Sunshine Coast June 4-10 2023
DIVE IN | EXPLORE | CONNECT
Free film screenings and citizen science events
The Soul of the Fraser
Free Film screening with filmmaker Q&A. Sunday, June 4, 2pm, Ravens Cry Theatre, Sechelt.
Sunshine Coast Friends of Forage Fish
Thursday, June 8, 3-5pm. Friendship Park, Sechelt. Citizen science in action.
Thursday June 8, 7:30pm. Roberts Creek Hall. Film. Join us on World Oceans Day for a celebration of the conservation and restoration work in Howe Sound.
Herring curtain demonstration
Friday, June 9, 10am. Mission Park, Davis Bay. Citizen science in action.
Join the 2023 Nemo talks
The Nemo talks are online presentations and discussions
Register at Eventbrite to receive Zoom links via email.
Cetaceans of the Salish Sea
Monday June 5, 12-1pm. A deeper dive in to the lives of Salish Sea Cetaceans.
Forage Fish and Chinook Salmon
Tuesday June 6, 12-1pm. An introduction to key prey of Chinook and Coho salmon.
Eelgrass and Beyond
Wednesday June 7, 12-1pm. Protecting Resilient Estuaries on the Sunshine Coast.
Tracking Dungeness Crab Across the Salish Sea
Thursday June 8, 12-1pm. Community science for crabs.
Friday, June 9, 12-1pm. Lee-Ann Ennis tells her inspiring story of cultivating kelp for fish habitat and restoration projects.
We’ve gathered a group of short films to share the wonder of our marine environment and our interactions with it. All of the shorts are available for public viewing.
Watch these films online! Some of the films are only available during the festival, but may be found elsewhere.