2014 - 2015 World Adventure Series!
The World Adventure Series is held September through April each year in the National Geographic Giant Screen Theater - you can travel the globe via the six-story screen, where filmmakers personally present their films. This film series has been held for more than 40 years at the Putnam, making it one of the most popular programs each year.
$42/Adults • $36/Senior/Student/Military • $30/Youth
$8.50/Adults • $7.50/Students/Seniors/Military • $6.50/Youth
* Special Event Individual tickets:
$10/Adults • $9/Students/Seniors/Military • $8/Youth (7:00 showing ONLY)
Putnam members receive $1 off individual ticket prices listed above.
Presentations at 1:00 and 7:00 p.m.
South America: Quest for Wonder
Presented by Richard Bangs
September 16, 2014
See some of the most magnificent wonders on the planet in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador.
Rudy Maxa’s New Zealand & Australia
With Special Guest: Wide River Winery
October 14, 2014
Explore the famed Sydney Opera House, the Blue Mountains and the Great Barrier Reef. Stops also include the fruit and olive groves of Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand.
Rudy Maxa’s Beautiful Italy
With Italian-Style hors d’oeuvres
November 11, 2014
Explore vivacious Milan, serene Lake Como, the Italian Riviera, Hill Towns of Tuscany and Umbria then winds his way across this largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, Sicily.
Treasures of Taiwan
Presented by Buddy Hatton
February 17, 2015
You will quickly come to understand why this island nation was aptly named Formosa – the “beautiful” island - by the Portuguese when they first discovered it.
Rudy Maxa’s South Africa
March 17, 2015
South Africa’s most beautiful places, captured like never before! Get up-close and personal with animals, stunning Cape Town and the Garden Route along a wild, rugged coastline.
Discovering the Dutch
Presented by Sandy Mortimer
April 14, 2015
This adventure goes beyond the clichés and gabled houses and into the stories of history already made - as well as today’s life and
history in the making.
For more information, please call 563-324-1933