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June 2016

Okanagan Branch Lobsterfest: General Registration

Organized by the APEGBC Okanagan Branch

Status: Registration for the June 2, 2016 Lobsterfest is now closed. Please contact the Okanagan Branch at [email protected] for space availability. Thank you!
Date: Thursday, June 2, 2016
Time: 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM 
Location: Laurel Packinghouse - 1304 Ellis Street, Kelowna, BC
Cost: Steak Option: $50
Lobster Option: $50
Steak and Lobster Option: $70 
Vegetarian Option: $35

*If you are a new P.Eng, P.Geo., EIT, or GIT to the Okanagan and Southern Interior region, please DO NOT register here and refer to your special guest invitation that was sent to you via e-mail from the APEGBC Okanagan Branch. Or, please contact Mara Buzgar, [email protected], at the APEGBC head office for more details. 
Note: Please register for this event by Friday, May 27, 2016 to help us predict our catering needs.

Also note that due to the nature of the event, shellfish is on the menu and while all precautions will be taken to prevent cross-contamination, it cannot be guaranteed.
Please join us in a celebration of engineering and geoscience at our annual Lobsterfest! The event is intended to provide an opportunity to network with your fellow engineers and geoscientists, welcome new members and members-in-training into the association and have a good time doing so.

This event is open to all professional members, members-in-training and their guests from the APEGBC Okanagan Branch.

Dress: Okanagan business casual.

Schedule

5:00 PM: Doors open, registration and networking (cash bar available)
6:00 PM: Buffet Dinner
7:00 PM: Professional member induction ceremony 

Room will remain open until 11:00 PM to facilitate networking, welcoming of new members and general enjoyment of the Okanagan evening.

Speaker

Malcolm Metcalfe, P.Eng.
Enbala Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Enbala

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Malcolm Metcalfe says he started Enbala as something he could do part-time so he could spend the rest of the time skiing. Don’t believe it. For his engineering contributions, this ardent supporter of sustainability has been named in the Queen’s Birthday Honors List and was inducted as a Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace. Today, along with leading Enbala innovation activity, Malcolm is both a Ph.D. candidate and teacher at The University of British Columbia. Student evaluations rank him among the top instructors in the engineering school, and one student’s comments explain why: “Prof knew his stuff. His stories were funny the first time (and sometimes the second time)."

If you have any questions, please contact the Okanagan Branch at [email protected] 

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