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Engaging in activities such as history, politics, art, music, the environment, language, economics, etc. are all possibilities for this group. Let's embrace the many things this world has to offer us here in Madison!

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Green, Green Ireland - Dublin, Dingle and Ring of Kerry!

Madison Public Library: Hawthorne Branch

Join Daniel Eggerding as he re-visits lush, green Ireland, returning after a 40 year absence. Dingle Peninsula was then the place of many rain fronts, pubs and the prettiest scenery anywhere on earth. This time he is adding the Ring of Kerry and a whole week in Dublin. James Joyce as well as Oscar Wilde would've approved...

AMA WATERWAYS MAGNIFICENT EUROPE CRUISE

Madison Public Library: Hawthorne Branch

Join Rick Hauser as he experiences a 14 day river cruise through Europe onboard the Amastella of AMA Waterways. He visits the tulip gardens in Amsterdam, plus the castles and vineyards of the Rhine and Danube rivers. He describes guided tours available in Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary, as seen through the eyes of such people as Martin Luther, Napoleon, and many notorious robber barons. Rick is a travel agent for Expedia Cruise Ship Centers and can help you with any travel plans you may have - offering fantastic prices on cruises and international air. Visit his web site at: https://www.cruiseshipcenters.com/en-US/RichardHauser

Quebec City: 400 Years of History

Madison Public Library: Hawthorne Branch

Join Kent Wenger as he explores Quebec City, one of the oldest European cities in North America (founded in 1608) with the only remaining fortified city walls north of Mexico. But Quebec City isn't just about the past -- it's vibrant, intensely friendly and exciting – concentrating on both people and food. To put it bluntly, Quebec is one of the closest places you can go and feel like you're someplace completely different. Bon Voyage!

Green County Cheese Days - More Wisconsin Fun!

Madison Public Library: Hawthorne Branch

Join Laurie Kutil in Monroe as she celebrates Cheese Days, Wisconsin's biggest Cheese festival with her special Beau. See a wheel of cheese being made right before your eyes! Also the Swiss Miss Dancers of New Glarus and other entertainment. Take a Barn Quilt and Farm tour and of course, the big parade! Cheese Days in 2020 will be September[masked]

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Hiking the Iconic Annapurna Circuit in Nepal

Madison Public Library: Hawthorne Branch

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