Sam Sullivan’s Public Salon: Inspiring Ideas

Always a very cool event.

Green College and the Global Civic Society Present:
Sam Sullivan’s Public Salon: Inspiring Ideas
Wednesday, November 7, 2012, 7:30-9 pm
The Vancouver Playhouse Theatre (600 Hamilton Street)

Former Vancouver Mayor, Sam Sullivan, hosts a season of salons every year featuring short presentations by Vancouver’s leaders and thinkers on ideas they think you should know about. Mr. Sullivan’s goal is to present a cross-section of the most interesting people in Vancouver and the ideas they have about our city. These outstanding individuals will speak for seven minutes each on subjects they are passionate about. What’s in store for November 7?

Mark Vessey, Principal, Green College
Peg Fong, Toronto Star
Wayne Hartrick, Men’s Health
Marjan Jamsaz, Silent Scream for Iran
Steven Pratt, Director CBC Radio 3
Jim Crescenzo and Walter Mustapich, Boys Club Network
Roger Shick, Chronic Pain Physician
Alan Twigg, BC Bookworld
Please join us and enjoy a fast-paced evening of ideas and experiences from people who are making a difference in our community. Green College is offering a limited number of complimentary tickets to the UBC community. Contact to secure your ticket. Regular tickets are $16 online or $20 at the door. Online purchases can be made at Tickets Tonight (604-684-2787).
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