Wildlife, Forests and Vistas Featured in Travelogue Film

On Nov. 13 at 7:30 pm, the Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs of Northern Door host the third film in their travel and adventure series with a trek to North America’s great lakes region of Superior. Straddling both U.S. and Canadian lands, this beautiful and exciting wilderness country is home to a spectacular array of wildlife, scenic vistas and pristine forests.

Ruffed Grouse. Submitted.

Ruffed Grouse. Submitted.

The haunting cry of the loon is symbolic of this wilderness; but another sound, familiar to fewer people, is the territorial drumming of the Ruffed Grouse aka, the Woodland Drummer. Its spectacular courtship display is but one of the stories included in this film. Aside from its many wildlife stories, the great land itself is a joy to behold as the film follows a seasonal progression from spring through summer, glorious autumn and the silence of winter.

On hand to narrate his film in person is returning Travelogue film presenter Tom Sterling. His films have been seen in more than 80 countries around the world. Since 1972 he has participated in more than 12,000 live presentations. In 2009 Tom was awarded the “Hall of Fame” award by the Travel Adventure Cinema Society.

The screening will be held at First Baptist Church of Sister Bay. Tickets may be purchased at the door. Admission price is $7. Children under 18 are admitted free. Refreshments will be available during intermission. For more information, call Gary (920.854.4825) or Larry (920.839.9419).


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