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ORCHARD VIEW TRAVELERS231.760.1376Proven QualityCustomer SatisfactionLeaders in TravelOur Commitment to YOUR Health & SafetyWe are excited to welcome you back to enjoy traveling. The safety and well-being of our guests isour top priority—which is why we have implemented stringent cleaning and disinfecting measureson our motorcoaches; while still allowing for an enjoyable & memorable travel experience. To protecteveryone while onboard, the motorcoach cabin air is completely exchanged with fresh, outside airevery ten minutes. At this time we are still operating at a lower passenger capacity. In addition, handsanitizer will be available on all coaches. Passengers may be required to wear a facial covering duringsome parts of their tour experience (based on business &/or state guidelines). Most importantly— please stay home if you are not feeling well.We look forward to seeing you!To celebrate our 50th ANNIVERSARY we willbe giving away (4) 50 GIFT CERTIFICATESthroughout the year. Any guest who travelswith us during 2022 will automaticallybe entered into the drawing!Please join us at noon to discuss what’snew in the world of travel. We will exploreupcoming trips, offer more detailedinformation on tours that interest you,enjoy lunch (on your own), and give away a gift certificate!This is a great place to meet new friends or perhaps find atraveling companion.You MUST register for the luncheons (limited seating) bycalling 231.760.1376, then meet us at the restaurants listedbelow!July 18, MondayToast ‘N Jams211 Seminole Road, MuskegonNovember 21, MondayCherokee Restaurant1971 W. Sherman Blvd, MuskegonVisit Us OnlineWe invite you to visit us online atorchardviewce.org/travelTake a peek at our new tours toexciting destinations, as well asinteresting changes (per our travelers’suggestions) to time tested favorites.We’ll give you a preview ofthese great destinations withour detailed trip flyers.

RESERVATION INFORMATIONRESERVATIONS:Trip reservations can be made by calling our office during regular business hours or bystopping in our office. The following information is necessary to process yourreservation: name, address, telephone number, and desired pick up location.BY PHONE:Give us a call at 231-760-1376.WALK-IN:We are located within Orchard View Community Education Center at 1765 Ada Avenuein Muskegon, directly behind Huntington Bank on Apple Avenue, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm,Monday through Thursday and 8:00 am - 12:00 pm, Friday.PAYMENTS:Payment options include cash, check, or credit card. Mailed payments should be sent to:1765 Ada Avenue, Muskegon, MI 49442. Trips are filled on a first come, first served basis,call to register before mailing in payments. Deposits are required within seven days ofmaking a reservation. Please understand that your reservation is not secure unlesspayment has been received.TRIP DETAILS:Day Trips: All details are listed in this brochure. You will not receive any information in themail or by phone prior to departure.Extended Trips: Information will be mailed out 10-14 days prior to departure.PICK UP LOCATIONS:Orchard View Travelers strives to accommodate as many passengers as possible, withmultiple pick up and drop off locations. A minimum number of travelers may be requiredfor certain locations. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your departure time! If you are latefor your pick up you may drive to the next nearest location and board there. Unfortunately,“No Shows” will NOT be granted a refund for any portion of the tour. Muskegon - Orchard View High School, 16 N. Quarterline (back lot, near soccer field) Grand Haven - Meijer, 15000 US 31 (NW corner by parking A & B) Holland - Big Lots at US 31 and James Street, 2353 N. Park Drive Grand Rapids - Behind the former Bob Evans, I-96 & Walker (exit 28), 3040 Walker NW Whitehall - Family Farm & Home, 3165 E. Colby (NE corner)TRIP PROTECTION:Orchard View Travelers recommends that you purchase a travel protection plan to helpprotect you and your travel investment against the unexpected. For more informationon the available plans or to enroll, contact Travelex Insurance Services at800-228-9792 and reference location number 22-1104.Travel Insurance is underwritten by, Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance Company, NAIC #22276. W20REFUNDS ANDCANCELLATIONS:A full refund will be issued if a trip is cancelled by Orchard View Travelers. If youneed to cancel your trip, cancellation penalties are listed below:Day Trips: 90-60 days out: 15 cancellation fee, 59-31 days: deposit is nonrefundableplus any supplier fees, 30-1 day: trip cost is nonrefundable (if seat is resold, you will befully refunded, less your deposit.)Extended Trips: 90-45 days out: 75 cancellation fee plus any supplier fees, 44-31days: deposit is nonrefundable plus any supplier fees, 30-1 day: trip cost is nonrefundable (if seat is resold, you will be fully refunded, less your deposit.)Trips with Air Included: Cancellation penalties will vary. Call Orchard View Travelersor check trip flyer for refund policies.DISCLAIMER:All tour inclusions are subject to availability. Orchard View Travelers reserves the rightto revise your itinerary and make substitutions of equal value. OVT reserves the rightto alter their refund/cancellation policy when cancellation or postponement of travel isattributable to: conditions resulting from an act of God, natural or man-made disaster,fire, government action, civil disorder, war, or unavailability of transportation through nofault of Orchard View Travelers.SPECIAL REQUESTS:Special requests such as bed size, adjoining or adjacent rooms, smoking rooms,ground floor, dietary requests, etc. must be made at the time of reservation, or nocloser than 30 days prior to departure. Orchard View Travelers will pass on specialrequests to our vendors. These requests cannot be guaranteed, as vendors may notalways be able to honor them.ELIGIBILITY ANDMOBILITY:To fully enjoy your travel experience, you should be in good physical and mentalhealth. If you have any physical or mental limitations, please advise us of your situationwhen making your reservation. Travelers who require assistance must be accompaniedby an able companion who will provide all necessary assistance. To be fair to all travelers,we reserve the right to decline or remove anyone whose health or behavior impacts thesafety, welfare or enjoyment of the group.Minimum age for passengers on our tours varies. Children must be “age appropriate” forthe trip (any questions, please call our office). Anyone under 18 years of age must beaccompanied by an adult.“We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us.”2

GIRLFRIEND GETAWAYSOARING EAGLE CASINOTraverse City, MIJuly 15, FridayMt. Pleasant, MIJuly 23, Saturday 45/PersonTrip ID:6494 Enjoy a 50 Gaming Package: 20 PremiumPlay, 10 Bingo Bucks, 10 Food Coupon, and earn 600 pointson slots and receive a 10 Premium Play bonus.Final payment due upon registrationMuskegonDeparts: 8:45 am Returns: 6:30 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 8:15 am Returns: 7:00 pmHollandDeparts: 7:45 am Returns: 7:30 pm 209/PersonTrip ID:6557 Justa few seats left!Head north forshopping, tours,wine tasting,gardens, deliciousfood and goodconversation. Wewill be exploringthe Village ofGrand TraverseCommons. It's nota secret that The Village is brimming with rich history. First joinus on a two hour tour (1 mile total - indoor & outdoor) exploringwhat was once known as Traverse City State Hospital andbefore that Northern Michigan Asylum. Enjoy free time to shopthe historic Mercato - home to 14 amazing boutique shops, withtime for lunch on your own. Visit a botanic garden, partake inwine tasting, and end the day with a delicious dinner.Final payment due upon registrationMuskegonDeparts: 7:00 am Returns: 10:00 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 6:30 am Returns: 10:30 pmHollandDeparts: 6:00 am Returns: 11:00 pmWhitehallDeparts: 7:15 am Returns: 9:45 pmAROUND THE TOWN LUNCHEONToast ‘N JamsJuly 18, Monday12:00—1:30pmTrip ID:6629 Join us for our Around the Town Luncheon atnoon to discuss what’s new in the world of travel. We will bemeeting at Toast ’N Jams, 211 Seminole Road, Muskegon.Don’t miss this wonderful time to enjoy lunch (on your own),meet new friends, get reacquainted with old friends and learnabout upcoming tours.BAVARIAN DAY OUTFrankenmuth, MIJuly 19, Tuesday 171/PersonTrip ID:6535 Spend the day in quaint Frankenmuth, "LittleBavaria," as the locals call it. Enjoy