Adventure Canada Events

Join us at these exciting upcoming events—presented by Adventure Canada and a wide range of our friends and partners! Come along for some wonderful events and talks—and enter to win a trip to Newfoundland! Details below.

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San Francisco Bay Travel and Adventure Show
Santa Clara Convention Center
5001 Great America Pkwy
Santa Clara, CA
February 17–18, 2018

The Collector’s Dilemma,  1 – 4:30 pm of Sunday, February 18 at the River Run Centre,

Join our art expert Heather Beecroft at this benefit event for Guelph Arts Council.

Learn how to start an art collection, and participate in silent and live auctions of fine art previously owned by local collectors. Heather Beecroft, Director of Beecroft Fine Arts, will discuss the joys and benefits of art collecting. This is a great opportunity to meet other art enthusiasts and grow your collection while supporting the arts in Guelph.

Ticket price includes complimentary glass of wine or beer and locally catered hors d’oeuvres.

Tickets $40, can be purchased online or by contacting the office at 519-836-3280, or

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Don Mills Camera Club: Images of the Arctic
Don Mills Library
888 Lawrence St. W.
Toronto, ON
February 22, 2018
Join David Newland at the Don Mills Camera Club for an informative photography presentation entitled Images of the Arctic.
Visit the club’s website or contact Alberto Bustos for more information.

Canadian Music Centre

20 St. Joseph St.,

Toronto, ON
February 23, 2018

 Join us in Toronto to celebrate Centrediscs’ multiple award-winning recording Currents of Sable Island with Associate Composer Scott Macmillan.

Come watch, listen, and experience the wild mysteries of Sable Island presented at the Canadian Music Centre (CMC), with Nova Scotia’s acclaimed Composer/Guitarist Scott Macmillan. Macmillan will take you on a journey to Canada’s newest National Park Reserve, Sable Island.
Admission: Free! Tickets: available here

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Toronto Outdoor Adventure and Travel Show
The International Centre
Hall 5
6900 Airport Rd
Mississauga, ON
February 23–25, 2018

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Los Angeles Travel and Adventure Show
Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 S Figueroa St
Los Angeles, CA
February 24–25, 2018

Adventure Canada & Slow Food at the March Hare
46 E 70th St.
New York, NY
February 28, 2018

Join us at the Explorer’s Club to learn about this new partnership and our joint voyage around Newfoundland, Canada this fall. This exclusive event will feature Slow Wines, regional Newfoundland foods, a tour of the famous Explorers Club, and a preview of the exciting plans for bringing food and travel together.

Following the reception, guests are invited to explore Newfoundland story and song with the greatly celebrated March Hare. You’ll have the opportunity to hear words and music from Newfoundland’s best and brightest storytellers, musicians, authors, and poets.

Photography Workshop with Dr. Scot Forsyth

March 3, 2018
Golden Circle Senior Resource Centre
4620 47A, Red Deer AB
2-5 PM
Out of the Northwest Passage 2016 - Day 12 - Community - 2 - PSCC - © Scott ForsythPhotographer Dr. Scott Forsyth will provide a workshop about his images of the wilderness and landscape which have brought him awards and acclaim. See what is behind the making of his images, often shot on location in challenging situations. A tundra hike; a ship exploring a remote fiord; a zodiac darting among icebergs: these are locations from which Scott has created some of his most dynamic and memorable photographs. Capturing fleeting moments, making the most of available light, and meticulous after-care are all part of Scott’s personal artistic process. Scott will share some of his images, tell the stories behind them, and explain how he combines opportunism, and artistry to make his finest works.
Adventure Canada expedition host David Newland
March 3, 2018
Golden Circle Senior Resource Centre
4620 47A, Red Deer AB
7-9 PM

The Northwest Passage in Story and Song is a musical and spoken-word performance of original songs inspired by the sights and sounds of the Canadian Arctic. Combining photography, storytelling, and live original songs, this performance conveys the emotional and spiritual impact of Arctic travel.

Featuring singer-songwriter David Newland and the photography of Scott Forsyth.
Facebook event

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ROM Speaks
The World of Vikings: History of Film
Royal Ontario Museum
100 Queens Park
Toronto, ON
March 6, 2018
Examine the challenges and successes involved in retelling stories from the ancient world for television audiences with the cast and crew of Vikings. Renowned researcher and television contributor Neil Price will lead a conversation on historical entertainment with those who are tasked with portraying real and fictional characters on a daily basis.
Click here for tickets and more information.