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January 2021

Nautical Nights Speaker Series: Don Gordon (Citizen Science and the Salish Sea)

January 21 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
$5.00

Nautical Nights are back! This spring, join the MMBC online for nights of riveting nautical stories, histories, and discussion.   This month's speaker: Don Gordon Purchase your ticket here!   Talk Summary: Citizen Science and the Salish Sea Explore the role that volunteers are playing in increasing our understanding of the marine environment. About the Speaker Don Gordon is an amateur marine naturalist and scuba diver who has conducted more than one thousand underwater surveys of fish and invertebrates in…

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February 2021

Tea & Talks: Coastal Steamship Service

February 4 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
$5

The Maritime Museum of BC has gone virtual with many of our public programs! For our Tea & Talks, museum volunteers, archival staff, and educators present unique artifacts from our collection, surrounded by discussions of maritime history and other seaworthy topics – all over a cup of tea and refreshments. With our virtual shift, we’re still providing the talk, but the tea and refreshments will be from the comfort of your own home Join us for a program LIVE using…

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Nautical Nights Speaker Series: Colin Angus (Autonomous Boats: Open Ocean Robotics)

February 18 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
$5.00

Nautical Nights are back! This fall, join the MMBC online for nights of riveting nautical stories, histories, and discussion.   This month's speaker: Colin Angus Purchase your ticket here!   Talk Summary: Autonomous Boats: Open Ocean Robotics With much of our oceans still unexplored, unmapped and unobserved, collection better data in a manner that is safe, affordable and effective is critically important. Colin knows just how treacherous being on the open ocean in a small boat can be and has…

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March 2021

Tea & Talks: Cooking with Baker

March 4 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
$5

The Maritime Museum of BC has gone virtual with many of our public programs! For our Tea & Talks, museum volunteers, archival staff, and educators present unique artifacts from our collection, surrounded by discussions of maritime history and other seaworthy topics – all over a cup of tea and refreshments. With our virtual shift, we’re still providing the talk, but the tea and refreshments will be from the comfort of your own home Join us for a program LIVE using…

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Nautical Nights Speaker Series: Bert terHart (Seaburban Around Alone)

March 18 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
$5.00

Nautical Nights are back! This fall, join the MMBC online for nights of riveting nautical stories, histories, and discussion.   This month's speaker: Bob McDonald Purchase your ticket here!   Talk Summary: The Impact of Climate Change on The Oceans The world ocean has been moderating the Earth's climate for billions of years, providing warm conditions for the dinosaurs and bringing us out of the frigid grip of ice ages. Today it is acting as a buffer by absorbing most…

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April 2021

Tea & Talks: Covered Lifeboats and the Culture of Safety

April 1 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
$5

The Maritime Museum of BC has gone virtual with many of our public programs! For our Tea & Talks, museum volunteers, archival staff, and educators present unique artifacts from our collection, surrounded by discussions of maritime history and other seaworthy topics – all over a cup of tea and refreshments. With our virtual shift, we’re still providing the talk, but the tea and refreshments will be from the comfort of your own home Join us for a program LIVE using…

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Nautical Nights Speaker Series: Bill Arnott (Gone Viking: A Travel Saga)

April 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
$5.00

Nautical Nights are back! This fall, join the MMBC online for nights of riveting nautical stories, histories, and discussion.   This month's speaker: Bill Arnott Purchase your ticket here!   Talk Summary: Gone Viking: A Travel Saga In this multimedia presentation, bestselling author Bill Arnott shares stories, reading, and photos from his trek around the northern hemisphere in the wake of Scandinavian explorers. Granted a Fellowship at London’s Royal Geographical Society following his expedition, Bill shares firsthand experiences from his…

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