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Christmas Gift Idea: HAT's Gala Dinner
Created: Tuesday, 22 December 2009 09:11
Join us for a Gala Dinner at the historic McMorran's Beach House on February 25th at 7:00 pm. Highlights for the evening will include special guest speaker Ben Parfitt, award-winning environmental journalist and author, McMorran’s buffet dinner, and silent auction.
Remember, it’s a Green Tie event. Tickets are $60 for members, $70 for non-members. Contact the HAT Office to reserve yours today.
Join us for a Gala Dinner at the historic McMorran's Beach House on February 25th at 7:00 pm. Highlights for the evening will include special guest speaker Ben Parfitt, award-winning environmental journalist and author, McMorran's buffet dinner, and silent auction.
The Victoria-based Habitat Acquisition Trust (HAT) will host an award ceremony, a special guest speaker, live dinner music, and a silent auction at a gala dinner on Thursday February 25, 2010.
Ninety people will attend the green tie event to be held at McMorran’s Beach House at 5109 Cordova Bay Road.
The gala event will include:
special guest speaker Ben Parfitt, award-winning environmental journalist and author of many books, including “Forest Follies” and “Forestoptia.”
a sumptuous meal including local seafood and vegetarian delights.
a silent auction of including tantalizing combined items.
Annual Report and AGM Reminder
Created: Thursday, 03 December 2009 14:02
HAT's 2008-2009 Annual Report is now available for download. It includes many highlights from the year, and hint of what's coming up next year.
Also remember to mark Wednesday, Dec 16th on your calendars as well. That night, HAT will host its Annual General Meeting at Swan Lake Nature Sanctuary.
HAT Annual General Meeting and Presentations
Created: Monday, 23 November 2009 10:51
Join us at Swan Lake for two exciting presentations by three HAT people. Judith Cullington and Jeremy Gye present "Treed Communities Today & Tomorrow", and HAT Land Care Co ordinator Todd Carnahan presents a photographic retrospective on HAT's most amazing moments in 2009. We promise photos of baby turtles, gardening kindergartens, wolf cubs protecting salmon, outreach highlights, and more stories about painted turtles.
Be a part of HAT's Annual General Meeting at 7pm Wednesday, Dec 16 in the Swan Lake Nature House.
Fall HAT Chat Newsletter - Now Online
Created: Wednesday, 30 September 2009 13:55
The Fall 2009 HAT Chat is now available for download. Read about Lasagna Gardening, Sharp-tailed Snakes, and the Millstream Good Neighbours Project.