Please join Elder Services of Cape Cod & the Islands’ Senior Environment Corps for the 2017 Winter Education & Film Series. These are all free events open to the public during February and March. The February talk and film are listed below. You are more than welcome to just walk in, but we encourage you to register with either Anita Lord (508-394-4630 x.523 /email@example.com) or Stefanie Paventy (508-968-5125 /firstname.lastname@example.org). For a complete list of events please visit http://www.escci.org/Forms/SECWinterTalkSchedule2017.pdf
“Off the Hook” featuring Alex Hay
Tuesday, February 21
1PM – 2PM
Wellfleet Preservation Hall, 335 Main St., Wellfleet, MA
Learn about aquaculture with Alex’s initiatives to protect and promulgate Cape seafood through responsible catch and harvesting. Sustainable aquaculture and the benefits of reef restoration explained. Post-presentation guided tour at Wellfleet Shellfish Co.
FILM: Chasing Ice
Wednesday, February 22
2PM – 4PM
Cape Cod Museum of Art – D’Allesandro Auditorium, 60 Hope Lane, Dennis, MA
James Balog, renowned photographer, gathers evidence of our changing world. Conceiving the Extreme Ice Survey, Balog captures physical proof that Earth’s glaciers are receding at extreme rates through time-lapse imagery. Battling the elements and risking lives, Balog and his team are determined to provide evidence and give hope to our world. A 45-minute guided tour of the art exhibits to follow the film and discussion.