a one hour narrated tour onan authentic stern driven paddlewheel riverboat, the BavarianBelle. Savor time in downtown Frankenmuth or take an optionalstop at the world’s largest Christmas store, Bronners. TourFrankenmuth with a step on guide. Learn pretzel rolling andstrudel making at the Bavarian Inn prior to the all-you-can-eatFrankenmuth style chicken dinner.Final payment due upon registrationMuskegonDeparts: 7:30 am Returns: 9:30 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 7:00 am Returns: 10:00 pmHollandDeparts: 6:30 am Returns: 10:30 pmGrand RapidsDeparts: 8:00 am Returns: 9:00 pmSHIPSHEWANA FLEA MARKET & MOREShipshewana, INJuly 20, Wednesday 102/PersonTrip ID:6536 Shop the Midwest's largest open-air flea marketwith over 700 vendors offering a variety of products from freshproduce to handcrafted furniture and everything in between.Enjoy the Trading Place Antique Gallery across the street withquality dealers selling hard to find antiques or enjoy shoppingthe quaint shops downtown. This day includes a stop at a localcheese shop, as well as a delicious family-style Amish dinner atDas Essenhaus.Final payment due upon registrationMuskegonDeparts: 7:00 am Returns: 9:00 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 7:30 am Returns: 8:30 pmHollandDeparts: 8:00 am Returns: 8:00 pmThinking of a last minute trip?Call, even if it’s past the due date,we will try our best to accommodate you.3MICHIGAN SUMMER FUNDUNE RIDES, LIGHTHOUSES & MOREMears & Shelby, MIJuly 26, Tuesday 119/PersonTrip ID:6631 Enjoy a Michigan summer day out! Our first stopis Cherry Point Market where you can wander the lavenderlabyrinth & herb garden, and shop their fresh produce market.Next we're off to Fox Barn Marketplace & Winery where youcan sample wine, enjoy a food board (on your own) out on thepatio, and shop their wine themed items. Climb to the top ofLittle Sable Point Lighthouse for spectacular views of LakeMichigan. Then it's off to enjoy a fun-filled Mac Wood’s dunetour along Silver Lake and Lake Michigan's lovely beaches.End your day with a delicious included dinner.Final payment due upon registrationMuskegonDeparts: 1:00 pm Returns: 8:30 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 12:30 pm Returns: 9:00 pmHollandDeparts: 12:00 pm Returns: 9:30 pmWhitehallDeparts: 1:15 pm Returns: 8:15 pm“DEAR SOLDIER BOY”Shipshewana, IN—Blue Gate TheatreJuly 29, Friday 135/PersonTrip ID:6491 It’s 1951 and the Korean War is in full swing.Anna King knows that war is contrary to the Amish way, butshe still wants to help our troops by volunteering to write lettersof encouragement to the soldiers, who must be lonely so faraway from home. Anna doesn’t tell anyone about her mission,least of all her father. But to her surprise and dismay, three ofher soldier pen pals show up on leave—on the very same week-end! And if that’s not enough, all three propose marriage! Ahilarious, feel-good musical comedy. Enjoy a home-style Amishmeal prior to the show and a stop at Yoder's or E & S Sales.Final payment due upon registrationMuskegonDeparts: 8:15 am Returns: 9:45 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 8:45 am Returns: 9:15 pmHollandDeparts: 9:15 am Returns: 8:45 pmFRENCH LICK & WEST BADEN RESORTSFrench Lick, INAugust 1-3, Monday-WednesdayFrench Lick: 635/Person/Dbl 625/Tpl/Quad 775/SingleWest Baden: 705/Person/Dbl 695/Tpl/Quad 905/SingleTrip ID:6602 Just a few seatsleft! Relive the fabulous historyand vibrant lifestyles of thisextraordinary destination! Overnight at the West Baden SpringsHotel (named “Eighth Wonder ofthe World") or French LickSprings Hotel, recently namedBest Historic Resort. Enjoy aguided tour of both hotels.Experience a drive-thru safari,take in a Branson-style dinnershow, and partake in anauthentic German meal. This tripincludes daily breakfast, a giftcertificate for dinner at eitherresort hotel and free time toenjoy the many resort amenities including world-class spas,shopping, an indoor/outdoor pool, riding stables, hiking trails,golfing, a casino, & more. On our way home we'll make a stopin Indianapolis to glide down Central Canal with serenading OldWorld Gondoliers. Final payment due upon registrationTravelex Trip Insurance 1.800.228.9792, location #22-1104“TRAVEL . . . . explore, embrace, learn, live.”

