See for yourself why people call a spring journey to Russia's deepest lake in Siberia as the "Ice Necklace of Baikal". For a short time each year it is possible to walk on water (frozen) for miles along the shoreline and experience the lake like at no other times of the year with the ice patterns changing daily, glorious sunrises and sunsets over the open spaces, and tall rocks rising vertically from the ice. Just as if the lake alone is not grand enough, see Grigory Petrov and his trip mates also cleanse their souls by performing a ritual around a Buddhist stupa, climb a mountain, and explore mysterious caves. Learn about sledpacking, nightly tent duty to stay warm, and other ways how Russians make the trip possible.
Doors open @ 6:15 PM
Potluck @ 6:30 PM
Slideshow @ 7:15 PM
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Potluck Info: Homemade dishes are welcome, store bought goodies & takeout are equally welcome :) Plates, bowls, cups, cutlery, napkins and drink pitchers will be supplied. The auditorium has a kitchen if you need to do any re-warming or prep (with a stovetop, oven, microwave, sink & fridge). Please bring your own cooking pots if needed for stovetop.
Subway Directions: Take the MBTA to Park Street Station. Walk through the Boston Common uphill towards the State House on Beacon Street. To the left of the State House is Joy Street; follow Joy Street uphill to the AMC Auditorium Building (brownstone), #4 Joy Street on the left hand side. Map: http://tinyurl.com/4JoyStMap
Parking: Nearby parking is available at the Boston Common Garage, located underneath the Boston Common. Access is off Charles Street, between the Public Garden and the Boston Common. We offer $6 parking tickets at the slideshows (a savings of $5). More info about the Garage is here: http://www.mccahome.com/bcg_dir_map.html