th, 2017 from 5:00 PM – 7:30 PM

WHERE

The Robert Bateman Centre: 470 Belleville St, Victoria, BC V8V 1W9

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Robert Bateman Centre
470 Belleville Street, Victoria, BC V8V1W9

9 novembre 2017
jeudi, 9 novembre 2017 5:00 Après-midi (HNP)

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We still have a few volunteer spots left. If you want to help out at this event, please get in touch asap!


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Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society
720-1190 Melville Street
Vancouver , BC
V6E 3W1

À propos de cet organisme

Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society is a registered Canadian charity (BN13302 9140 RR0001) and BC Society (S-22507) with offices in Vancouver and Victoria serving communities throughout British Columbia and beyond. Since 1987 NWPS has been preserving wildlife in the Pacific northwest. The current mandate is Preservation Through Education. Through engaging education and stewardship programs, NWPS introduces British Columbians to the wonders of the natural world in order to encourage an enduring understanding of and appreciation for the importance of wildlife. The three main programs are Indoor Wildlife Workshops, Nature Walks & Workshops, and Youth Environmental Leadership programs. They are offered year-round and free of charge to inner-city school children and at-risk youth in low income areas to ensure marginalized kids are given an equal opportunity to understand their interconnected relationship with wildlife and the importance of protecting it.