Project Watershed Fundraiser
Art for the Estuary
View this years world class art at the Pearl Ellis Gallery May 12 – 31st
Upstairs Downstairs Gala Evening
May 23, 7-9pm at the Pearl Ellis Gallery and Lions Den
A ticketed event ($20pp) featuring:
A taste of the Estuary – local food and beverages
A live juried auction as well as a silent auction of the Keeping It Living art
Project Watershed news and information
Works of art featured online at: projectwatershed.ca/keeping-living-2015-gallery/
Online bidding is now open at: projectwatershed.ca/keeping-living-2015-auction/
This is your chance to get great value on an original local artwork and help mitigate climate change.
Minimum bid starts at half price!
2015 Sponsorship Print “Stillness”
by Internationally Renowned Northwest Coast Artist
Limited edition prints
For sale online at projectwatershed.ca/keeping-living-2015-auction/
With your support over the past five years we have attracted over $500,000 in grant money.
This has allowed us to embark on local, national and internationally significant projects such as Blue Carbon research and restoration. As we are a small non profit these major undertakings require long term commitment and support from our community. Your contributions help us protect and restore our estuary and establish protocols for other estuaries worldwide.
For Earth Day this year Project Watershed is celebrating two of its highly anticipated mapping products: the K’omoks Estuary Interactive Map and the Walking the Watersheds Map Booklet 10am to 2pm on Saturday, April 25th at the Vancouver Island Visitor’s Centre. The Comox Valley Cycling Map and the newly created Comox Valley Map Directory will also be featured. Kids, adults, the young at heart – there will be something for everyone from interactive activities to door prizes. Door prizes include a limited edition Keeping it Living print, a Broken Spoke Gift Card, a Walking the Watersheds Map Booklet and a Cycling Map.
Limited Edition Prints – $100