Taking A Bite Out of Alternative Facts:
From Jaws to Shark Week!
Wednesday, March 29 | 6:30-8:00pm | The Savoy Theater
*This event is full! However, we are anticipating that a limited number of seats may be available at the door on a first-come basis the night of the event. Sorry for the inconvenience!*
*Please RSVP to Onion River Sports to ensure a seat at this event. Call 229-9409 or email email@example.com with your name, the number of seats, your email, and your phone number. Read on for more information!
Join us at the Savoy as accomplished shark biologist and Onion River Sports employee Lindsay Graff breaks down the misconceptions about one of the world’s most critical marine species. Kick back with a cold beverage as Lindsay shares stunning photos, videos, and stories from her international shark research and her current work with the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy in Cape Cod.
Free admission (suggested donation at the door to benefit the Gills Club).
To ensure a seat, please contact us with your name, email, phone, and the number of seats you’d like to reserve. Please do not contact the Savoy box office for this event. Please direct questions and reservations directly to Onion River Sports!
The Gills Club is the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy’s STEM-based education initiative dedicated to connecting girls with female scientists from around the world, sharing knowledge, and inspiring shark and ocean conservation. www.gillsclub.org
Since 2010, Onion River Sports has been proud to count Lindsay Graff as part of the family. When she isn’t spending winters here at the shop, Lindsay has spent four years working in Fiji teaching shark studies college courses and focusing on bull shark research with Broadreach and Beqa Adventure Divers. While in Fiji she also set up a baby bull shark tagging program and she loved spending her days diving with 40-60 bull sharks, grey reefs, tawny nurse, whitetip and blacktip sharks! Lindsay’s past work has focused on white sharks in South Africa and lemon, tiger and nurse sharks in the Bahamas. For the last two years, Lindsay has worked for the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy and Dr. Greg Skomal, assisting with his white shark research off the coast of Massachusetts. She is also the head shark biologist on AWSC’s Great White Shark Expeditions, and works to combine ecotourism and shark conservation with public education.