Environmentalist to share his views on the world

David Suzuki, one of Canada’s long-time leading environmentalists will be sharing his thoughts on the world today when he makes a stop in Kelowna as part of his cross-Canada speaking tour on March 31, 7:30 p.m., at the Kelowna Community Theatre.

One of Canada’s long-time leading environmentalists will be sharing his thoughts on the world today when he makes a stop in Kelowna as part of his cross-Canada speaking tour on March 31, 7:30 p.m., at the Kelowna Community Theatre.

Tickets are $65/person for the evening, which will include free food samples, entertainment by a live band and an autograph session for Suzuki’s new book. Tickets are available at Choices Markets 1937 Harvey Ave.; Mosaic Books, 411 Bernard Ave.; and Leo’s Videos 2680 Pandosy St.

For further information about tickets, email   info@green-globe.ca or call: 250-863-1300

Suzuki’s appearance is co-sponsored by  green-globe.ca and Astral Media.

 

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