The “Armchair Film Adventures” series at Coos Bay Public Library continues on Tuesday, September 10th at 2:00 p.m. in the Myrtlewood Meeting Room. “Africa Tanzania, Southern Serengeti and The Great Migration” will be the featured documentary. The Serengeti National Park/Ngorongoro Conservation Area is arguably the most impressive wildlife sanctuary in the world. The Serengeti plain is a vast expanse of east African bush with over 11,500 square miles and was known as “Maasailand”, named by early explorers for the people who lived here with the wild animals in remarkable harmony. “The Great Wildebeest Migration” involves 1.5 million Wildebeest along with 200,000 zebras & gazelles migrating from the vast Serengeti plains to the hills of Kenya’s Maasai Mara. Moving with the migration are predators of all shapes and sizes culling the weak. January to March is calving season, a time when the rains come bringing with them green nourishing grasses for the several hundred thousand calves born each year. Arusha is where many artists congregate for Tanzanian handicrafts, including beautiful Makonde Ebony woodcarving & Tingatinga oil painting. Featured wildlife also includes the largest predator on the Serengeti plain, the magnificent lion; the bat-eared fox; hyena pups, giraffes, ostriches, and elephants. Viewers can enjoy a playful family of cheetah cubs & their mom basking in the early morning light and cheer in excitement for gazelles as they attack a jackal that made the mistake of chasing a baby gazelle. Everyone is welcome at this program sponsored by The Friends of Coos Bay Public Library. No admission is charged and refreshments will be provided. Please call 269-1101 for further information about this program. The library is located at 525 Anderson Avenue in Coos Bay.