[NatureNS] Blomidon Naturalists Society meeting: Mon. Apr. 15, 7:30 PM

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The regular monthly meeting of the Blomidon Naturalists Society will =20
take place Monday, April 15 at 7:30 PM in Room 421 of the Beveridge =20
Arts Centre at Acadia University. The meeting is open to the public.

The main presentation will be:

Images & Minerals: Adventures on the Fundy Shores by David and Chris =20
Sheppard. Fundy Rocks explores the Bay of Fundy and Minas Channel =20
shores to uncover beautiful minerals and to document the beauty of the =20=

majestic North Mountain that ends with Cape Blomidon and Cape Split =20
through scenic photography. We follow the footprints of Samuel de =20
Champlain, who first found amethyst here in the early 1600s and the =20
tales of the Mi=92maq whose legends tell us that the gems sought here =20=

were once the treasure trove of the Mighty Giant Glooscap.

Chris Sheppard: Chris is the driving force behind Fundy Rocks, created =20=

in 2011 to promote hiking, rock collecting and outdoor photography. =20
Chris is a classically trained actor who graduated from Acadia =20
University and from Circle in the Square in New York City. He has been =20=

a professional pastry designer and chef at a fine dining establishment =20=

in Halifax, and now counsels and instructs adults with intellectual =20
disabilities at Flower Cart in New Minas.   Four years ago, after =20
returning to his home town of Wolfville, he began hiking, then =20
rockhounding and now is emerging as a photographic artist, combining =20
all three hobbies.  David E. Sheppard: David is a retired literature =20
teacher who taught at Horton High School for 36 years after graduating =20=

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