The Passport Travel SeriesThe Passport Travel Series continues with Sudan-The Inside Story, a film by NatGeo Explorer Karin Muller, will show on March 16. This new documentary is not a story about victims – it’s about victory. It’s not about human suffering, but speaks of joy and community. Most of all, it’s testimony to the power of the human spirit and the courage of those who have lost more than we can ever imagine, and yet have found hope – and often happiness – in some of the most desperate places on earth. How did they do it? The answer may change your life. This is the Southern California film premiere and Karen will share her experiences in person. The World Is Round, Steve McCurdy/Creative Light Productions. will be shown on March 30. It is an insider’s look at the sights, sounds, people and places that inspired the producer’s wanderlust and imagination. Travel to 14 cities on four continents; from the Ganges River in India and the ancient city of Varanasi to the Fjords of Norway, including Oslo and Risor. Visit Paris, Versailles, and Hong Kong, to ride the 25 cent Hong Kong Ferry. You’ll only catch a glimpse of the World, and you’ll want to visit “Faraway Places with Strange Sounding Names.”
Don’t forget about the Senior News Sweet 16 Party on March 30, with the Theme “The World is Round!” The party starts at 1:00 p.m.!Complimentary intermission refreshments are served and everyone gets an opportunity to meet the filmmaker. General Admission is $8.50 per show. Call (760) 617-1448 for more information.
Victor Valley Community Concert Association – There’s are only one show left in the Series.The Gothard Sisters will perform on April 13. These girls have been playing violin and dancing since a very young age, and they grew up performing on stages. Greta, Willow and Solana Gothard started out with rigorous classical violin training and competitive Irish dance, leading them to the Irish dancing World Championships. The sisters were on an Irish dance team from Seattle that placed second at the World Championships in Glasglow, Scotland in 2007. Tickets by mail, at: Victor Valley Community Concert Assoc., Inc. P.O. Box 1054, Victorville, CA. 92393-1054.