International Series Features "Kilimanjaro: Symbol of Climate Change or Not?" on Jan. 5

Join us for our 21st year of the AMC’s International Dinner Series!

On Wednesday, January 5th, join Lisa Densmore in the Pinkham Notch Visitor Center dining room as she presents "Kilimanjaro: Symbol of Climate Change or Not?"

Dinner is a family style, meet-your-neighbor dinner with four courses featuring cuisine from the night's country of honor. This event's menu will feature the cuisine of Tanzania: Coconut Bean Soup, Chapatti-Fried Flatbread, Mishkaki- BBQ Beef, Ugali-White Cornmeal Porridge, Braised Cabbage, African Fruit Pie, and BBQ Tofu.

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Other January programs include:

Jan 12: Medicine in the Mountains: Teaching and Providing in the Himalayas with Toby Savage
Cuisine of Nepal

Jan 19: Finland and the Fjords of Norway with Theo & Melanie Stibbons
Cuisine of Finland

Jan 26: Tramping New Zealand’s Great Walks with Sam Jamke
Cuisine of New Zealand

See full list of 2011 International Dinners >>

2011 International Dinner prices: $21 Adult AMC Members and $23 Adult Non Members.
International Dinner packages are available for $64 per person, which includes dinner, the presentation, lodging at the Joe Dodge Lodge, breakfast and a trail pass at Great Glen Trails. (AMC members receive a discount on the package rate).

Dinner is at 6 pm; the program follows dinner. All programs are free and open to the public. Reservations are recommended. For more information or to make reservations call AMC Reservations at 603-466-2727.

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