TURKEYVILLE “THE ODD COUPLE”TREASURES OF NORTHERN MICHIGANMarshall, MI—Cornwell’s Dinner TheatreAugust 3, Wednesday 119/PersonTrip ID:6545 This classic comedy opens as a group of theguys assemble for cards in the apartment of divorced OscarMadison. And if the mess is any indication, it's no wonder thathis wife left him. Late to arrive is Felix Unger, who has justbeen separated from his wife. Fastidious, depressed, and nonetoo tense, Felix seems suicidal. But as the action unfolds,Oscar becomes the one with murder on his mind when theclean freak and the slob decide to room together with hilariousresults as "The Odd Couple" is born. Enjoy a home cookedturkey feast prior to the show.Final payment due upon registrationMuskegonDeparts: 9:00 am Returns: 6:45 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 8:30 am Returns: 7:15 pmHollandDeparts: 8:00 am Returns: 7:45 pmGrand RapidsDeparts: 9:30 am Returns: 6:15 pmMunising, Paradise, Vulcan, & Mackinaw City, MIAugust 8-10, Monday-Wednesday 859/Person/Double 849/Person/Triple/Quad 1,099/SingleTrip ID:6579Back bypopulardemand!Travel toNorthernMichigan andenjoy thebeauty that ispureMichigan.Travelaboard the S.S. Badger from Ludington to Manitowoc, WI. Seeclose up iron mining techniques and tools used in mining from1870 to 1945 as you tour Iron Mountain Iron Mine. Head northto Munising where you will enjoy the crystal clear blue-greenwaters of Lake Superior while you explore the splendor ofPictured Rocks National Lakeshore on a spectacular cruise.Discover the history with a step-on guided tour of MackinawCity, McGulpin Point Lighthouse, the Mackinac Bridge, and St.Ignace. See Lumberjacks compete in chopping, sawing, axethrowing, log rolling and speed climbing.Final payment due upon registrationTravelex Trip Insurance 1.800.228.9792, location #22-1104SUMMER MYSTERY?August 3, Wednesday 149/PersonTrip ID:6590 Enjoy your mystery day out. Travel to ?Enjoy ? And come home with memories of ? Lunch isincluded.Final payment due upon registrationMuskegonDeparts: 8:15 am Returns: 7:00 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 8:45 am Returns: 7:30 pmHollandDeparts: 9:15 am Returns: 8:00 pmAMISH ACRES ARTS & CRAFTSFESTIVALNappanee, IN—The Barns at NappaneeAugust 6, Saturday 112/PersonTrip ID:6611 We will first make a stop at Coppes Commons.Originally a factory for a leading manufacturer of the famous“Hoosier Cabinet” at the turn of the century, which now housesa variety of specialty shops. Then we're off to the 60th annualAmish Acres Arts & Crafts Market at the Barns at Nappanee.This annual must-see event has achieved national recognitionand accolades with its quality and variety of offerings and theartists and entertainers' engaging personalities. Enjoywandering the festival and a delicious included lunch at theFarmTable Restaurant.Final payment due upon registrationMuskegonDeparts: 7:00 am Returns: 8:00 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 7:30 am Returns: 7:30 pmHollandDeparts: 8:00 am Returns: 7:00 pmSUMMER SAILON GRAND TRAVERSE BAYTraverse City, MIAugust 6, SaturdayMOUNT RUSHMORE & YELLOWSTONENATIONAL PARKSouth Dakota & Wyoming—By MotorcoachAugust 13-21, Saturday-Sunday 2,092/Person/Dbl 1,992/Person/Tpl/Quad 2,845/SingleTrip ID:6553 This trip is currently SOLD OUT! Please call toadd your name to the standby list. Experience the grandeur ofthe American West. Visit magnificent Mount Rushmore andbreathtaking Yellowstone National Park. See Crazy HorseMemorial, the world’s largest sculpture still in progress, take inthe spectacular views as you drive through Badlands NationalPark, overnight in Yellowstone and see all this National Parkhas to offer. Drive through the incredible Bighorn Mountainsand the great Sioux Nations Territory. Delight in the fun of aChuckwagon Supper complete with a Cowboy Music Show,stop at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, one of the mostcolorful figures of the Old West, and enjoy a rodeo in Cody,WY (the rodeo capital of the World). Travel west via