Cruise with Kiwanis to Vietnam, Cambodia & the Mekong River

The final Kiwanis Travelogue of the season has Asian flair.

Saturday, May 11 is the last Kiwanis Travelogue of the fall 2012/spring 2013 season and is highlighted by an exciting exploration of two diverse countries, Vietnam and Cambodia. Presented by filmmakers Clint and Sue Denn, this promises to be a spectacular trip along the Mekong River for an exploration of a land that had been the source of so much pain in the 1960s for both Americans and the people of Vietnam.

Vietnam and Cambodia are two intriguing Asian locations and this Kiwanis travelogue will start out in Hanoi, renowned for its graceful colonial architecture and frenetic streets to the mystical “Bay of the Descending Dragon,” Ha Long Bay as the travelogue boards La Marguerite for the exciting AMA/Waterways cruise of the historic Mekong River.

Clint has enjoyed a varied career in photography, travel, writing, acting and teaching. He journeyed to every continent where exciting adventures and discoveries have molded his deep appreciation of the world’s people, animals, and natural wonders. Together with his wife Sue, Clint shares his experiences with audiences across the nation.

Individual performances are $8 a person; students $2. Shows begin at 7:30 p.m. with pre-show entertainment at 7:10 p.m.

For further information or to order tickets, visit, or call (818) 790-9901. Payment in advance can be made by sending a check to Kiwanis Club of La Cañada, P.O. Box 33, La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91012. Tickets are available at the door. Major credit cards are accepted.