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Active Adults Trips

Trips depart from the Regent Center

Potawatomi Casino (Ages 50+)
Thursday, April 18, 9 am–5 pm
Cost: $49 members/$59 nonmembers

At the Potawatomi Casino in Milwaukee, WI choose from 3,000 slots, blackjack, craps, roulette, poker, bingo off-track betting, and more. Our package includes $10 casino play and $10 food coupon. Dining options include Canal Street Cafe, Cream City Coffee, Dream Dance Steakhouse, and the Potawatomi Marketplace. Must bring a valid ID on the trip. Departs from the Regent Center. Registration deadline: April 5

Chicago River Cruise
Tuesday, June 11, 10:30 am–6 pm

Cost: $130 members/$155 nonmembers
Experience the best of Chicago with an architectural lunch cruise and spend your afternoon on the Chicago River with dining, picturesque views, and a narrated tour of the city. While onboard, you’ll enjoy a chef-prepared plated meal of your choice between Buttermilk-Brined Chicken Breast, Atlantic Striped Bass, or Lemon Potato Gnocchi. After our afternoon on the River, we’ll stop at Garrett Popcorn for some shopping. This trip includes transportation, plated lunch, and tour. Dress code is casual cocktail attire. Registration deadline: May 20.

Pullman National Monument
Friday, July 26, 8:15 am—4:30 pm
Cost: $119 members/$145 nonmembers

Located in one of Chicago’s most historic neighborhoods is the National Park Service’s newly created Pullman National Monument. In 1880, industrialist George Pullman, the owner of the Pullman Railroad Car Company, makers of the famous Pullman rail cars, built America’s first company town, complete with a factory, a housing community, stores and a hotel. We’ll visit the National Monument Visitor Center in the newly renovated Pullman Administration Building. While touring the Historic Pullman Foundation Exhibit Hall we will see an audiovisual presentation giving an overview of Pullman. The Hall also features exhibits and photographs of this amazing story. Next, we will tour the neighborhood and learn about this incredible district. A Pullman guide takes us on a leisurely walking and riding tour to see the highlights of this area. See the famous Hotel Florence, stroll past the red brick Romanesque and Gothic architectural row houses, and learn about Pullman’s demise. Lunch is at the picturesque Harborside International Golf Center on Lake Calumet. Lunch choices are Applewood Chicken Melt or a Burger. Please note there is limited space on this trip. Registration deadline: July 1.

Amish Country Part II
Thursday, August 22, 7 am—9 pm
Cost: $145 members/$170 nonmembers

Back by popular demand! Enjoy a delightful getaway as we travel to northern Indiana’s scenic Amish Country. Upon our arrival near Middlebury, IN, a local guide joins us to take us on a fascinating tour to experience the Amish lifestyle. These Amish backroads meander between its beautiful lakes dotted with farms, markets, and small shops as the sounds of horses pulling buggies fill the air. See the quaint family-owned homespun businesses such as Das Dutchman Essenhause bakery, Teaberry Wood Products, free time to shop in Shipshewana just to name a few. A highlight of your day will be at lunch when we visit an Amish family home where you are treated to fine hospitality and a fabulous and delicious home-cooked Amish Thresher meal! We will make a stop at an oasis on the way home to stretch our legs and grab a snack. The fee includes lunch, a tour, and transportation. Registration deadline: July 19

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