Elkhart Historical Society offers 2nd opportunity on sold-out
Experience South Africa and sample its cuisine
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[October 12, 2013]
ELKHART -- The Elkhart
Historical Society is beginning another dinner lecture series. While
the program Sunday to kick off the series is sold out, a second date
is being offered. The repeat event will be on Oct. 20 at 4:30 p.m.
at the Wild Hare Café, located in Horsefeathers at 104 Gov. Oglesby
St. in Elkhart.
Peter Niehaus, who lived and worked in South Africa for over 40
years, will talk about his experiences, the culture and beauty of
the Cape Province where he lived.
The two dinner choices are a
Cape Malay chicken dish or a Cape Malay beef specialty, both served
with the traditional condiments. Dessert will be a classic trifle.
Coffee and ice teas are included. Guests are welcome to bring a
bottle of wine to enjoy with their meal.
The ticket price for the evening is $25, which includes the
lecture, PowerPoint presentation, and complete meal, including sales
tax and gratuity.
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Registration forms (PDF) can be obtained at
www.elkharthistoricalsociety.org or phone Gillette Ransom at
217-947-2238 to reserve your space.
Space is limited, so interested parties are encouraged to book
quickly. The registration deadline is Sunday, Oct. 13.
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