Unpave Paradise: The Past, Present and Future of Kus-kus-sum
November 30th
Doors Open 6:30pm
Presentations 7-8pm, Q&A after
Stan Hagen Theatre, North Island College

Kus-kus-what? Hopefully you have heard that something is happening with the large cemented area beside the 17th street bridge along the Courtenay River. But you may still have lots of questions such as: What is happening, Who is doing it, Why is it important? Are contaminated soils an issue? How are we going to raise $6.5 million dollars?

If you have questions like these, or just want to know more about the largest initiative that Project Watershed has ever embarked on, come to our November 30th Information Night at the Stan Hagen Theatre, North Island College. Doors open at 6:30pm and presentations start at 7pm.

Sharon Edwards, former CBC Radio Host, will emcee the evening. History, ecology and biology experts, including Scott Wallace from the David Suzuki Foundation, will speak about the site from their areas of expertise. After the presentations these experts will form a panel to answer questions from the audience.

Admission is by donation. While this is an information session Project Watershed will have volunteers ready to sign up members and volunteers and, of course, take donations.

Seating in the Stan Hagen Theatre is limited, please RSVP