Polar Explorer Will Steger Speaking at Saint George’s

Out There Outdoors

Legendary polar explorer Will Steger is set to present a program titled “Eyewitness to Climate Change,” at Saint George’s School in Spokane on Friday, April 28 at 6:30 p.m. at the Founder’s Theater. Steger will share his first-hand experiences with climate change in some of the most remote parts of the world while leading several historic expeditions. Steger led the first dog sled journey to the North Pole without re-supply, the longest unsupported dog sled expedition in history (1,600 miles across Greenland), and the first dog sled traverse of Antarctica (3,741 miles over seven months). He also formed a non-profit organization to engage students, educators and the general public about climate change. Learn more about Steger at Willsteger.com or Climategen.org. This event is free and open to the public, but seat reservations are required via online RSVP at Sgs.org/rsvp. For questions about the event, call 509-484-8830. //

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