The Outer Banks of North Carolina: Islands that Made History with Nadia Leschenko April 7, 2012
Many foreigners do not know about one of the most beautiful parts of the United States: the Outer Banks of North Carolina. These islands spread across 200 miles as barrier islands off the coast of the state and are a popular tourist destination for many Americans. It has unique flora, animal wildlife and weather patterns.
The Outer Banks played an important role in American history as well. One sneak peek: the Wright brothers’ first flight took place from these islands in 1903.
Come join us Saturday, April 7th, at 12 p.m. to find out many more unique things about these beautiful islands! This presentation will be given by Nadia Leschenko Kobus, alumna of the FLEX program and former Coordinator at American Councils for International Education, who is a longtime resident of these Islands.
Lecture will be in English.