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Fall 2022
Bus Trips

 

Yes, bus trips will continue to have its own separate section up front, making these listings easier for you to find. Since we are still in uncharted COVID territory, these rules involving bus trips from Spring/Summer will continue.

1. Have your vaccination card ready to show at the bus door.
2. Wear a mask on the bus and likely at the venue.
3. If COVID worsens, we will hold the checks and let you know that we are doing so. We will adjust as necessary to the conditions we find this fall.

 

1. Mystery Trip
On this trip you will not solve a mystery. Instead our destination will be a mystery to you until we arrive at each stop. Be prepared to encounter the unexpected, take a close look at something new, and be awed. Elizabeth is excited to take you for a ride, listen to your speculation of our destination, and watch your reactions as the day progresses. We will have fun! Limit 112
Coordinator: Elizabeth Fischer (715) 874-5633
Thursday: September 22
The bus departs 29 Pines at 7:30 a.m. and returns around 4:45 p.m.
Pick up is at Marketplace at 8:00 a.m. We arrive back about 4:15 p.m.
Cost: $79 Does not include tips for driver or wait staff.

 

2. Birds in Art Trip at Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum and Tour of Historic Sites, Wausau
See 118 works of bird art at the 47th annual exhibit. Choose a hot beef sandwich, chicken salad wrap, or country grilled chicken sandwich at Wausau’s Landmark 2510 Restaurant, Bakery, and Deli for lunch. Enjoy a guided tour of historic sites in Wausau narrated by a historian from the Marathon County Historical Society. We will stop at the Hawkeye Dairy Store in Abbotsford on the way home. Limit 54
Coordinator: Joyce Robbins (715) 931-7611
Kathy Campell (715) 559-4140
Wednesday: September 28
Bus leaves MarketPlace at 7:30 and arrives back about 5:30 p.m.
Bus departs 29 Pines at 8:00 a.m. and returns around 5:00 p.m.
Cost: $59. Does not include tip for driver and purchases at the dairy store.
Be prepared at registration to select your lunch choice.

 

3. Buddy! The Buddy Holly Story at the History Theatre
Experience a part bio-musical, part rock ‘n roll concert, and part toe-tappin’ & hand-clappin’ celebration of the music of Buddy Holly. His meteoric rise to fame happened as he crossed racial barriers and rose to the top of the charts in just four short years. His appearance in Minnesota was part of the legendary Winter Dance Party tour that brought him to Duluth and St. Paul just before his finale at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa. After the 10:00 a.m. performance, we will proceed to Grand Avenue in St. Paul for lunch and shopping. Limit 112/day Sign up for one day only.
Coordinator: Elizabeth Fischer (715) 828-0768
Thursday: October 6 A
Thursday: October 13 B
Bus departs 29 Pines at 7:45 a.m. and returns around 4:00 p.m.
Bus leaves Marketplace at 8:15 a.m. and arrives back about 3:30 p.m.
Cost: $62 Driver’s tip and lunch are not included.

 

4. Sally and Tom at the Guthrie Theater
Playwright Luce has sky-high hopes for her latest script, which examines the complex relationship between Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson. To catch the attention of more notable producers, Luce recruits her longtime collaborator (and lover) Mike to direct, and then casts herself and Mike in the lead roles. Their creative visions align at first, but things unravel quickly as they find themselves at odds and deeply entangled in Sally and Tom’s story. Limit 112
Coordinator: Elizabeth Fischer (715) 828-0768
Wednesday: November 2
Bus departs 29 Pines at 9:15 a.m. and returns around 6:00 p.m.
Bus leaves Marketplace at 9:45 and arrives back about 5:30 p.m.
We arrive at the Guthrie about 11:15 so you will have time for lunch on your own at area restaurants. The play starts at 1:00 p.m.
Cost: $55. Lunch and driver’s tip are not included.

 

Watch for a Special Flyer in Early November
It is your invitation to the CVLR Holiday Luncheon at The Florian Gardens December 1. We will have entertainment, refreshing punch, and a delicious meal. You will enjoy seeing The Florian Gardens decorated for the holidays.