Nautical Nights Speaker Series: Vickie Jensen (“Deep, Dark & Dangerous”)
March 24 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm$10.00
Nautical Nights are here! This winter, join the Maritime Museum of BC in-person and online for nights of riveting nautical stories, histories, and discussion.
This month’s speaker: Vickie Jensen
In-person at 744 Douglas Street: $10 + GST
Zoom: $8 + GST
“Deep, Dark & Dangerous”: BC’s Undersea Tech Industry
About the Speaker – Vickie Jensen
Vickie Jensen has built her writing career around the importance of documenting and celebrating work. As editor of Westcoast Mariner magazine she travelled on coastal tugs, charter yachts, dredges, ferries and water taxis for nearly four years, interviewing skippers, crews and owners about maritime life. She is the author of Saltwater Women at Work and Working These Waters, and coauthor of the children’s book Build Your Own Underwater Robot and Other Wet Projects. For three decades, she and her husband Jay Powell have also worked with First Nations elders to produce more than thirty schoolbooks, documenting a variety of Native languages spoken on the Northwest Coast. She lives in Vancouver, BC.
This event will occur simultaneously in-person and via Zoom. As the in-person portion is an indoor event, as of September 13th the provincial government has mandated that the Maritime Museum of BC will require proof of vaccination.
By September 13, you must be partially vaccinated.
You’re partially vaccinated with 1 dose.
By October 24, you must be fully vaccinated.
You’re fully vaccinated 7 days after dose 2.
We ask those unable to provide this information to join us on Zoom.