Clyde shows ‘The Whale’ for Orca Month

Orca Network begins Orca Month celebrations tomorrow, June 16, in the Village by the Sea.

The non-profit group is partnering with the Langley Main Street Association for a special 2 p.m. matinee showing of the wonderful documentary movie, “The Whale,” at the Clyde Theater on First Street in downtown Langley.

Ryan Reynolds narrates the story of Luna, the young male Southern Resident orca who found his way alone to British Columbia's Nootka Sound, where he adopted some humans as his “pod.”  A discussion will follow.

Admission to the movie matinee and park gathering is free, but donations are appreciated, with proceeds supporting Greenbank-based Orca Network’s Whale Sighting Network and educational programs.

Learn more about Orca Month and other activities happening during June to celebrate orcas at


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