Celebrate World Oceans Day with an Ocean Friendly Dinner presented by the Saskatchewan Science Centre and Skye Cafe & Bistro

Tickets are no longer available for this event.

If you would like more information, please contact Allyson McDonald at 306.791.7949.

When: Friday, June 8, 2018

Cocktails & Canapes at 6:00pm

Dinner at 7:00pm

Where: Saskatchewan Science Centre Atrium

Join Chef Milton Rebello and Louise Lu from Skye Café & Bistro on June 8th  for a culinary delight
The evening will start with a champagne reception in our picturesque Atrium. W(h)et your appetite with unique ocean friendly canapés, followed by a 4 course meal of sustainable ocean friendly cuisine paired with wines to complement each course.

About World Oceans Day

World Oceans Day is a global day of ocean celebration and collaboration for a better future. A healthy world ocean is critical to our survival. Every year, World Oceans Day provides a unique opportunity to honor, help protect, and conserve our world’s shared ocean. 

Tickets are only $100. A charitable donation receipt of $40 will be issued.

What Is Sustainable Seafood? +

According to SeaChoice.org, sustainable seafood is defined as ocean-friendly fish or shellfish that is caught or farmed in a manner that can be sustained over the long-term without compromising the health of marine ecosystems.

Why Is This Important In Saskatchewan? +

Seafood is the primary source of protein for more than one billion people. But most importantly, the oceans are the largest ecosystem on Earth. Oceans generate more than half of the oxygen that we breathe and contain 97% of Earth's water. Protecting this resource, which has been called the life support system for the planet, is important for everyone, regardless of where we live.

What Else Can Be Done To Help? +

The Saskatchewan Science Centre is doing its part to help the world's oceans by taking steps to reduce plastic pollution, including removing bottled water from our facility and offering reusable water bottles to visitors in our concessions, as well as raising awareness of these vital issues. You can help by reducing your use of disposable plastics and also by making ocean friendly seafood choices when dining out or shopping for groceries.