Did you know light pollution can affect both human health, as well as nature? Artificial lighting can disrupt migratory patterns and affect the survival of both animals and plants.
Moreover, light pollution is not just limited to night-time hours. It can affect people in their workplaces during the day-time.
As with all problems, there are solutions. We will discuss some of the ways we can reduce the effect of light pollution and sky glow, leading to a healthier environment. The International Dark Sky Association, for example, aids the worldwide effort to reduce light pollution.
Choosing dark sky compliant lighting, and understanding LED and how it
differs from conventional lighting will be part of the conversation.
As owner of Global Environmental Lighting Services, Brian Bury has spent over
four decades in the lighting industry. A long-time member of the
International Dark Sky Association, Brian is also one of only a dozen Green
ambassadors in Canada, a past member of the Illuminating Engineering Society,
a board member of Creatively United for The Planet Society and a BC Hydro
Alliance Energy Professional. Brian designs and installs sustainable lighting
solutions for commercial clients, focusing on human-centric lighting and
Dinner @ 6:30 pm
Discussion @ 7:00 pm
The Bistro will feature a select menu, comprising a vegetarian meal (with
meat option), as well as a lighter fare. Please call 604-937-0998 to reserve
a meal and/or request gluten-free.
Come fragrance-free to network, socialize and learn new things. We would love
to meet you :)
Join Rick Glumac, MLA for Port Moody-Coquitlam, for snacks
and a firsthand update on what’s happening in the BC Legislature.
Give Rick your ideas on what you think needs to happen next!
Date: Thursday, November 16
Times: 6:30pm or 8:00pm
Place: Gallery Bistro, 2411 Clarke Street (at Queens Street), Port Moody
Limited seating - so please RSVP to my Constituency Office:
301 - 220 Brew Street, Port Moody, BC V3H 0H6
t: 604.417.0470 | email@example.com
OCT 28th concert is booked.
The next concert date with Al is Sat., December 9th ....call soon before these seats are all booked
The Gallery Bistro will be giving Djudju Hartono a special send-off this Sunday before he leaves for Toronto in November. Join us in celebrating the talents of one our Mon. Night Jazz Jam regulars - joined by Jean Tejkel, bass; Zoltan Kollar, drums; Jeremy Wong, vocals. A last chance to hear Juju playing some of his own compositions as well as jazz standards with his friends.
Doors: 6:30pm; music from 7:30-9:30pm
Cost: $10 at the door - concession open for food and drinks
Music characterized by infectious grooves, strong melodic motifs, extended improvisations and musical interplay, these 4 ARE professional
and not to be missed.
Hear tunes here: drummeister.com/tunes/