Elkhart fall dinner lecture Oct. 13
Experience South Africa and sample its cuisine from the comfort of
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[September 21, 2013]
ELKHART -- The Elkhart
Historical Society is again presenting a dinner lecture series. The
first will be on Oct. 13 at 4:30 p.m. at the Wild Hare
Café, located in Horsefeathers at 104 Gov. Oglesby St. in Elkhart.
To kick off the series, 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.
dinner choices are a Cape Malay chicken dish and 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 can be obtained at
www.elkharthistoricalsociety.org or phone Gillette Ransom at
217-947-2238 for a reservation. Space is limited, so interested
parties are encouraged to book quickly. The deadline for
registration is Oct. 6.
[Text from file received from
Elkhart Historical Society]