Second Opportunity: Experience South Africa and sample its cuisine
October 10, 2013, The Elkhart Historical Society is pleased to announce the return of the Dinner Lecture Series. While the event on October 13th is sold out, due to overwhelming demand a second date is being offered on Sunday October 20th at 4:30 pm at the Wild Hare Café, located in Horsefeathers at 104 Governor Oglesby St., Elkhart.
To kick off the series Peter Niehaus, who lived and worked in South Africa for over 40 years, will talk about his experiences, the culture, and beauty of the Cape Province where he lived.
The two dinner choices are a Cape Malay chicken dish or a Cape Malay beef specialty, both served with the traditional condiments. Dessert will be a classic trifle. Coffee and iced teas are included. Guests are welcome to bring a bottle of wine to enjoy with their meal.
The ticket price for the evening is $25.00 which includes the lecture, power point presentation, and complete meal including sales tax and gratuity.
Registration forms can be obtained at elkharthistoricalsociety.org or phone Gillette Ransom at (217) 947-2238 to reserve your space.
Space is limited so interested parties are encouraged to book quickly. The deadline for registration is Sunday October 13th.