Wildlife biologist and research scientist Dr. Brent Patterson will feed our collective interest in wolves and coyotes, the wild dogs of Ontario, when we gather on Saturday, October 26, for the 2019 Macnamara Club banquet. A leading expert on the status and ecology of wolves and coyotes across the province, Patterson will include in his talk the story of how earlier this year Canadian wolves were captured and air-dropped on Lake Superior’s Isle Royale National Park in Michigan as part of an effort to rebuild the dwindling wolf population and help control the moose population.
The banquet, which will include an original Michael Runtz quiz, will be held at the Sand Point Golf Club, 38 Golf Club Road, Braeside. Doors will open at 5:00 p.m. and dinner is at 6:00 p.m.
You’ll miss the fun if you don’t have a ticket!
Be prepared to buy your banquet tickets early
Tickets will not be available at the door.
As members of the public are also invited to attend, club members are encouraged to buy their tickets early. Early birds got theirs at our September meeting.
Tickets can be purchased online on our website or in person at the Arnprior Library. They will also be available at our October 1 meeting if not sold out by that date.
After your online purchase: your tickets will be waiting for you at the banquet or if you wish to make other arrangements, please contact banquet organizer Judy Seligy at 613-832-4287 or by email at email@example.com .
The ticket price of $40 per person applies up to midnight, October 23, and payment MUST be RECEIVED by the Club by that date. Tickets for children 11 and under are available at a special price of $20.
Proceeds from the banquet will go toward the club’s operating expenses, which include the maintenance of the Macnamara Trail. Help us to continue offering great monthly meetings with expert speakers, year-round field trips and special projects and activities.