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Wilson College Film/Dinner Treats Viewers to "The Best of Bavaria"

Posted: October 28, 2011

Bavaria has been called “Germany’s Heaven.” Filmmakers Fran and Brooke Reidelberger call it a photographer’s dream. Their film, “The Best of Bavaria,” will be shown as part of the Wilson College World Travel Film and Ethnic Dinner Series on Tuesday, Nov. 15.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE:
Oct. 28, 2011
CONTACT: Kathy Lehman, Director of Conferences and Special Events
Phone: 717-262-2003
Email: kathy.lehman@wilson.edu

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – Bavaria has been called “Germany’s Heaven.” Filmmakers Fran and Brooke Reidelberger call it a photographer’s dream. Their film, “The Best of Bavaria,” will be shown as part of the Wilson College World Travel Film and Ethnic Dinner Series on Tuesday, Nov. 15. The evening includes a buffet dinner of dishes representative of the Bavarian region of Germany at 6 p.m. in Laird Hall, followed by the film with commentary by Fran Reidelberger at 7 p.m. in Thomson Hall’s Alumnae Chapel.

Located in the southeastern part of Germany, Bavaria is one of the oldest states of Europe and its history and beauty have made it one of the world’s top tourist destinations. In “The Best of Bavaria,” the Reidelbergers travel from the flatlands of Franconia to Alpine peaks, mixing old and new, ancient and modern, mountains and forests, cities and towns, people and things, the mundane and the magnificent, to create an entertaining and enlightening presentation.

The Reidelbergers have filmed and produced more than 15 travel/adventure shows and given more than 4,000 film/lecture presentations in the United States and Canada. Winner of the travelogue industry’s coveted “Speaker of the Year” award, Fran Reidelberger appears regularly on all major travel lecture platforms.

The dinner menu includes: warmer blaukrautsalat (warm red cabbage salad), kartoffenkuche (Bavarian potato pancake), bofflamot (marinated beef), gemusepichelsteiner (Bavarian vegetable stew) and karottenkuchen (carrot cake).

Reservations are required for the dinner and tickets must be purchased at least one week in advance. Tickets for the dinner are: $18.25 per meal for adults, senior citizens and students ages 10 to 18; and $11 for children under 10.

Tickets to the film and lecture are $6.75 for adults, $5.75 for seniors, $2.75 for children ages 10 to 18; children under 10 get in free. Seating is unreserved, but attendees are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance. If seats are available, additional single tickets for the film can be purchased at the door Tuesday evening.

Call the Wilson College Office of Conferences and Special Events at 717-262-2003 to make reservations or order tickets.

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Founded in 1869, Wilson College is a liberal arts college dedicated to the education of women. Affiliated with the Presbyterian Church and located in Chambersburg, Pa. Wilson offers bachelor’s degrees in 30 areas and master’s degrees in education and the humanities. The college’s 2011-12 enrollment in the College for Women and the Adult Degree Programs is 746 and includes 21 students from 10 foreign countries.

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Last Updated: October 28, 2011