At Taste of Adventure, you’ll spend the evening at the Conference Center in the Wildlife Museum exploring the unique culture, history and cuisine of a different place. Each experience includes social time, a self-guided tour of the Wildlife Museum with a visit to the Earl Bane Gallery to see our latest exhibit, a delectable dinner featuring the cuisine of the featured country, and a presentation by an authority on the subject.

Admission to Taste of Adventure (that includes all of the above), is $30 for members, $35 for non members.

Make your (required) reservations online, by calling (785)827-9488 ext. 117, or e-mail Reservation deadline is 5:00 pm the Tuesday before each event.

Next Taste of Adventure is scheduled in November!

Taste of Adventure - Israel & Mediterranean
November 15, 2015 at 6:00 p.m.

Join us as we explore the culture, cuisine, and history of Isreal and parts of the Mediterranean, with guest speaker Julie Bodenhamer.

Julie grew up in Wichita, and has always had a passion for history, culture, and all things “old.” Ms. Bodenhamer received a B.A in Anthropology from Wichita State University, and a M.A. in Biblical Archaeology and Ancient Languages from Wheaton College.

Ms. Bodemer has excavated at the first temple period burial site of Ketef Hinnom outside the walls of the Old City in Jerusalem and the Mediterranean seaport of Tel Dor in Israel, and has traveled extensively throughout the Mediterranean region. She has also worked as a volunteer in the collections department and research library of Pueblo Grande Museum in Phoenix, helping to preserve a 1500 year old Hohokam village.

Julie is married and mother to two boys, Logan and Jordan, ages 13 and 10. Her family loves to travel and explore the world through the lens of history, heritage, and culture.

The Taste of Adventure series is sponsored by:
Rolling Hills Museum
Rolling Hills Animals
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