People you know are helping protect Lake Huron!
If you love the Lake, please come and honour them.
Join us as we Toast the Coast and celebrate Lake Huron, and the accomplishments of our volunteers, donors, and sponsors. Enjoy the view of the lake while listening to a live jazz band and short talks on different perspectives and ways of interacting with the lake by a coastal scientist, an artist, and a First Nations community member. Immerse yourself in a coastal art exhibition, meet the artists, join the silent auction, win great prizes, and enjoy the music, hors d’oeuvres, and drinks. Most of all, celebrate the Lake and the people and organizations who work to keep it GREAT!
All proceeds will support important work done by LHCCC and its many volunteers!
Live Music by the Lifters Jazz Band
Cocktails by the lake
Coastal Art Exhibition
WORLD ROOTED COASTAL ART EXHIBIT
LHCCC has partnered with WorldRooted: the Art Project for People (WRAPP), a collective of artists celebrating conservation and humanitarian works through art. WorldRooted founder Bethany Ann Davidson is coordinating the coastal art exhibit that will feature 12 talented local artists.
All of the art work is themed around the word ‘Carried’, for all the things the Lake means to the artists. You can follow their journey at #carriedtothecoast and more information about the artists can be found at www.bethanyann.ca
Hitting Lake Bottom:
What do the underwater contours tell us about Lake Huron?
Patrick Donnelly, Coastal Science & Stewardship Advisor
Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation
Come along for an underwater exploration of the lake bottom of Lake Huron. Virtually tour the shallow shoals off Kettle Point or the deep canyons off Cape Hurd.
Carried to the Coast:
What does our response to Lake Huron tell us about ourselves?:
Bethany Ann Davidson, Artist & Founder
When we create art, we manifest the many dimensions of being human. One artist interprets her deep evocations of spirit to the beauty, the history, the essential nature of water.
Traditional Knowledge about “Nibi”
Aamjiwnaang First Nation
The shores of Lake Huron have been an important gathering place for First Nations for millennia. Join Lynn Rosales from Aamjiwnaang First Nation as she shares Traditional Knowledge about one of our most precious resources - water.
Beach Street Station Restaurant
Watch Lake Huron's world-renowned sunset from the beautifully restored historic Goderich train station
2 Beach Street
Tel: (519) 612-2212
We are pleased to bring you a sensational selection of products, experiences, and services that will be available to bid on at our Toast the Coast silent auction.
All proceeds will support lake-wide coastal conservation programs!
A huge thank you goes out to every individual and company for their donation.
If you would like to contribute an item to the auction please contact us.
Tickets are $60 each, including a charitable tax receipt in the amount of $30.
Each ticket includes access to a great lineup of speakers, live jazz music, a coastal art show, a cocktail, and hors d'oeuvres.
On sale now!
Click here to purchase online now!
Coastal Centre Office
76 Courthouse Square, Goderich
Beach Street Station
2 Beach Street, Goderich
Tickets are limited. Ticket sales end May 1st!
$60 ($30 charitable tax receipt)
THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS!
SILENT AUCTION ITEMS PROVIDED BY:
Beth, David, & Andy Ross
David Morrison & Monica Walker-Bolton
ISM Access Consulting Ltd.
J&J Auto Detailing & Design