Saturday, March 2, 2019 - 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Kingman Museum and Kiwanis Club of Battle Creek together present the 75th Annual Passport to Discovery Film Series! For the third presentation in this year’s compilation, we are excited to host Steve McCurdy and his travel documentary “Scenes from an Italian Journey.”

Almost everyone knows something about Italy – from history,religion, art and architecture – to pizza. But now experience a whole level of learning about this incredible country. From the festivals to the pastry chefs, fishing the Adriatic to enjoying the cheese of shepherds. Experience the life of Rome and see the work of her master sculptors, painters and architecture. In this Italian Journey, you’ll gain an understanding of Italy’s goodness, her hidden beauty and her impassioned soul. And understand her not only with your head, but more importantly- with your heart.

Steve McCurdy has directed and filmed in over twenty countries working as an independent filmmaker, producing for private and corporate organizations. Appearing in person to share his experiences, Steve has a strong interest to understand how people discover and find meaning in their lives, and believes that life has meaning regardless of circumstances.

Bring the whole family and join us at The Kool Family Community Center in Battle Creek on Saturday, March 2, 2019 @ 1:00pm. Single tickets $9 at the door. Children 12 and under free. Raffle prizes and light refreshments with proceeds benefiting many local Kiwanis Club youth programs.


Kool Family Community Center
200 W Michigan Ave
Battle Creek, MI 49017


Cost: Single tickets $9 at the door
Event Website: Click to Visit
Organizer: Kingman Museum and Kiwanis Club of Battle Creek
Organization: Kingman Museum and Kiwanis Club of Battle Creek
Organizer Phone: (269) 965-0000
Organizer Email: Not Provided


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