The Pacific Salmon Foundation and Sandbar Seafood Restaurant present “The Stamp Collection” – a salmon art charity auction.
The event will take place on Wednesday, March 2 at Sandbar Seafood Restaurant from 5:30 to 8:30pm.
Proceeds raised will support volunteer programs in British Columbia that address salmon conservation and habitat renewal.
Sandbar Restaurant will host a silent auction for high-quality lithograph reproductions of images by some of Canada’s most renowned wildlife artists: Curtis Atwater, Mark Hobson and Bill Munsie.
These illustrations have appeared for the last 23 years on the Salmon Conservation Stamp that every angler must buy in order to keep salmon caught in BC’s tidal waters. Each of the prints has been individually signed by the artists themselves. Mr. Munsie will be in attendance at the event to talk to the guests.
Tickets are $30 and include a ‘host’ drink and Ocean Wise™ salmon canapés. Please call the Foundation for reservations by February 22 at 604-664-7664, ext 100.
For more information about the Pacific Salmon Foundation, please visit www.psf.ca.
Also check out the lastest video from the Pacific Salmon Foundation below:
- Things that worked: Conservation stamps (theglobeandmail.com)
- Struggling with salmon farming and sustainability – Science Matters (thegreenpages.ca)
2 thoughts on “Salmon Art Charity Auction: “The Stamp Collection””
A salmon art auction. Now that’s a creative way to support a social cause!