A Day in the life
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF NICK EYLES "Rock Star"
Nick Eyles is a different kind of “rock star”. He’s conducting a rock study of Georgian Bay. And he’s working to establish a UNESCO Global Geopark for all Georgian Bay. OK … you may not have collected any music recorded by him … because he’s a geologist. But he’s doing cool things! The Georgian Bay Geopark will explore and showcase the origins of rocks, landscapes and peoples of Georgian Bay and tell those stories to a global audience. Nick has taught at the University of Toronto Scarborough for more than 30 years. He has authored more than 150 publications and edited books on geology and has written popular books about “Toronto Rocks”, “Ontario Rocks” and “Canada Rocks”. Of special interest is his "Georgian Bay: Discovering a Unique North American Ecosystem”. He has done work with David Suzuki on the Nature of Things series and has won numerous awards. He is an avid adventure motorcyclist and hockey player.
The program is called "A Day in the Life" (“ADITL”). It’s an intimate conversation with a prominent Canadian, live on stage at the fabulous Midland Cultural Centre and now available virtually on the Zoom platform. The program looks at the lives of well-known highly successful Canadians, the events that led to their success, their interests, hopes and dreams, and what the future holds for them. Our guests graciously donate their time. The program generates revenue to sustain the ongoing operation of the Midland Cultural Centre.
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The MCC is pleased to provide recorded highlights from the live “A Day in the Life” shows. This series is thematic and introduces highlights from 3 or 4 editions of “A Day in the Life”. You can watch any of the underlined programs by clicking on it.
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