The 2019-20 Travelogue season begins Thursday, November 14 with “Central & South America”, presented by Marlin Darrah. The program will be held at the First Baptist Church in Fairfield at 7:15 p.m.
Journey with Marlin Darrah as he shares some of his recent travel film highlights from Mexico, and Central & South America. This program is an introduction to the grand natural wonders, architectural treasures, and cultural and artistic highlights of several cities and countries. A beautiful sampler of cathedrals, lively pedestrian streets, palaces and parks, fascinating wildlife, tropical rainforests, and meetings with passionate Latin Americans.
Future programs include:
On January 9, “How to Trade Up Around the World” will be presented by Michael Wigge.
On February 13, “Tibet: A Light in the Darkness”, a film by Sean Cassidy, will be hosted by Tom Sterling.
On March 12, “Albinos & Aliens: In Search of the Albinos, Florida’s Alien Wildlife” will be presented by Tom Sterling.
On April 9, “The Royal Inca Road”, a film by Karin Mullers, will be hosted by Sandy Mortimer.
All of the programs will be held at the First Baptist Church at 308 S 1st Street in Fairfield. Each presentation will begin at 7:15 p.m.
Season tickets are $30.00 and will be sold at the door the evening of the event. Tickets are on sale now at McDowell, Kenshalo, & Jesop in Fairfield.
This year’s Fairfield Travelogue is sponsored by the Fairfield Rotary Club and the Wayne County Farm Bureau.