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Very few $15 tickets will be available at the door, from 6pm.
The Atrium Building: Event Entrance 1321 Blanshard St.
Join the GVCC for an engaging presentation with Charles Montgomery, author ofHappy City – Transforming our Lives through Urban Design. A very special event for the sixth of our TransForm Speaker Series. (Special thanks to the CRD and our many sponsors – see below).
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
7 pm (Doors 6:00)
The Atrium Building, 1321 Blanshard (event entrance), Victoria, BC
Program: Keynote presentation with Charles Montgomery; response panel moderated by CBC’s Khalil Akhtar; Happy City book signing (c/o Munro’s Books), plus delicious food & cash bar (from 8:30 to 10pm).
Tickets $15 at the door. For all those who purchased advance tickets, we will keep a list of ticket buyers at the door and send you a reminder email.
Charles Montgomery BIO Charles Montgomery is an author, urbanist and leader of transformative conversations about wellbeing in cities. His award-winning book, Happy City, examines the intersection between urban design and the emerging science of happiness. Collaborating with the Guggenheim Museum and other entities, Montgomery has created experiments and design methods that help participants alter their relationships with their cities, and with each other. Among his numerous awards is a Citation of Merit from the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society for outstanding contribution towards understanding of climate change science. www.thehappycity.com
This event made possible by our many generous community sponsors and supporters: Capital Regional District (CRD) | St. Michaels University School | Dockside Green | Jawl Properties | City of Victoria | District of Saanich | Downtown Victoria Business Association | D’Ambrosio Architecture + Urbanism | CitySpaces | Abstract Developments | Greater Victoria PlaceMaking Network | District of Oak Bay | BikeMaps.Org |
The GVCC is a volunteer organization in Victoria, BC, Canada dedicated to getting more people cycling more places, more often. We focus on advocacy, promotion, participation and education.