Meeting: December 7, 2022

We would like to invite the entire membership to join us and take in our next hybrid meeting, taking place on December 7th 2022.  We are looking forward to seeing everyone on the session or live at Acadia Hall.

Our guest speaker this Wednesday is MARK JINKS
Mark will be presenting “Wild Skies on the Prairie” – Storm Chasing on the Canadian Prairies.

Mark Jinks is an award-winning nature and travel photographer based out of the Edmonton, Alberta area. A nature photography generalist, his focus is on capturing the beauty of landscapes and wildlife, the energy of severe weather, and the mystique of the night sky. 
He specializes in promoting tourism and awareness to different areas with his imagery, working on campaigns and projects with various tourism boards and other brands, and has worked with Nikon Canada, Ford Canada, Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts, Westjet, Rocky Mountaineer, Backroad Mapbooks, Northwest Territories Tourism, Bonjour Quebec, Travel Alberta, and many more.
Mark hosts photography tours and workshops across different areas of Alberta, and also in Canada’s north during the peak times of the aurora borealis season.

You can learn more about Mark Jinks and see his amazing portfolio of work by navigating your browser to:
Mark Jinks Photography –
Follow Mark via Instagram –

Our meeting will START AT 7:00 PM – Doors will open at 6:30PM.
For those who have not had the opportunity to Join us in person, we meet at Acadia Hall in Lower Sackville

As always, we will present regular News and Club Business, along with our regular updates to round out our evening.


  1. CANTEEN: The Canteen will only be offering limited service during this meeting as we find our bearings with the recent renovations to Acadia Hall.
  2. MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION: IF YOU HAVE NOT DONE SO, PLEASE REGISTER and pay for your SPC Membership renewals ONLINE as we will not be accepting cash payments or direct registrations at this meeting. MEMBERSHIP FORM
  3. MASKS & COVID RESTRICTIONS: As provincial restrictions have ended we will not be enforcing the use of Masks or other health related measures, however we recommend the use of MASKS while attending the in person meetings at Acadia Hall.
  4. 50/50 DRAW: Don’t forget your change! – IF we have sufficient numbers of members attending the in-person meeting we will resume our regular 50/50 Draw that will take place after the break! Funds raised from the 50/50 ticket sales go toward the SPC’s Annual “Adopt-a-Family” Campaign that supports a local family during the holiday season.  Tickets are $1 each.

We look forward to seeing everyone either online or in person this Wednesday!