Kiwanis Club Show Documentary “Colorful Mexico”

On Friday, October 29 the Kiwanis Club will host their “Travel and Adventure Film” program at 7:30 pm at the First Baptist Church in Sister Bay. The event will feature Colorful Mexico, a film by Fran and Brooke Reiderlberger, who focus their research and cameras on popular Mexican destinations, as well as a few little known locations, with an emphasis on color.

The Reidelbergers joined the travelogue profession in 1977. Fran, who presents their films live, appears regularly on major travel lecture platforms, including the National Geographic Society in Washington D.C. and Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The Mexico adventure film features the famous Copper Canyon train from Los Mochis to Chihuahua, Taxco and other towns built by silver mining, a humble man who crafts beautiful guitars in the town of Paracho, a painter in Capula, and a chapel in Morelia with a golden interior. Through the film, viewers will experience the west coast beaches of Mexico and witness gray whales migrate to the Baja Peninsula.

Admission is $7 at the door. Children under 18 are admitted free; refreshments will be available during intermission. For more information, call 920.854.4825.