Road Scholar: Exploring Unusual Societies

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Road Scholar: Exploring Unusual Societies

If you have never experienced Road Scholar programs, you are in for a treat! Road Scholar, formerly known as Elderhostel, is an educational travel program for adults. In this video, join tour guide and Iowa State University Extension Communities Field Specialist Diane Van Wyngarden as she shares some of the interesting places to visit in Iowa. Be sure to check the Road Scholar website frequently for your next chance to join one of these rewarding travel programs.

3 Responses to “Road Scholar: Exploring Unusual Societies”

  1. Myrt Buell Says:

    This was our 21st Elderhostel, and all have been great, but Diane made this one extraordinary. The video was just a small representation of how enjoyable and educational this program was. Thanks, Diane!

  2. Bill Buell Says:

    Enjoyed the video. It brought back pleasant memories of the things we did and the places we visited. Diane was an important start to the video. Although the scheduled itinerary was very interesting, Diane with her excellent leadership made the week one of the best programs we have attended. The Amana colony town was a good choice to spotlight our trip.

  3. Paula Blessman Says:

    Thanks for sharing the video clip! The Amana Colonies is definitely a unique and interesting destination with its handcrafted furniture, arts, and crafts; great dining; shopping; and wineries and brewery. I’m sure the group enjoyed itself both here and in the nearby Amish community as well!

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