the SSBadger across Lake Michigan and return via Iowa with a dinnercruise on the Mississippi River. Trip Flyer AvailableTravelex Trip Insurance 1.800.228.9792, location #22-1104MACKINAC BRIDGE WALK 209/PersonTrip ID:6538Set sail on thespectacularwaters ofGrandTraverse Bayfor a thrillingadventure onthe Tall ShipManitou, amajestic replicaof an 1800'scargo schooner. This stately vessel has plied the waters ofWest Grand Traverse Bay since 1991 and continues to be themost unique attraction in the entire area. Enjoy an includedlunch prior to sail at Evergreen Resort in Cadillac, a winerystop, and a delicious dinner in Traverse City.Final payment due upon registrationMuskegonDeparts: 9:30 am Returns: 10:45 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 9:00 am Returns: 11:15 pmHollandDeparts: 8:30 am Returns: 11:45 pmGrand RapidsDeparts: 10:15 am Returns: 10:00 pmMackinaw City & Sault Ste. Marie, MISeptember 4-5, Sunday-Monday 375/Person/Double 365/Person/Triple/Quad 472/SingleTrip ID:6560 Put on your walking shoes . . . it's the annualBridge Walk! This year we will ferry across Lake Huron toenjoy time on Mackinac Island. We'll take in a carriage tour ofsights on the island, have free time to explore, and have anincluded dinner before heading off to overnight at the HamptonInn Sault Ste. Marie. It's early rising to join in the five mile walk,led by the governor's party. We will begin our walk in St.Ignace, at the north end of the bridge in the Upper Peninsula,and end in Mackinaw City in the Lower Peninsula. After yourwalk you will have time in Mackinaw City to browse the shopsand enjoy lunch on your own. 100 due upon registration Final payment due August 1Travelex Trip Insurance 1.800.228.9792, location #22-11REST/MEAL STOPSOur motorcoaches stop approximately every 2 1/2hours for a rest or food stop. You may bring a smallcooler that will fit under your seat with snacks &drinks to enjoy along the way.“NEVER . STOP . EXPLORING”4

MISSISSIPPI RIVER CRUISELeClaire & Dubuque, IA—By MotorcoachSeptember 7-10, Wednesday-Saturday 879/Person/Double 869/Person/Triple/Quad 1,069/SingleTrip ID:6556 This trip is currently SOLD OUT! Please call toadd your name to the standby list. The Riverboat Twilightdelivers one of the most exceptional cruise experiences in theMidwest. Marvel at the majestic Mississippi River whilerelaxing in style aboard a stunningly replicated VictorianRiverboat. Allow yourself to be pampered by the Twilight'swelcoming crew. Delicious meals are prepared on board in thelower galley. Enjoy afternoon entertainment and interestingnarration by the captain. The journey begins and ends in thecharming river town of Le Claire, Iowa, where you will enjoyovernight accommodations each way. Also included is onenight in Dubuque at the boutique Hotel Julien that marriesmodern amenities with historic charm in the heart of the OldMain District, plus eight meals, free time to explore both cities,along with a stop at Starved Rock State Park on our way homefor a guided trolley tour and lunch. Trip Flyer Available 100 due upon registration Final payment due July 21Travelex Trip Insurance 1.800.228.9792, location #22-1104TURKEYVILLE“CHURCH BASEMENT LADIES”Marshall, MI—Cornwell’s Dinner TheatreSeptember 8, Thursday 119/PersonTrip ID:6546 A celebration of the church basement kitchenand the women who work there, this musical comedy followsfour women as they prepare food and solve the problems of arural Minnesota church in 1964. From the elderly matriarch tothe young bride-to-be learning the proper order of things, wesee them handle a record-breaking Christmas dinner, thefuneral of a dear friend, an Easter fund raiser and hot Julywedding. With good, clean laughs and memorable characters,"Church Basement Ladies" is heavenly fun! Enjoy a homecooked turkey feast prior to the show. 50 due upon registration Final payment due August 8MuskegonDeparts: 8:00 am Returns: 6:45 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 8:30 am Returns: 7:15 pmHollandDeparts: 9:00 am Returns: 7:45 pmZEHNDER’S OLDIES SHOWFrankenmuth, MISeptember 12, Monday 155/PersonTrip ID:6594Don’t miss thisannual sell outtrip. This year'sshow featuresJohnny and theGem Tones.Enjoy thegreatest hits ofthe rock 'n rollera highlightingevery major hitby every majorartist from 1955 to 1965 including “Shake Rattle andRoll,” “Johnny B. Goode,” “All Shook Up” and many more.Enjoy the world famous Zehnder's chicken lunch prior to theshow and some time for shopping in Frankenmuth. 