Join us for our 23rd year of the AMC’s International Dinner and Adventure Series at Pinkham Notch Visitor Center – starting on January 9 with “Explore India: The people, their culture and the Himalayas that they call home” presented by Lynn and Heather Zimmerman.
Wednesday evenings transform into a weekly dinner series of international cuisine, followed by an inspiring presentation about travel and adventure with local and regional guides, explorers, and travelers! The family-style dinner features four courses of delectable fare, from fresh baked breads to dessert, as well as beverages. Guests may BYOB responsibly.
2013 International Dinner prices: $23 adult AMC members and $28 adult non-members; youth and child rates are available. Overnight guests can take advantage of our special International Dinner lodging package, with discounted rates starting at $48 per person for AMC members and $59 for non-members. In addition to the presentation, the package includes dinner, lodging at AMC’s Joe Dodge Lodge, breakfast, and a trail pass for skiing and tubing at Great Glen Trails.
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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