WORLD CAVALCADE

The Final Curtain was drawn on April 6th 2014

Auburn Riverside Theater

&

Bellevue Meydenbauer Center

 
World Cavalcade
 
Buddy Hatton
Buddy Hatton

KOREA - THEN AND NOW
by Buddy Hatton

Auburn Riverside Theatre, Oct 6, 2013

Bellevue Meydenbauer Center, Oct 7, 2013

Korea
Korea

Few international travelers explore the countryside of Korea, which is a tragedy and a blessing. Serene Temples, picturesque mountains, lush rice paddies, unspoiled fishing villages and endless hiking opportunities are so far off the beaten track, it's unlikely you'll meet any Westerners (or even English speakers) on the road less traveled.

Sandy Mortimer
Sandy Mortimer

DISCOVERING THE DUTCH
by Sandy Mortimer

Auburn Riverside Theatre, Nov 10, 2013

Bellevue Meydenbauer Center, Nov 11, 2013

Netherlands
Netherlands

Twelve provinces create the 'Netherlands'. Every province is distinctive… each with its own history… some with their own language. While the major cities of the western shores are well-known, there are many places that are unexpected. Their stories surprise not only outsiders, but sometimes even the locals with their richness of history, myth, and cultures.

Marlin Darrah
Marlin Darrah

CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA

by Marlin Darrah

Auburn Riverside Theatre, Feb 9, 2014

Bellevue Meydenbauer Center, Feb 10, 2014

South America
Central & South America

Zigzag through Santiago, Chile; Lima, Cuzco & Machu Picchu in Peru; the Amazon; the Galapagos Islands; the Panama Canal; San Juan and the National Parks of Costa Rica; and the volcanoes and colonial cities of Nicaragua. Sample great natural wonders, architectural treasures, and cultural highlights.

Peter Rowe
Peter Rowe

ANGRY PLANET: VOLCANOES
by Peter Rowe

Auburn Riverside Theatre, Mar 2, 2014

Bellevue Meydenbauer Center, Mar 3, 2014

ANGRY PLANET: VOLCANOES
Angry Planet: Volcanoes

Prepare to be amazed as Peter shares the volcanoes he has climbed and filmed. Just some of the highlights include Mt. Etna, one of the world's largest lava lakes in the Congo, Iceland, Stromboli, New Zealand and Krakatoa, once the biggest in the world. View the first crossing ever of Dominica's boiling lake, and a volcanic wedding!

Gray Warriner
Gray Warriner

GHOST TOWNS
OF THE WILD WEST
by Gray Warriner

Bellevue Meydenbauer Center
Tuesday, Apr 1, 2014

Auburn Riverside Theatre, Apr 6, 2014

GHOST TOWNS OF THE WILD WEST
Ghost Towns

Gold fever ignited one of the greatest mass migrations in the world. Wagon trains and fortune seekers headed for the gold fields in California, Nevada, Colorado, Montana and virtually all points west. Visit real ghost towns built by brave pioneers who endured danger, loneliness, and extreme temperatures to pursue their dreams.

 
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