London Theatre and Literary Adventure in London, England features the best of Britsh culture June 13-21. From Shakespeare's Globe to Piccadilly Circus; from Westminster Abbey to Abbey Road; from the Tower of London to Big Ben; from the Tate Museum of Art to Notting Hill; travelers will enjoy some of the world's best theaters, museums, galleries, shops and pubs.
Those interested may contact Fred Roder at HACC's Lancaster Campus at 717-358-2859 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Iceland: A Journey Through the Camera Lens will be offered June 27-July 4. Cost and itinerary information may be obtained by calling Fred Rodger at 717-358-2859 or send an email request to email@example.com.
Hosted by Jane Fetner, manager of Carlisle Camera, this tour takes participants through Reykjavik, an ancient Viking site, Blue Lagoon in a lava field, Thingvellir National Park, Skaftafell National Park, Skogar's Folk Museum, an Icelandic horse farm, and more.
Celebrate Fall in Germany when HACC hosts this trip, Sept 2-14. Additional information is available by calling the Lebanon Campus at 717-270-6309. In Harrisburg contact the Community Education Center at 717-780-2587.
In the heart of Europe lies the picturesque countryside of German castles, landscapes, rivers, historic art and culture, as well as the birthplace of our newest pope, Pope Benedict XVI.
This trip will be led by a German-born guide escorting the group through the heart of Germany with details only familiarity can provide. On the Rhine river boat tour, among the first of scenic trips, the group will see the famous and legendary Lorelei. The tour will continue to Berlin and proceed south to Dresden, Nuremberg, and Munich, stopping in Oberammergau for sightseeing and shopping before visiting the Mercedes-Bentz Museum in Stuttgart.
On the Trail of The DaVinci Code is a trip to be led by Judith Pellegrino, a popular lecturer on the famous book and soon-to-be-released movie. This trip is being planned for 2007. Additional information regarding dates, cost and itinerary may be obtained by calling Fred Roger at 717-358-2859 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are very few books written within the last 50 years that have initiated the controversy as The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown. This European tour will bring the book alive as participants actually stand in areas that the story involved including London, Paris and Milan.
Information on these trips and other community education, professional development, and workforce training opportunities is available in HACC's noncredit course schedule at at the Website below.