NEVADA CITY, Calif. April 22, 2019 – Madelyn Helling Library is pleased to announce the next four programs of the Travel Talk Series. The Travel Talk Series is a program where community members can share their recent travel adventures with other travel buffs at the library. This is done with a slide show of photos and commentary from the highlights of their travels. The program follows with a Q&A for the presenter to offer recommendations and tips from their recent experience. Trips range from all over the world such as China, Turkey, Spain and more local adventures including camping and hiking in the Sierras.

April 29th at 5pm in the community room at the Madelyn Helling Library, local hiker Jack Emery will be discussing his recent adventures on the Pacific Crest Trail. This will be interesting to those who have ever wanted to hike the PCT or just want to see what it’s like to set out on a hike of this magnitude. Learn about what is needed to prepare, the equipment used, the highpoints and the challenges along the way. Photos of the hike will delight attendees with the beauty of the wilderness and show what can be achieved with determination and a little help from some trail angels along the way!

April 30th at 4pm, local traveler John Powers will be presenting photos and commentary of his recent voyage cruising down under from Sydney to Singapore with highlights including, “Kangaroos, Crocodiles, Dragons, and More….”

May 23rd at 5pm, Patricia Levitan will be revisiting her trip to Turkey with images of a country rich in cultural heritage and history.

June 13th at 5pm, local travelers Marianne and Mike Cartan will highlight the Camino de Santiago with stories along the trail.

For More information or if you have a great travel experience that you would like to share with the community please contact Jill Davidson at (530) 265-7050