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Environmentalist Celine Cousteau to share inspiring stories, photos at Severn School

celine cousteau webEnvironmental speaker Céline Cousteau will talk about the connections between people and nature and protecting the planet during the Astle Lecture presentation Tuesday, April 14, at Severn School in Severna Park.

Her public lecture, “Inspiration from Exploration: Notes from the Field,” starts at 7:30 p.m., following an earlier talk with students during the school day.

Céline Cousteau is the daughter of ocean explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau and granddaughter of legendary explorer and filmmaker Jacques Cousteau.

She will share inspiring stories with vivid photographs while recounting her voyages into the ocean.

As founder and executive director of the nonprofit CauseCentric Productions, Cousteau also works with other nonprofits and individuals to increase their reach and exposure by creating short documentaries about their work.

The event is free and open to the public. However, attendees must register in advance at the Severn School website.

The David Astle Memorial Lecture Series was established by Maryland State Senator John and Jayne Astle in 1998 after the tragic accidental death of their son David Sheridan Astle. A 1992 Severn School alumnus, David was an active member of the school community during his seven years as a student, and a well-liked member of the alumni body.
The endowment funds an annual lecture series through which knowledgeable and/or inspirational speakers are invited to share their expertise, experiences and messages with the community.

Severn School is located at 201 Water St., Severna Park. The presentation will be in the Edward St. John Athletic Center. Doors open at 6:45 p.m. with the presentation starting at 7:30 p.m.

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