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Mon, Feb 25, 2019, 7:30, The Cinematheque

Beautiful British Columbia

Adventure, Canadian, Mountain Culture

Presented by Rocky Mountain Books

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David Crerar guides us through the mountains of North Vancouver plus films that showcase the beauty & mountain culture of British Columbia.

Date, Time & Location:

Mon, Feb 25, 2019, The Cinematheque
Evening – Doors 7:00pm Show 7:30pm

Speakers

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David Crerar

Author David Crerar will present stories from his book, "The Glorious Mountains of Vancouver’s North Shore: a Peak Bagger’s Guide" (RMB: Rocky Mountain Books). Few Vancouverites know of the natural beauty and adventure that lies within them, or even their names and history. David will discuss some of the history and secrets of the peaks, including Indigenous names, cultural significance, and uses; logging and mining; watersheds and waterfalls; old growth trees; plane crashes; cached whisky; first ascents; name origins; plants; mushrooms; wildlife; and, above all, fun and adventure.​

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Harry Crerar

Authors David Crerar, Harry Crerar & Bill Maurer, will present stories from their book, "The Glorious Mountains of Vancouver’s North Shore: a Peak Bagger’s Guide" (RMB: Rocky Mountain Books). Few Vancouverites know of the natural beauty and adventure that lies within them, or even their names and history. They will discuss some of the history and secrets of the peaks, including Indigenous names, cultural significance, and uses; logging and mining; watersheds and waterfalls; old growth trees; plane crashes; cached whisky; first ascents; name origins; plants; mushrooms; wildlife; and, above all, fun and adventure.​

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Bill Maurer

Authors David Crerar, Harry Crerar & Bill Maurer, will present stories from their book, "The Glorious Mountains of Vancouver’s North Shore: a Peak Bagger’s Guide" (RMB: Rocky Mountain Books). Few Vancouverites know of the natural beauty and adventure that lies within them, or even their names and history. They will discuss some of the history and secrets of the peaks, including Indigenous names, cultural significance, and uses; logging and mining; watersheds and waterfalls; old growth trees; plane crashes; cached whisky; first ascents; name origins; plants; mushrooms; wildlife; and, above all, fun and adventure.​

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Films

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Echoes Across Seymour

Outdoorsman Alex Douglas has spent the past 40 years single handedly preserving the disappearing memory of the pioneers of Mt.Seymour, hoping to inspire a new generation to appreciate the mountain he calls home.

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In The Valley Of Wild Horses

Every summer in the interior of British Columbia, Canada, the community of Xeni Gwet'in travels 200-km by horse and wagon from their home in Nemiah Valley to the famous Williams Lake stampede.

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Way Of The Hunter

Deep in the Great Bear Rainforest, against the backdrop of British Columbia’s breathtaking wilderness, a former hunter comes to terms with his past and looks with hope towards the future.

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Venue Map

THE CINEMATHEQUE

1131 Howe St, Vancouver, BC | (604) 688-8202