Join SOI’s 15th Anniversary Arctic Expedition July 27 – August 10, 2015 click here for more information
The Students on Ice Antarctic Expedition is taking place December 25th, 2014 to January 8th, 2015. To learn more and follow the expedition through photos, videos and student journals visit the expedition website and follow journey updates on Facebook and Twitter.
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In this not to be missed event, James Raffan will share some stories and images from his new book Circling the Midnight Sun which documents his remarkable adventures as he follows the Arctic Circle through Scandinavia, Russia, Alaska, Greenland and Canada. Joining him will be renowned musician Ian Tamblyn who will contribute his own songs and stories of the north to the festivities. There will be great door prizes, and also books and cds available for purchase/signing.
Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for 18-under available online or by chance at door.
To buy tickets and for more info go to: http://www.redcanoes.ca/events/book-event.html
Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind evening of northern stories from two of Canada’s finest artists!
About the Book
“In Circling the Midnight Sun, James Raffan presents a warm-hearted, engaging portrait of the circumpolar world, but also a deeply affecting story of societies and landscapes in the throes of enormous change. Compelling and utterly original, this both an adventure story and a book that will transform the way we think about northerners and the north.”
“Circling the Midnight Sun gives voice to the most vulnerable, and resilient, residents of our planet“; J.R. McConvey; The Globe and Mail
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