$65 – $75

Explorers Club: Safari Night

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46 East 70th Street

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Safari is the Swahili word for Journey, and on Wednesday, November 29th, The Explorers Club will celebrate journeys throughout Africa in this unique cultural evening. Come and enjoy the sounds of singer and drummer Tina Kokulaki, expert safari presentations, and traditional foods of Tanzania and East Africa.

Richard Wiese, of Born to Explore, will be speaking about his over 40 years of experience on expedition in Africa. Alan Feldstein will be speaking on the amazing work of the Cheetah Conservation Fund and how it is saving the last 8000 cheetahs left in the wild. Francis Assadi and Eliana Escobedo will share the stories of Extraordinary Conservationists with a Panotriptych Photo Expedition. Nicci Young Wiese, founder of the Africa Foundation and currently trustee of Empowers Africa, will focus on how an african safari can touch your soul. Artist Alison Nicholls will discuss how her experiences with African People & Wildlife (Tanzania) and Painted Dog Research Trust (Zimbabwe) changed and enriched her perspectives on both art and African conservation.

Enjoy authentic Tanzanian cusine by Tanzanian chefs, including Vitumbua (Fried rice cakes), Pilau wa kuku (seasoned rice with chicken), Garden salad w/ mangoes, Chapati (flat bread), Nyama ya mchuzi (meat stew), and Samosas (meat + veggie).

From the heights of Kilimanjaro, to the villages and peoples of the bush, come along and join us on this Journey, for and exciting and educational evening on Safari at The Explorers Club.

Click here for the listing on explorers.org

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Header photo courtesy of African People & Wildlife

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