When 22 days to go June 12, 2024 at 7:00pm 2 hrs
Where In-Person & Virtual

AGM - Wednesday, June 12 at 7 pm

This year, the Annual General Meeting will be held in two formats: in-person and virtually via Zoom. Everyone is welcome to attend in person at Picton Library. We will also run the meeting simultaneously on Zoom. Right after the meeting, we will have a guest speaker who will present in person. Please follow the directions on our RSVP page to register for the meeting format of your choice.

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Guest Speaker - Annette Sandberg

Annette Sandberg is a passionate Naturalist, Conservationist, and Historian who grew up on the Niagara Escarpment, in the Town of the Blue Mountains, Grey County, ON and now resides in Collingwood, ON.
As a child, Annette wondered about the fossils and unique ecosystems that she had discovered and developed a deep relationship with on the land she called home. As an adult, her understanding and knowledge about the connection between humans and the natural world comes to life through her storytelling on the UNESCO World Biosphere Niagara Escarpment's formation and the ancient fossils that reveal its incredible history. 

Annette is a Global Probus speaker and writer on Earth's Evolution, and the Indigenous and Early European Immigration history in Ontario. Annette is also the Hike Director for the Blue Mountain Bruce Trail Club - the oldest and longest footpath in Canada, a Certified Hike Leader with Hike Ontario, and the Director of Education and Indigenous Relations with the Escarpment Corridor Alliance - an Environmental conservation charity protecting the Niagara Escarpment of South Georgian Bay.

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