Dec 31, 2009 staff reports Uncategorized Comments Off on B’ville: Canton Woods travel agenda
Bingo Bus to the Turning Stone
Thursday Jan. 14
Begin the New Year with a visit to the Turning Stone Casino in Vernon. Trip includes deluxe Quality Coach transportation; $15 bonus for the bingo hall or casino; $5 food credit and driver’s tip. Sign-up any time at the center. Cost: $20 per person payable to Belle Tours LLC.
Bus pick-ups: Alliance Bank Stadium, 8:15 a.m.; Conifer, 8:40 a.m.; Canton Woods, 9 a.m. Return home about 5 p.m., departing Turning Stone at 4 p.m.
Second annual warm & cozy Seneca Winery tour
Saturday Jan. 23
Travel and warm your hearts and tummies on a fun day out to the Seneca Wine Trail. Included in the day are: deluxe Quality Coach transportation with snacks on the bus; wine tasting at Belhurst Castle, Anthony Road Wine Cellar, Glenora Winery, Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards and Wagner Vineyards. A lunch will be available (at your own cost) at Glenora Winery. Cost: $ 55 per person payable to Belle Tours LLC.
Bus pick-ups: Alliance Stadium, 8:30 a.m.; Conifer, 8:45 a.m.; Canton Woods, 8:45 a.m. Return home about 6 p.m.
Seneca Niagara Casino
Wednesday Feb. 3
Winter day out to Niagara Falls visiting the Seneca Niagara Casino for a day of fun and gambling. The Casino bonus is $15 slot bonus and $5 food. (This could change at the discretion of the Casino). Cost: $40 per person payable to Belle Tours LLC. Sign up any time at the center. Must have proof of birth to get on the bus.
Bus pick-ups: Alliance Stadium, 6:30 a.m.; Conifer, 6:45 a.m.; Canton Woods, 7 a.m. Return home about 6 p.m. Return home about 7:30 p.m.; minimum of 35 people needed for this trip to go.
Shamrock’s and Shenanigans — St. Patrick’s Day celebration
Thursday March 18
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at the Holiday Inn in Auburn with an afternoon of music and fun. Laura Roth, also known as Public Energy #1, will entertain with Irish Tunes, comedy and impersonations. Irish eyes will be smiling with this endearing show. Wearin ‘o’ the green will help celebrate this fun day. Lunch selections include choice of Irish Heartland Pot Roast or Chicken Dijon. Cost: $71 per person payable to Canton Woods Senior Center. Sign up Friday Feb. 19. Doors open at 8 a.m. and numbers will be handed out at this time.
Bus pick-ups: Radisson, 10:30 a.m.; Conifer, 10:45 a.m.; Canton Woods, 11 a.m. Return home about 4:15 p.m.
March 21 to 27 (seven days and six nights)
Cost: $2,249 per person based on double occupancy; $2,899 per person based on single occupancy. Optional cancellation insurance is available for an additional cost of $140 per person. ($200 non-refundable). Total amount due now. Please make checks payable to Belle Tours LLC. Fully escorted by Jacki Abbott.
April 9 to 18 (10 days and eight nights)
Cost: $2,999 per person based on double occupancy; $3,499 per person based on single occupancy. Fully escorted by Jacki Abbott. Cancellation insurance available at an additional cost of $200 per person. A deposit of $1,400 is due now payable to Belle Tours LLC. Final payment due Feb. 3. A complete detailed itinerary is available at the Center. ($200 non refundable). More information is available at Canton Woods.
Lancaster — ‘Joseph’
May 4 to 6 (three days and two nights)
The Sight and Sound Millennium Theatre has a new show, “Joseph.” Experience a cast of 45 professional actors, dozens of live animals and an amazing dream sequence with Joseph and his coat of many colors as it flies over the audience. The trip will include: Deluxe Quality Coach transportation; two nights hotel accommodations at the Country Inn of Lancaster; dinner at the Good and Plenty restaurant; dinner and show at the Dutch Apple Theatre where we will see “Meet me in St. Louis;” A Hershey Chocolate Town Tour complete with a guided tour of Founder’s Hall and Chocolate World with a chocolate tasting; free time at Kitchen Kettle Village; all taxes and gratuities. Cost: $490 per person based on double occupancy; $460 per person based on triple occupancy; $580 per person based on single occupancy. $100 (non-refundable) due now. Balance due March 22.
Wildwood New Jersey
May 31 to June 4 (five days and four nights)
Wildwood is the ultimate New Jersey shore getaway. Five days to bask in the sun and walk the boardwalk. The tour includes: Deluxe Quality coach transportation; four nights hotel accommodations at the Bal Harbor Hotel; four full breakfasts; four full dinners including one prime rib; four nights of spectacular entertainment including a show at the Performing Arts Center, a cocktail party with live entertainment, a local dinner show and a gala evening with dinner, dancing and prizes; an ice cream social at the 50’s-themed Cool Scoop Parlor; a sightseeing dolphin watch cruise; visits to Victorian Cape May, Historic Smithville, Sunset Beach and Cape May lighthouse and much more. All taxes and gratuities and driver’s gratuity are also included. Cost: $530 per person based on double occupancy; $605 per person based on single occupancy. A deposit of $100 (non-refundable) due now payable to Belle Tours LLC. Final balance due April 1.
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