50 due upon registration Final payment due July 26MuskegonDeparts: 8:00 am Returns: 8:30 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 7:30 am Returns: 9:00 pmHollandDeparts: 7:00 am Returns: 9:30 pmGrand RapidsDeparts: 8:30 am Returns: 8:00 pmGIVE THE GIFT OF TRAVELGift Certificates AvailablePerfect gift for those who love to travel!5WASHINGTON DC, MONTICELLO &GETTYSBURGWashington DC, Virginia & Pennsylvania—By MotorcoachSeptember 12-18, Monday-Sunday 1,274/Person/Dbl 1,264/Person/Tpl/Quad 1,651/SingleTrip ID:6585 Follow the footsteps of America's history. Spendtwo nights in Washington DC, one night in Gettysburg, onenight in Charlottesville, and two nights enroute. Take in theamazing views of the Shenandoah Valley. Visit the presidentialestates of Washington’s Mount Vernon and Jefferson’sMonticello. Explore the countless treasures of the SmithsonianInstitution, tour Washington DC with a step on guide where youwill be able to see the National Mall and view the movingWorld War II Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, KoreanWar Memorial and visit Arlington National Cemetery. Walk thehallowed battlefield at Gettysburg and tour the National MilitaryPark & Museum. Eight meals are included. Trip Flyer Available 150 due upon registration Final payment due August 2Travelex Trip Insurance 1.800.228.9792, location #22-1104AUTUMN IN THE SMOKY MOUNTAINSPigeon Forge & Gatlinburg, TN—By MotorcoachSeptember 18-23, Sunday-Friday 1,410/Person/Dbl 1,400/Person/Tpl/Quad 1,610/SingleTrip ID:6589 TheGreat SmokyMountain peaksmake apicturesquebackdrop forPigeon Forge andGatlinburg. Takein the fun filledHatfield & McCoyDinner Show,Paula Deen'sLumberjack Show, learn the history on a guided tour of theGreat Smoky Mountain National Park, visit the Ole SmokyMoonshine Distillery, enjoy a Captain's dinner and tour of theTitanic Museum, take in Dolly Parton's Dollywood, and pick theshow you want to see and enjoy a meal voucher. On your wayhome enjoy a stop at the ARK Encounter, marvel at thismassive three deck ship which depicts the Biblical tale ofNoah's Ark with interactive exhibits. Nine meals are included.Shows are subject to change. Trip Flyer Available 150 due upon registration Final payment due August 10Travelex Trip Insurance 1.800.228.9792, location #22-1104FALL MYSTERY?September 21, Wednesday 172/PersonTrip ID:6614 Hop on board for a day out with friends as youexplore history, enjoy stunning views, and marvel at thenumber of collections. Lunch & dinner are included. 50 due upon registration Final payment due August 16MuskegonDeparts: 7:00 am Returns: 7:00 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 6:30 am Returns: 7:30 pmHollandDeparts: 6:00 am Returns: 8:00 pmGrand RapidsDeparts: 7:30 am Returns: 6:30 pmARTPRIZE AND MEIJER GARDENSGrand Rapids, MISeptember 21, Wednesday 102/PersonTrip ID:6613 We invite you to come discover and experiencethe artful life of ArtPrize Grand Rapids. First stop is FrederikMeijer Gardens where some of the entries of ArtPrize will beon display. Enjoy lunch at the gardens before departing fordowntown Grand Rapids which has been turned into an artgallery. The motorcoach will drop off and pick up at a centrallylocated area. No parking problems to worry about. Join in thefun at the greatest art "Prize" in the world. 25 due upon registration Final payment due August 26MuskegonDeparts: 8:00 am Returns: 8:30 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 7:30 am Returns: 9:00 pmGrand RapidsDeparts: 8:30 am Returns: 8:00 pm“To travel is to live (well).”

