606 4th St
Dayton, OR 97114
Dayton’s Popular Travel Program
“Varieties of Travel”
9 am.-noon, Saturday, April 29
Location: Dayton Community Center, 606 4th St.
(See schedule below)
Like the past two programs, this one will feature speakers describing various types of low-cost and offbeat ways to see the world.
The program is sponsored by the Dayton Community Development Association and has been organized by John Francis and Caye Poe of Dayton.
9:00 A service club’s project is a good way to see a country. Example described: The Lions Club’s low-vision project in Mexico. Edwina Swart, Portland.
9:15 Motorcycle Touring: Fun and different. Mike Paull, Whitson.
9:30 Medical help by a single person while walking through Africa. Reggie Graves, Newberg
9:45 Traveling by scooter through Asia and the Americas. Backpack living. Scott English, Dallas.
10:00 “Oregon Partners”: Oregon’s annual cultural exchange with Costa Rica. (New members welcome.) Susan Sager, McMinnville.
10:15 Helping women start a sewing business in Kenya, Tanzania, and Madagascar. Caye Poe, Dayton.
10:30 Travel Clubs: a quick overview of clubs that can make a trip fun and cheaper. John Francis, Dayton
10:45 Cycle Touring. Veteran cyclist Peter Higbee of McMinnville recently rode across the entire U.S
11:00 Twelve years with NGOs and agencies in Asia. Steve Parker, McMinnville
11:15 Marí Sandoval of Dayton tells of her recent journey along the El Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage trail in Portugal and Spain.
11:30 Arranging all your travels yourself online can land you in a lot of difficulties. Donna Mantie, manager of Newberg Travel, will outline some of the advantages of using a travel agent.
11:40 Listen to Kids: 9-year-old Alisha Payane of McMinnville explains what adults should consider when taking children on trips.
11:45 Travel Tips: Advice gained from experience. Caye Poe, Dayton.