Photo courtesy of CALL Digital Photography
Monthly, 7:30-9:00 p.m., at Varsity Acres Presbyterian
4612 Varsity Dr NW (free street parking is available in the evenings). Free for members, $5 charge at the door for non-members. Guests are welcome. No registration required.
Come for an evening of discovery and discussion in an informal and intimate setting! CALL members are an adventurous group and are interested in hearing about active and interesting global pursuits. Each month we will have an interactive presentation from a different presenter.
We are looking for more adventurers–CALL members and others– to come forward to stimulate and inspire us with accounts of their treks and travels. If you are interested and would like to know more, please contact Dorothy Whitson, Richard King or Ruth Mauel via e-mail at email@example.com
|Calling All Writers -- Interested in Publishing
Your Travel Adventures|
Look no further....Kerby News is offering CALL members with a yen for travel an opportunity to share your adventures in the Kerby News....Interested?? This is your opportunity! Please contact Dylan Reardon at 403 705 3229 or email him at the following addresses: Editor@kerbycentre.com or DylanR@kerbycentre.com
Wednesday, September 19
Northern India--Mughals, mammals and modern life. Join presenter Andrew Hart as he investigates the history, natural history and modern life of the Golden Triangle and Varanasi regions of Northern India. India has some of the most amazing diversities of culture, religion, habitat, and and prosperity in the world. The presentation will include a brief history of the first six Mughal Emperors (Babur to Aurangzeb) told in relation to the magnificent monuments, including the Taj Mahal, that most tourists visit. Varanasi is the holiest of the seven sacred cities in the Hindu religion. Situated on the Ganges it is famous for the cremations that take place daily along the Ghats adjoining the river.
Presenter: Andrew Hart (photos courtesy of Andrew Hart)
Wednesday October 17
Great Bear Rainforest
Images provided by Val Scholefield
The Great Bear Rainforest, located on the British Columbia coast between the Pacific Ocean and the Coast Mountain Range, is one of the largest tracts of temperate rainforest left in the world. Accessible only by boat or plane, it is home to thousands of species of plants, birds, insects and animals. Come and join Val Scholefield, to experience some of the magic of this area.