May
29
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The Great Rivers of Europe

Great Rivers of Europe by Marcella Siegel of Davenport. Venture through history via 66 locks on the Danube, Main and Rhine rivers, where medieval architecture beckons from every riverbank, time-honored wine-making traditions abound at hillside vineyards, and landscapes seem to spring from the canvases of centuries-old masterworks. Take in the sites, sounds and flavors of three distinct European nations — Vienna's renowned coffeehouse culture to Germany's traditional folk music to Amsterdam's charming canals.
The drawing for the Oakwood Inn stay will be held following the evening presentation. Winner need not be present.

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May
15
7:00 PM19:00

Amazing India

Amazing India by Dick and Shirley Cole of Eldridge. Armchair travelers will marvel at the vast cultural differences in this land of 1.32 billion people, who have an average annual income of about $700 each. India is about one-third the size of the United States, and has one foot in the Stone Age and the other in computers and the medicine of today. This is a program you won’t want to miss.
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May
1
7:00 PM19:00

The Wonders of Egypt

he Wonders of Egypt by DeWayne and Linda Hatcher of LeClaire. Travel with the Hatchers as they explore the vast pyramids and magnificent ruins in this country that immersed in ancient history, archaeology and architecture. In addition, cruise down the Nile River, enjoy belly dancers and learn how papyrus paper was made.
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Apr
17
3:00 PM15:00

Hiking Denali

Hiking Denali by Alan Campbell of Davenport. This newcomer to the DeWitt travelogue series loves a good adventure, and through the years, that spirit has taken him to all 50 states. The last state on that journey came this past September when he ventured off to Denali National Park in Alaska. His trip in-cluded traveling the entire 92.5-mile distance of the park by bus, an 8-mile hike through the heart of the park and a 2.7-mile hike up the side of Mount Healy.
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Apr
3
7:00 PM19:00

Austria and Switzerland

Austria and Switzerland by George Kruckenberg of West Des Moines. Travel through Austria beginning in Vienna with its grand palaces and museums from the Hapsburg era, beautiful Baroque churches and colorful parks and gardens. Then, a river cruise on the Danube and a visit to Salzburg, the "Sound of Music" city. In Switzerland, begin in Zurich and join a tour traveling on some of the most scenic trains in Europe, including the famous Glacier Express, as you enjoy spectacular panoramas of majestic snow-capped mountains, including the unmistakable Matterhorn, lush green valleys dotted with small villages, farms, and typical Swiss chalet homes, waterfalls, and scenic lakes and streams. Along the way are stops at Lucerne, Interlaken, Monteux, Zermatt and St. Moritz and also a trip via cable car to the top of a 10,000-foot peak in the middle of the Alps.
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Mar
20
7:00 PM19:00

Spain and France

Spain and France by Gary and Cindy Meden of Davenport. In the spring of 2015, the Medens embarked on an 84-day European adventure. This travelogue will include the first month of the trip and stops in Madrid and northern Spain, southern France and northwestern Italy. If you've ever wanted to travel Western Europe independently, or just want sit back and travel from your theater seat, this travelogue is for you. The travelogue also is designated as Pie Day, when the Lions Cub treats its guests to complimentary pie and coffee or tea prior to each show.
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Mar
6
7:00 PM19:00

Colorful Costa Rica

Colorful Costa Rica by Teresa Nickeson of Maquoketa. This veteran presenter and her son, Colin Nickeson, spent 10 days last July exploring Costa Rica. Spectacular sights included rain forests, volcanoes, national parks, waterfalls, hot spring pools and beaches. They saw the most beautiful birds and flowers and many colorful and interesting animals, and they went spelunking, hiking, zip lining, and even volunteered at an animal rescue center. The country was easy to navigate, and the people were some of the nicest in the world. Nickeson highly recommends a visit to this country for anyone looking for beautiful nature, adventure, diversity or just a wonderful climate in which to relax.
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