Calling All Nature Inspired Artists!

HAT is looking for nature inspired art to hang in our new 'gallery-like' office space.

Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a photo of your work!

 

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               © Steven C Armstrong


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Join us for our Open House

Come help us 'warm' our brand new office space with refreshments and good company.

January 19th 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm

827 Broughton Street (Map)

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We're located between the Royal Theatre and the YMCA-YWCA, just across from the Black Press news building.

See our slide show of HAT's best Nature photos from 2010!

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Happy Holidays

From all of us at HAT to all of you, we wish you a happy holiday season.

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Looking for a last minute present or stocking stuffer?  Consider a square meter of Mary Lake - http://www.savemarylake.com/squaremetre/index.php

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New Office

HAT is moving offices!  Our new space is in the historic Mellor Building at 827 Broughton St.  HAT will be vacating our current space in the (also historic) Central Building on Dec 20th, and will re-open for business at our new location on Jan 4th, 2011.

If you’d like to get a hold of us, or your Christmas donations off in the meantime, please just phone us first.  If our main line at 250 995-2428 is not working, just try our mobile number at 250 812-7467.

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Thank you to the Nature Conservancy of Canada, who own the Mellor Building, for making this space possible for us.

The HAT Team

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Free Presentation and AGM - Dec 15

Please join HAT for a free presentation and AGM on Wednesday, December 15th at the Swan Lake Nature House at 7:00 pm.

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After a brief (we promise!) Annual General Meeting, David Fraser, MSc, RPBio, will guide us through BC's current and future conservation challenges in his presentation Wall Lizards to Wolverines. David is the current A/ Director of the Conservation Data Centre, and the Species at Risk Specialist for the Ministry of Environment, and one of the principles authors of the Conservation Framework for B.C.

Entry is free.  If you are not a current member, we encourage to join or renew your membership at the door.

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