Moderated by Mohamed Esa, foreign languages professor, and co-sponsored by the Carroll County Public Library, Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker Leo Eaton speaks about the making of “Sacred Journeys” for PBS. “Sacred Journeys” takes viewers to four continents to see some of the most celebrated, challenging and spectacular religious pilgrimages.
Event begins at 7:00PM
Presented by: McDaniel College and Carroll County Public Library
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