The Detroit Public Television Great Lakes Bureau’s Great Lakes Now series is made up of 30-minute episodes reporting on the world’s largest system of freshwater, with in-depth coverage of the environmental, economic and political issues that impact the lakes and the people who use, cherish and protect them. In this episode of Great Lakes Now, viewers are introduced to the CSL Welland, the series of locks that allow ships to bypass Niagara Falls and the men who work on board.
Hear opening remarks from new WPBS President and General Manager, Mark Prasuhn, catch the screening before the premiere on Tuesday, August 27, and enjoy light refreshments.
Event is free, but pre-registration is suggested. Register online at wpbstv.org/tickets.