So ... you might be asking yourself what is a travelogue? Have you ever wanted to get a birds-eye view of a place or travel destination you heard about on the radio, TV or through a beautiful ad in a magazine? Travelogoues provide an opportunity to truly see a place from a seasoned traveler's eyes.
The audience gets a professional prepared presentation, usually a movie, which is personally narrated by the cinematographer who made the movie. You see large and small cities, the residents and of course, the personality of that destination. You will experience tours through the countryside and all the big and little stops your favorite travel agent would book for you to experience.
If you've already traveled to one of the destinations, you may want to confirm again the grand sights you were able to take in. You may even discover what you missed. An evening at a travelogue may prove for you or a guest that "we need to go again!"
Your attendance also assists Kiwanis Club of Tecumseh for their many projects serving youth and the community. You'll find the 2016-17 travelogues to be wholesome, educational, and adventurous for a truly enriching experience.
With just 4 of the 6 films remaining in this season, you'll want to be sure you purchase your tickets soon. Each film is just $5 each. See the list below of the four remaining films:
- Tuesday, January 10 at 7:30 pm - "Cuba's Secret Side"
- Tuesday, February 14, 2017 at 7:30 pm - "Tibet: A Light in the Darkness"
- Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 7:30 pm - "East African Safari"
- Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at 7:30 pm - "Great Rocky Mountain RV Adventure"
Tickets for each of these films can be purchased at Tecumseh Center for the Arts. You can purchase them Tuesday-Friday from noon until 5 pm by stopping by the Box Office or calling 517-423-6617. The Box Office is located at 400 North Maumee Street in Tecumseh, Michigan.
Kiwanis Travel and Adventure Cinema Series is part of the TCA Michigan Homegrown Project which emphasizes the importance of sharing the theater stage with local artistic groups while building lasting relationships between art organizations and the theater. The TCA Michigan Homegrown Project is sponsored in part by Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and National Endowment for the Arts. You can learn more about the TCA Michigan Homegrown Project by clicking here.