The Cochrane Public Library is one of only five locations in the north to host the Jane Goodall “Reasons for Hope” exhibit. It opens tomorrow (Sat., Oct. 21).
Through her life’s work with gorillas and other primates, Goodall is sharing what she’s learned about saving the environment.
Library CEO Christina Blazecka says among the exhibit is a 25-minute version of the IMAX movie about those reasons for hope. She says it’s all an inspiring experience for young and old.
“There will be an opportunity to contribute to the exhibit with filling out leaves of hope of what your vision is to help with saving the environment, and science in general,” says Blazecka.
The exhibit is at the library until the end of November.
“We do have it for five years,” Blazecka adds, “however we’re going to reopen in 2024 where we will be coinciding programming for children and adults, and that’s when we wil be organizing the official grand opening.”