On Thursday, February 20, 2014, the Hotel Fauchere, in cooperation with the Columns Museum, will offer a special dinner and program in honor of World Day of Social Justice, as declared by the United Nations in 2007. Following a dinner inspired by cuisine from various countries, Tamara Singer will show a presentation on indigenous tribes. Ms. Singer is an explorer and photographer who lived among the tribes of Irian Jaya, Myanmar, Ethiopia and others.
The dinner will be held in the Delmonico Room at the Hotel Fauchere at 6 p.m. and will include three courses and a glass of wine. The cost is $40 per person for the evening and $5 of each reservation will be donated back to the Columns Museum. Seating is limited. Reservations can be made by contacting Hillary Needleman at email@example.com or by calling 570-409-1212, ext. 150.
“We are proud to present Tamara’s exceptional work and I, personally, am looking forward to hearing more about her fascinating adventures in remote parts of the world,” said Lori Strelecki, the Columns Museum curator.
Kelli Daniels, the new Executive Chef for the Hotel Fauchere, will create the evening’s menu based on the culinary traditions of the countries where Ms. Singer lived and photographed indigenous tribes.
Ms. Singer’s work captures the vanishing rituals and customs of tribal people, while bringing attention to the value they represent, and the challenges they face as the world around them threatens their future.
For more information about this event, The Columns Museum, or the Pike County Historical Society, please visit www.pikehistorical.org or call 570-296-8126.
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