Annual General Meeting – Sunday, April 25, 1:30 p.m.

The Cortes Island Museum invites you to our Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held on Sunday, April 25, at 1:30 p.m. Due to COVID-19, the meeting will be via ZOOM.
Prior to the meeting please have a look at our 2020 Annual Report and 2020 Financial Statement and renew your membership.


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Topic: CIMAS AGM
Time: Apr 25, 2021 01:30 PM Vancouver

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Zoom with us on Sunday, April 25th at 1:30 p.m. for our AGM and a special presentation by Gordon Cyr, “The Amazing Mason Bee.”  Gordon and his family have been raising mason bees in Oyster River on Vancouver Island for over 20 years, offering rental kits to help gardeners greatly increase their crop yields. These kits are available for Cortes gardeners. Gordon has won the Best Environmental and Sustainable Business Award and is a recognized advocate for these important pollinators. 

Mason bees are the solution to the problem of poor pollination affecting fruit trees and other food crops that blossom in the spring as each female visits up to 2,000 blossoms a day. Mason bees are also solitary and non-aggressive. Gordon will share his knowledge about these tiny powerhouse pollinators and how you can raise them in your own garden or orchard.

Learn about our plans for 2021 from our Newsletter

Learn about our plans for 2021 from our Newsletter

We publish our newsletters two or three times a year and they are delivered to your mailbox. They are also sent to you by email, the last available here, and you can view all our email newsletters online. Our past newsletters are available on our Newsletters page.

Membership

Your membership is important to us. It encourages our funders and allows us to provide programs and exhibits to the Cortes Island community. You can become a member by donating your time or money. And to vote at the AGM you need to be a member. You can renew your membership on our Membership page.

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