AMC members and non-members welcome. Wine, cheese, appetizers, coffee and dessert will be served at 6.30 p.m. followed by the presentation at 7:30 p.m., which will last about one hour with time for Q&A.
Stamford-based Roberts has traveled to 70 countries and explored every continent, usually with hiking boots, and always with a camera. Over the years, he has shared his images and experiences from these travels in more than 20 presentations at AMC events, as well as at many other locations. In the presentation, Roberts will focus on and highlight many of the natural wonders he has seen and photographed in his travels. The presentation will feature wildlife in Africa, North and South America, Europe, Asia, the Arctic and Antarctica, and some of the fascinating people living in the remotest areas around the globe.
Roberts is a retired corporate executive and has previously presented on topics ranging from climbing Kilimanjaro, hiking to Everest Base Camp, South-West Africa, Ethiopia, Egypt, Mali, Rajasthan, South-East Asia, Bolivia, Syria and Jordan, Myanmar, the Galapagos Islands, Brazil and the Arctic.
Cost is $6 for members and $8 for non-members. No reservations are required.
St. Thomas Church is located in downtown Bethel on Route 302, one block east of PT Barnum Square
Founded in 1876, the Appalachian Mountain Club is America’s oldest conservation and recreation organization. With more than 100,000 members, advocates and supporters in the Northeast and beyond, the nonprofit AMC promotes the protection, enjoyment and stewardship of the mountains, forests, waters and trails of the Appalachian region. The AMC supports natural resource conservation while encouraging responsible recreation, based on the philosophy that successful, long-term conservation depends upon first-hand enjoyment of the natural environment.
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