The Geography Game Show is coming to town
|October 31, 2012||Filled under Education||
The Renaissance School in Shelburne will host The Geography Game Show, an interactive learning experience, on Sunday, Nov. 11. Cape Cod artist Neal Nichols devised a game show by drawing a map of the world entirely from memory. With a marker and a white board, he outlines the world continents, capitals, mountain ranges, and bodies of water and then quizzes the audience on the locations of various countries, cities, cultural, and geographical features. Nichols has devoted his life to world travel. In 1992, his travels, combined with his artistic abilities and photographic memory, led to the creation of The Geography Game Show. Gifted at engaging kindergarteners, their grandparents, and everyone in between, Nichols will show how he has captivated audiences across America and made geography entertaining!
Two shows are planned, one at 1 pm and the other at 4 pm. Tickets are $10 per person or $30 for a family of four or more. Space is limited. Tickets may be reserved at www.ebay.com (search Geography Game Show Vermont). All questions should be directed to email@example.com or call (802) 425-2355.