Weekly Travel Circle series

. February 3, 2016.
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Have you ever wanted to travel vicariously around the globe? This winter you can when Maumee Valley Adventurers and the Metroparks of the Toledo Area sponsor the weekly Travel Circle series, every Saturday through March, featuring a different local speaker at in various Metroparks locations. A walk or cross country ski precedes the event at 1p.m.

This year’s programs:

Backpacking Wrangell, St. Elias National Park, Alaska  Saturday, February 6, Wildwood Preserve, Ward Pavilion

The Highlights of China, Tibet and Hong Kong – Saturday, February 13, Oak Openings Preserve, Oak Openings Lodge

Hiking The Inca Trail To Machu Picchu – Saturday, February 20, Wildwood Preserve, Ward Pavilion

Brazil, Samba, Soccer and Security – Saturday, February 27, Oak Openings Preserve, Oak Openings Lodge

Grand Tetons And Yellowstone National Park

Saturday, March 5- Wildwood Preserve, Ward Pavilion

Hiking And Biking In New Zealand – Saturday, March 12 Oak Openings Preserve, Oak Openings Lodge

An Adventure To The Tropical Paradise of Trinidad and Tobago – Saturday, March 19 Wildwood Preserve, Ward Pavilion

Spain, Madrid, Toledo, Seville and Granada- Saturday, March 26, Oak Openings Preserve, Oak Openings Lodge

Contact: Mary Lou Leonard mvadventurers.org | 419-865-5795 Speaker 2:15PM Free Admission

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