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Virtual travel adventure of Yellowstone

Do you love the national parks, nature, or wildlife? You can experience all of that through a Virtual Travel Adventure to Yellowstone National Park on Monday, November 14. The multimedia presentation takes place at the Cedar Springs High School Auditorium and begins at 6:30 p.m. This low cost presentation is for people of all ages and is only $10 per person and includes snacks provided by Family Fare Store of Cedar Springs. The presentation is provided by Sandy Mortimer, a Michigan native that is a former reporter with CBS as well as a writer and producer of travel films. She will take you on a journey that will make you feel like you have made the trip.
Other travels this season will take us over the Atlantic on March 12, as we visit Egypt and tour the Nile River. We will finish our travels by heading north to the lands of Scotland and France to see the glorious stone buidlings of churches, castles, monuments and more on April 9. You can travel to all four of these destinations for the little price of $25, or just one locale for $10. Students can come with a paid adult for only $5. These are great educational events for persons of all ages and great for families to come and enjoy together.
The event is held at the Cedar Springs High School Auditorium with the doors opening at 6 p.m. and the adventure beginning at 6:30 pm (please note the new time for this year).
The Cedar Springs Area Parks and Recreation department is an organziation of Algoma, Courtland, Nelson and Solon Townships, the Cedar Springs Public Schools and the City of Cedar Springs. These organizations work together to put on these events for the community.  Information on this and other programs are online at www.csaparksandrec.com or you can follow us on Facebook for up to date information. Please feel free to call the department as well Monday-Wednesday at 616-696-7320 or email anytime at director@csaparksandrec.com.

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