2023 Alaska: Off The Beaten Path

    Enjoy six days immersed in the stunning landscape of Alaska’s wildernesss, followed by a seven-day cruise from Anchorage, Alaska through the Inside Passage to Vancouver, British Colombia. See Denali National Park—home to a variety of northern wildlife and of course Denali itself (also known as Mt McKinley). In the evenings, relax at your wilderness lodge and roast marshmallows at the fireside patio. Then, on your journey from Alaska to Vancouver, enjoy shore excursions in historic Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan, and Vancouver. As you sail through Glacier Bay National Park, see unique northern wildlife on land and in the water, calving glaciers, and majestic mountains.

    Memories of Migration: Russlaender 100 Tour 1

    The three-part Russlaender Centenary Tour will re-enact the historic migration of 21,000 Mennonites from Russia to Canada beginning in 1923. With the help of established Mennonites, the migrants found new homes in Canada in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution—a time of civil war, famine, and epidemic. This tour celebrates the faith of these newcomers, memorializes the challenges of resettlement, acknowledges race and displacement in Canadian history. The tour is a collaborative effort among Canadian Mennonite historians and heritage enthusiasts. Tour leaders Henry Paetkau and Ingrid Mohleman, along with other historic resource people, will share informative talks during the tour.

    Memories of Migration: Russlaender 100 Tour 2

    The three-part Russlaender Centenary Tour will re-enact the historic migration of 21,000 Mennonites from Russia to Canada beginning in 1923. With the help of established Mennonites, the migrants found new homes in Canada in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution—a time of civil war, famine, and epidemic. This tour celebrates the faith of these newcomers, memorializes the challenges of resettlement, acknowledges race and displacement in Canadian history. The tour is a collaborative effort among Canadian Mennonite historians and heritage enthusiasts. Tour leaders Henry Paetkau and Ingrid Mohleman, along with other historic resource people, will share informative talks during the tour.

    Memories of Migration: Russlaender 100 Tour 3

    The three-part Russlaender Centenary Tour will re-enact the historic migration of 21,000 Mennonites from Russia to Canada beginning in 1923. With the help of established Mennonites, the migrants found new homes in Canada in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution—a time of civil war, famine, and epidemic. This tour celebrates the faith of these newcomers, memorializes the challenges of resettlement, acknowledges race and displacement in Canadian history.  The tour is a collaborative effort among Canadian Mennonite historians and heritage enthusiasts. Tour leaders Henry Paetkau and Ingrid Mohleman, along with other historic resource people, will share informative talks during the tour.