A visit to Kenya through picture and narrative by Lynne Gross will be offered on Thursday, March 8, 2018 at 7 p.m. at the Hoffman Center for the Arts in Manzanita. Admission for the event is $5.
Nehalem resident Lynne Gross, owner of the business Eagle Tours Kenya, has been arranging safaris to Kenya since 2012, creating customized trips and accompanying clients on the journeys.
“Kenya is my happy place and, no matter how many times I go on safari, I always have a new appreciation for the happy native people and the magnificent animals” says Ms. Gross. “Every person who has gone on one of these trips says it is one of the most wonderful experiences of their life.”
The photos and presentation will take attendees on a virtual safari visiting the geography, the culture, the people and the wildlife of Kenya, including a look at the iconic wildebeest migration.
“Travelogue Kenya Safari” is the fourth in a series of photography shows sponsored by the Hoffman Center to celebrate global culture and community through the lens of our local citizens.
Refreshments will be served and a discussion will follow the presentation.