Door County Kiwanis Club Screens “Wales: Land of Song”

Friday, April 8 the Kiwanis Club of Northern Door will present the sixth and final program of their current travel and adventure film season. The program will feature Wales: Land of Song by veteran filmmakers, musicians and entertainers, Monty and Marsha Brown.

The film will showcase Wales’ castles, coastlines, and pastoral mountain valleys dotted with sheep. Wales is a small country and many of its residents still speak their native Celtic language, Gaelic.

The film will feature the second Severn Crossing, the newest suspension bridge near Bristol, which accommodates the M4 motorway, as well as the town of Caerphilly, named for the cheese with the same name. Viewers will also experience the Flower & Taste of Wales Festival as well as a Grand Prix auto race at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

The film will also feature many picturesque bays and inlets with high-forested cliffs. Viewers will visit the Gower Heritage Centre, the nearby Three Cliffs Bay, and Cardiff, the capital city of Wales.

Showtime is at 7:30 pm at the First Baptist Church of Sister Bay. Admission is $7; tickets may be purchased at the door. Children under 18 are admitted free; refreshments will be available during intermission. For more information, call Gary at 920.854.4825.