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VIMFF @ UBC: UBC Ski Night · Wednesday, February 27th

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Organized by: Lianne Mcradu.

Start: Wednesday, Feb. 27th, 6:31 pm

Description:

Come join us for our third annual year being a part of the Vancouver International Film Festival! All proceeds raised will be going towards local causes the club supports such as Avalanche Canada, Search and Resscue, and the Neil Mackenize Grant. Get your tickets NOW.

FILMS   |   Entre Les Lignes     Children of the Columbia   |   Ski Photographer   |   Choose Your Own Adventure

 

KEY NOTE SPEAKER: Explore the Sea-to-Sky Backcountry with Matt Gunn

Matt Gunn

Is your favourite alpine lake a zoo? Have the hoards found your secret powder stash? Wilderness recreation is exploding in the South Coast and people are struggling to adapt. Matt will share an optimistic view of this reality. It’s not that hard to escape the crowds and find adventure if you know where to look, and that person who just scooped your ski line probably has more in common with you than not. How can we, as individuals and a community, evolve to thrive in this new context? 

Posted: 2019-01-22 20:38:03
Last modified: 2019-02-15 11:18:09