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Join Lorne Hammond, PhD, curator of history at the Royal BC Museum, for the dramatic story of how the most sophisticated telescope in the history of the world was planned, built, and saw first light on Little Saanich Mountain 100 years ago. Presented in partnership with Saanich Archives. Registration begins February 19.

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