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Summer 2018 Events Calendar

We are pleased to announce that the Summer 2018 Natural History Events Calendar is now available! Join us in learning with experts passionate in the areas of marine biology, paleontology, geology, conservation, and ornithology. The Exhibit’s Summer hours of operation begin Tuesday, July…

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Local Climate Change Presentation with Dr. Richard Hebda

A very special speaker will be joining us at the Hornby Island Community Hall on June 1st. Long time BC climate researcher Dr. Richard Hebda will give a presentation called “Climate Change, Ecosystems, and Adaptation for the Future of Hornby…

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Plant Propagation at Helliwell

The Natural History Centre has been assisting with a plant propagation project at Helliwell Park. Last spring, the stewards each grew a variety of native plant species at their homes for the project. Finally, the time came to plant them…

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Speaker Series – “Life in a Raindrop and Beyond”

August 13: Neville Winchester, “Life in a Raindrop and Beyond: From Microarthropods to Grizzly Bears: A Celebration of Biodiversity” Journey into one of the last great wilderness areas on our planet — the enchanted Great Bear Rainforest of British Columbia —…

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Speaker Series – “Water Issues on Hornby”

July 30th: John Cox, “Water Issues on Hornby – how can a geologist help?” Join us at the Hornby Island Community School Library for a talk with John Cox, back by popular demand. John will present an overview of previous…

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Speaker Series – Weather and Climate Change

July 23: Ed Wiebe, “The Vancouver Island School-based Weather Station Network and Climate Change” Join us at the Hornby Island Community School Library for this dynamic and fun presentation, suitable for all ages. Admission by donation ($5 suggested). Presentation begins at 2:00 pm. (Enter through…

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Big Tribune Shoreline Cleanup

On June 17th, we held a shoreline cleanup at Big Tribune Bay Beach with the Hornby School.  Students, parents, school staff, and volunteers combed through the driftwood, seaweed, and bushes for debris. It was a cool lovely morning at the beach after a morning rain…

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