One of Tony’s interests is studying endangered ethnic groups, an interest that has prompted him to travel to remote regions of 91 countries around the globe. Come out and hear of Tony’s stories and tales of adventure. Learn about the unique practices and the interesting challenges the traditional Ocaina tribes are facing. Included in the presentation are artifacts and pertinent historical, anthropological and sociological information. He will talk briefly about his most recent publication “Twenty-Nine Lives”.
Many of Tony’s experiences occurred during these excursions into some of the most remote locations on earth while studying endangered cultures and ethnic groups in an effort to collect as much information about them as possible. While studying those threatened peoples, he attempted to live as they did, often for months on end. Included in the presentation is pertinent historical, anthropological and sociological information.
Tony now resides in Abbotsford.
Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 noon
Fee: $7.00 Member/$10.00 Non-member
Date: October 15, 2014
Location: 32444 Seventh Avenue, Mission, BC