By Steve Cairns
Held on Thursday, June 11, 2015 at Nipissing University (Muskoka Campus) in Bracebridge beginning at 7:00 pm. Admission was by donation.
The water cycle illustrates patterns in life and lakes and rivers provide ancient metaphors for living. Steve Cairns will discuss moving through WATER as a means of personal and group exploration and balancing risk with unintended consequences.
About Steve Cairns
Steve Cairns is an assistant professor at Nipissing University and a leader in adventure-based education programs for over 25 years. Working for Outward Bound Canada since 2002, he has led wilderness canoe trips through many lakes and river in Ontario.
Steve obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at McMaster University in 1994 and a Bachelor of Education with a major in junior/intermediate science at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto in 2000. He obtained a Masters of Education from the University of British Columba focusing on philosophy of education in 2003.
Steve enjoys an active lifestyle in all seasons where he currently lives with his family in Bracebridge Ontario.