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Spring 2013

EXPLORING THE EARTH’S EXTREMES
with storm chaser and global adventurer George Kourounis




Storm chaser

Whether he’s enduring 210-kilometre-perhour winds in the eye of Hurricane Katrina, chasing tornadoes through Kansas or battling wildfires in the Yukon, George Kourounis is always in the middle of Mother Nature’s fury, camera in hand.

The world-renowned adventurer and host of the popular TV series “Angry Planet” will present his Royal Canadian Geographical Society Speaker Series, Exploring the Earth’s Extremes, on April 24, 2013, at Centrepointe Theatre in Ottawa. Tickets are on sale through www.centrepointetheatre.ca.

— Andrew Lovesey


Join storm chaser and global adventurer George Kourounis as he showcases his most harrowing adventures, and misadventures, from his travels to the most remote and dangerous places on Earth to document extreme forces of nature such as tornadoes, hurricanes, volcanoes, avalanches and deadly caves. Centrepointe Theatre in Ottawa on Wednesday, April 24, 2013. The event will begin at 7:30 p.m.


Wednesday, April 24, 2013
at 7:30pm

Centrepointe Theatre
101 Centrepointe Drive
Ottawa, Ont.

Tickets*
Available starting March 1, 2013
centrepointetheatre.ca
or by calling
(613) 580.2700 or
(866) 752.5231

Admission
$15 for adults
$5 for children under 12
(must be accompanied by an adult with a ticket)

* Prices do not include venue surcharge for phone orders, CRF and processing fees.


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