CBC’s Bob McDonald at Hornby Hall Saturday

Join Bob McDonald, host of CBC Radio’s Quirks & Quarks at the Hornby Island Community Hall

On Saturday June 4, join Bob McDonald, host of CBC Radio’s Quirks & Quarks at the Hornby Island Community Hall as he relates the stories of Canadian spacewalkers, documented in his book “Canadian Spacewalkers: Hadfield, MacLean and Williams Remember the Ultimate High Adventure.”

Only three Canadians – Chris Hadfield, Steve MacLean and Dave Williams  – have ever stepped outside the international space station to get a new perspective on the planet Earth.

McDonald’s presentation begins at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:15.

The event is a fundraiser for the Hornby Island Natural History Centre, which offers events, programs, and a natural history collection to foster knowledge and appreciation of nature.

Refreshments and McDonald’s newest book Canadian Spacewalkers will be available for sale.

Tickets are $15, with a special advance ticket rate of two for $25.

Under 18 years are admitted free but must obtain a ticket. Tickets at the door subject to availability. For any inquiries, contact: hornby.naturalhistory@gmail.com  
For more information, visit: https://hornbynaturalhistory.com

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