Vancouver Aquarium’s First ‘Trivia Night’ Set To Go Down After Hours On May 11

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Vancouver, BC | Which marine mammal has the densest fur in the animal kingdom? How many arms does a pacific octopus have? What is the most common piece of garbage found on B.C. shorelines? Put your aquatic knowledge to the test at the Vancouver Aquarium’s trivia-themed After Hours on Thursday, May 11.

This first-ever Vancouver Aquarium Trivia Night will be open to guests 19 and older and cocktails, beer, and wine will be available for purchase throughout the Aquarium. Guaranteed to learn something fascinating and fun, guests can explore galleries on their own or get involved in these special programs and activities that will have them urchin to know more:

– Participate in a Q and Ray in the Discover Rays gallery while having an up-close-and-personal encounter with stingrays as they glide through the water.
– Discover the dangerous animals that live in the Strait of Georgia – just off Vancouver’s coast – during an interactive talk by our interpretive team.
– Dive into facts about amazing aquatic animals and their dynamic habitats by embarking on a scavenger hunt or playing Jeopardy-inspired trivia.
– Catch a screening of the new, exhilarating 4-D film, Coastal Predators.
– Experience hands-on learning with marine invertebrates like sea stars, sea anemones, and more in the Wet Lab.

Where: Vancouver Aquarium (845 Avison Way)

When: Thursday, May 11, 2017 | 6:00 to 10:00 p.m.

What: Adults-only access to the Aquarium, including the Wet Lab, all galleries, the 4-D theatre and Discover Rays. Food, cocktails, wine, and beer will be available for purchase. Tickets are only available online at vanaqua.org/afterhours. Guests are encouraged to purchase tickets early as they often sell out. Tickets are $23 for members and $31 for non-members. After Hours is a 19+ event. Photo ID is required for entry. All ticket sales are final. Membership cards will be required for member-priced ticket holders.

Details

Telephone: 604-659-3492
Email: oceanwise@vanaqua.org
Web: www.oceanwise.ca | Twitter | Facebook
Aquaquest Reception | PO Box 3232 | Vancouver, BC V6B 3X8

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About Ocean Wise™

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Overfishing is the biggest threat facing our oceans today. The Ocean Wise symbol next to a menu or seafood item is the Vancouver Aquarium’s assurance of an ocean-friendly seafood choice. Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise program makes it easy for consumers to make sustainable seafood choices that ensure the health of our oceans for generations to come.

The Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise program works directly with restaurants, markets, food services and suppliers to ensure they have the most current scientific information regarding sustainable seafood and to help them make ocean-friendly buying decisions. The options are highlighted on their menus and display cases with the Ocean Wise symbol, making it easier for consumers to make ocean-friendly seafood choices.

In addition to its website, Ocean Wise also makes available an iPhone application—an easy-to-use app that provides consumers with Ocean Wise restaurants, markets and supplier venues from coast to coast, and a comprehensive list of ocean-friendly seafood options. The Ocean Wise iPhone app is continuously updated with ocean-friendly seafood options and Ocean Wise partners spanning Victoria to Halifax.

Learn more at www.oceanwise.ca.

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