Acadia Ideas Lesson from Fish that live in trees
Tuesday November 26, 2019  6pm - 7:45pm (1 Hour 45 Minutes)
Lecture / Seminar Workshop / Class Wheelchair Accessible Aged 19+

“Lessons on climate warming from fish that live in trees” by Dr. Suzie Currie Professor of Biology and Dean, Pure and Applied Science Acadia University Believe it or not, there are over 300 species of air-breathing fishes. These amphibious animals can shed light on our evolution and the perils of climate warming in marine and freshwater environments.
Time: 6-6:30 Social 6:30 – 7:45 or so Talk and questions Discussion will continue for those that wish to stay on for Tuesday Night music or a common table meal
Admission: $10 includes beer-wine or cocktail

This is fourth season of lectures presented by faculty at Acadia University. Seating will be limited and cannot be guaranteed so come early. In the event of inclement weather please phone the pub to determine any cancellation.


The Port Pub
90 Terry's Creek Road
Port Williams, Nova Scotia
(902) 542-5555

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The Port Pub (902) 542-5555 90 Terry's Creek Road Port Williams, Nova Scotia B0P 1T0