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BTC Film Series Presents The Long Today & The Last Guide — May 31 at 7 pm

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May 14th, 2023
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Blue Mountain Watershed Trust’s ever popular Be The Change  Film Series continues with a double feature-The Long Today & The Last Guide.

When filmmaker Niobe Thompson’s father turned 70 he found a ‘river’ on a map, repaired one of his old wood canoes, and invited his family to help him celebrate The Long Today.

Meet Frank Kuiack, The Last Guide in Algonquin Park. Kuiack carries a lifetime of stories and wisdom about Algonquin. His magnetic personality, skills on the water and knowledge of the park’s intricate lakes and trails has inspired two novels.

Kuiack’s niece, Sharleen, has shown a unique ability to go toe-to-toe with Frank on the water but, despite her ability and love for her uncle, she remains unsure how to carry on his legacy or whether she wants to become the next “Last Guide.”

Date/Time:  Wed. May 31st, 2023.  7:00 PM.
Location:  Simcoe Street Theatre, Collingwood
Tickets-$12/Adult, Students $7

Special thanks to our featured sponsor, The Complete Paddler one of Canada’s largest canoe, paddleboard, kayak and camping equipment and accessories retailer.  Located in Toronto, they also offer lessons and rental equipment.

Our featured guest speaker is Jennie, co-owner of Free Spirit Tours.  Free Spirit Tours has been creating unforgettable adventures in the South Georgian Bay area for 25 years.

Our last 4 BTC films have all SOLD OUT so please buy your tickets HERE

Special Note to our Sponsors:  Please reserve your tickets HERE

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