If you have ever stopped and admired the natural beauty that surrounds us here on the northern half of the Saanich Peninsula then please consider the following … there are …
- more than 15 organizations, big and small, working to preserve and enhance these spaces;
- four First Nations who have called this place home for centuries;
- five government entities having some level of responsibility;
- more than 50,000 citizens living here;
- millions of people pass through here every year ….
NOVEMBER 10, 2018 Mary Winspear Centre
Its imperative that everybody works hard together to preserve, restore and enhance the natural habitat and environment of the Peninsula!
The inaugural Sidney Summit is a gathering of people:
- To talk about our shared natural space;
- To introduce ourselves and each other to local groups determined to make a difference;
- To compare notes on successes and failures in habitat and environmental advocacy;
- To educate each other and those responsible on best practices to protect nature;
- To deliver an identifiable outcome, an expression of the will to do better by everybody.
On November 9th, Summit @School engages the students at Parklands Secondary School. Please join us onNovember 10th for the Sidney Summit at Mary Winspear Centre, to talk, learn and participate in changing the conversation. Everyone is welcome! Day Pass for all is $25.00. Supper @The Summit, which includes a Day Pass, is $65.00. Tickets to attend are available in person at the Mary Winspear Box Office or on-line, www.MaryWinspear.ca
Advocacy organizations and government agencies showcase their efforts with demonstrations and displays.
SUPPER @THE SUMMIT
Stay for a long table dinner highlighting the delicious foods of the Saanich Peninsula. A gourmet meal of the region’s fine produce brought to the table by talented local chefs. An opportunity to keep the conversation going with a feast of local fare and great music