Thursday, 25 February 2016 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
People and the Bay, a story of Hamilton Harbour
Based on the book of the same name, People and The Bay, showcases a history of the relationship between the people of Hamilton, Ontario, and Hamilton Harbour (a.k.a. Burlington Bay). From the time of European settlement through to the city’s rise as an industrial power, townsfolk struggled with nature, and with one another, to champion their particular vision of “the bay” as a place to live, work and play. To learn more about the film and the book visit the Book Website. Abstract sourced from book website.
Details to come.
The Evening’s Itinerary:
7 pm – Bay Area Restoration Council
7:10 pm – Ken Cruickshank
8 pm – Short break
8:10 pm – People and The Bay documentary screening
Bay Area Restoration Council
The Bay Area Restoration Council (BARC) is a community not-for-profit group that assesses and promotes clean-up projects in Hamilton Harbour and its watershed. BARC works with all levels of government and the private sector to keep Harbour restoration issues at the forefront of community discussions and decision-making. BARC strives to create a multi-use Harbour that balances vibrant and diverse ecosystems with opportunities for public recreation and economic growth. For More information visit http://hamiltonharbour.ca/
McMaster University – http://www.mcmaster.ca/nature/
McMaster Outdoor Club – https://macadventurerec.ca/
- Ewart Angus Room 1A1 (Located By the Health Sciences Library)
- Health Sciences Centre, McMaster University
- 1280 Main Street W. Hamilton, Ontario L8S 4L8 CA –View Map