Frank Wolf – Stories from an Adventurer – Nov 21 @7pm

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You won’t want to miss Frank’s presentation of his expedition ‘Maskwa Nanook’, an 1800 km, 44 day journey by canoe from Saskatchewan to Nunavut at the Jericho Sailing Centre on Wednesday November 21 at 7pm. Hosted by the Jericho Paddling Club.

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Copies of Frank’s new book “Lines On A Map” will be available for purchase!
Frank Wolf is a Canadian adventurer, film maker, author, photographer, environmentalist, and public speaker. For more than 20 years Frank has been adventuring, on self-propelled expeditions focussing mostly on the Canadian wilderness, such as an 8000 km canoe journey across Canada, to rowing the Northwest Passage, a ski traverse of Baffin Island, and cycling 2000 km of the Yukon River in the winter. He was named one of Canada’s Top Ten Adventurers by Explore Magazine, named One of Canada’s Top 100 Explorers by Canadian Geographic Magazine, and did a TEDx talk on Adventuring for the Good of the Planet.