As part of a continuing collaboration between Green College, UBC, and The Global Civic Policy Society directed by former mayor of Vancouver Sam Sullivan, the College is offering UBC students a limited number of complimentary tickets (reg. $12/15) to the next Public Salon on May 4, 2011.
The program features actor and branding strategist Kahlil Ashanti, restaurant entrepreneur Mark Brand, urban land economist Michael Goldberg, director of the UBC School of Community and Regional Planning Penny Gurstein, president of Vancouver Community College Kathy Kinloch, former producer of 60 Minutes Peter Klein, impresario of Music on Main David Pay, Canadian Sport Centre Pacific CEO Wendy Pattenden, head of the Sustainability Centre at UBC John Robinson, and Early Childhood Medical researcher Clara Van Karnebeek.
Date: May 4
Time: 7:30 – 9 p.m.
Place: Vancouver Playhouse Theatre, corner of Hamilton and Dunsmuir
Info: Complimentary tickets first-come, first-serve (max. two per request).
Tickets can also be purchased for $12/$15: www.globalcivic.org