John Fielder: 1/2 African Tour

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, October 23, 2013 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
John Fielder

Visits to Africa & Colorado


   Presented by renowned Photographer and Author: John Fielder

Complimentary Light Refreshments 

available from 6:30 pm

  Thank you to Vi for providing special refreshments tonight!

Visit the Vi website HERE  


Thank you to Starbucks Town Center north for their donation to our refreshments!


We wish to welcome and thank all our new and renewing members from September! 



Friday October 25   


Saturday  October 25    

10 am start


Take a tour through Mooresville in Franktown. Visit a home/museum (4500 sq. ft.) of interesting rooms. Mooresville has a soda shop, bank, saloon, post office, barbershop, kitchen, movie theater with concession and ticket booths, etc. Upstairs visit the Barbie and Ken, Disney, Jungle and President's rooms. Antique cars and much more. Collectibles throughout.

Admission: Help put ornaments on a Christmas Tree in one of the rooms.

 Bring a picnic lunch. Deserts, Chips and Beverages supplied.


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Explore The Africa That No 'Group Tour' Visits

John Fielder visited Zambia and Namibia, two countries with diverse natural landscapes and wildlife viewing the Africa that no 'group tour' visits. He explored the exotic scenery of Zambia by boat and the desert terrain of Namibia by 4x4, drove in an SUV across rugged terrain and viewed such sights as a thousand pink flamingos standing, side by side, in a rain pool of estuarial waters along the Namibian Atlantic Coast, and then watched them fly en masse.

 Denver Mountain Parks:  

100 Years of the Magnificent Dream

Denver Mountain Parks, 22 accessible and 24 mostly inaccessible conservation areas total more than 14,000 acres and comprise one of the most expansive and unique park systems in the West. They extend across the mountains and foothills of Jefferson, Clear Creek, Douglas and Grand Counties, Colorado. From the oak woodlands of Daniels Park (near Highlands Ranch), where the legendary Indian Scout Kit Carson built his last campfire, to the alpine lake near Mt. Evans with a 10,000 year old fen and plants found nowhere else outside the Arctic Circle, the parks showcase an extraordinary variety of settings.

Denver Mountain Parks' visitors can enjoy a concert at Red Rocks, the most acoustically perfect amphitheater in the world, and explore historic sites such as Lookout Mountain, the final resting place of Buffalo Bill Cody-in addition to hiking, fishing, golfing, picnicking or simply relaxing.

John will bring and sign a broad selection of his Colorado books and calendars including his new book  Denver Mountain Parks: 100 Years of the Magnificent Dream. Great for your holiday shopping!

Members are FREE  

  $1 Suggested Donation for Non-members 



Southridge Recreation Center
Upstairs Auditorium
4800 McArthur Ranch Road
Highlands Ranch 80130