The 'Save Our Seine' organization (SOS) is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2015! To mark this important milestone, SOS is running a series of educational and recreational events and activities highlighting the natural, cultural, and historical features found along the length of the Seine River greenway from the city limits / floodway to the mouth of the river where it enters the Red River. I am honoured to be the first presenter at this series of talks. I will be presenting some of my images made along the Seine River this coming Wednesday evening - EARTH DAY - at the St. Boniface Library (55 Provencher Blvd) in Winnipeg, starting at 7 PM.
CTV recently featured me on a segment of 'Manitoba Moments'. The interview was conducted in one of my favorite Winnipeg locations, the Seine River Forest. The segment aired on Wednesday, May 30th. If you missed it 'live', the segment is now posted on the CTV website.
Over the years, I have donated prints for fundraising efforts to a variety of non-profit organizations. Recently, I made two such contributions.
I donated 'Prairie Crocus At Sunset' to the CNIB (Canadian National Institute for the Blind) for their 12th Annual Eye on the Arts Benefit Art Auction which was held on March 17 at the Winnipeg Convention Centre. Proceeds are used to help Manitobans living with vision loss.