Presented by the Josephy Library for Western History & Culture
Tuesday, October 22 at Noon
Stanlynn Daugherty – “Meerkats & Cheetahs & Rhinos, Oh My!”
A journey into the life of an African wildlife sanctuary and research station volunteer, in Namibia, 2018.
Tuesday, November 12 at noon
Mark Lacey- “Tour du Mont Blanc”
Mark Lacey is a local hiker and harmonica player who took time this summer for a special European hike. The Tour du Mont Blanc circles the Mont Blanc massif, and is one of the most scenic and popular hikes in Europe. Hiking through parts of Switzerland, Italy, and France this past September, Mark’s journey covered a distance of approximately 82 miles in 9 days with nearly 4 miles of ascent/decent.
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