EXPLORING THE ALPINE COUNTRIESFEATURING THE PASSION PLAYAirfare included from Grand Rapids (other dates available)September 21-October 3, Wednesday-Monday 6,999/Person/Double 9,049/Single 499 Optional trip insurance due with depositTrip ID:6574 Experience the grand cities of Europe’s Alpineregion and be part of history in the making when you enjoy aperformance of the legendary Passion Play in Oberammergau.Marvel at the architectural beauty and rich history of Vienna ona city tour. Embark on a cruise along the Danube Riverthrough the historic Wachau Valley, visit the BenedictineAbbey, and enjoy a Mozart dinner concert at the centuries-oldSt. Peter’s Restaurant in Salzburg. You’ll view the picturesquepinnacles and turrets of Neuschwanstein Castle, and thenovernight in Bavaria’s mysterious Black Forest. In Switzerland,highlights include a visit to the Chateau de Chillon on lovelyLake Geneva and a walking tour in Lucerne. A farewell dinneris the perfect end to this memorable tour. A valid U.S. passportis required. Trip Flyer AvailableFinal payment due upon registrationTHE GRAND EXPERIENCEMackinac Island, MI—Grand HotelSeptember 27-30, Tuesday-Friday 1,135/Person/Dbl 1,125/Person/Tpl/Quad 1,385/SingleTrip ID:6580 This remarkabletrip to Mackinac Islandincludes roundtrip motorcoach& ferry transportation, horsedrawn taxi to/from the historicGrand Hotel, three nightsaccommodations, fullbreakfast each morning, teaand cookies each afternoon,four-course dinner eachevening, a specialchampagne reception, nightlydemitasse, a horse-drawnisland carriage tour, nightlydancing with the Grand HotelOrchestra, a Grand Hotelhistory lecture, daily activities,tournaments, evening entertainment, free time for exploringthe island, discounts on bicycle rental, golf, and more.Trip Flyer Available 150 due upon registration Final payment due August 15Travelex Trip Insurance 1.800.228.9792, location #22-1104”What an overall great trip. We enjoyed the wonderfulfood and the relaxing stay. Would highly recommend toour family and friends!”“AGATHA CHRISTI’S MURDER ON THEORIENT EXPRESS”Oakbrook, IL—Drury Lane TheatreSeptember 28, Wednesday 165/PersonTrip ID:6608 Just after midnight, a snowdrift stops the OrientExpress in its tracks. The next morning, an American tycoonlies dead in his compartment, stabbed a dozen times, his doorlocked from the inside. Isolated and with a killer in their midst,the passengers rely on famed detective Hercule Poirot toidentify the murderer before they strike again. The playadaptation of Agatha Christie’s famous murder mystery firstpremiered in 2017, and the 1974 film adaptation received sixAcademy Award nominations, including one win. Enjoy adelicious meal at Drury Lane prior to the show. 50 due upon registration Final payment due August 29MuskegonDeparts: 8:15 am Returns: 9:30 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 8:45 am Returns: 9:00 pmHollandDeparts: 9:15 am Returns: 8:30 pmTURKEYVILLE“CHURCH BASEMENT LADIES”Marshall, MI—Cornwell’s Dinner TheatreOctober 1, Saturday 119/PersonTrip ID:6547 A celebration of the church basement kitchenand the women who work there, this musical comedy followsfour women as they prepare food and solve the problems of arural Minnesota church in 1964. From the elderly matriarch tothe young bride-to-be learning the proper order of things, wesee them handle a record-breaking Christmas dinner, thefuneral of a dear friend, an Easter fund raiser and hot Julywedding. With good, clean laughs and memorable characters,"Church Basement Ladies" is heavenly fun! Enjoy a homecooked turkey feast prior to the show. 50 due upon registration Final payment due September 1MuskegonDeparts: 9:00 am Returns: 6:45 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 8:30 am Returns: 7:15 pmGrand RapidsDeparts: 9:30 am Returns: 6:15 pmAUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALANDUNCOVEREDAirfare included from Grand Rapids (other dates available)October 3-24, Monday-Monday 10,249/Person/Double 11,949/Single 449 Optional trip insurance due with depositTrip ID:6576Uncover thecore of Maoriculture in NewZealand. Diveinto the unparalleledOutback ofAustralia. Aparadise in theSouth Pacific.Cruise through Milford Sound and the organic splendor of AbelTasman National Park. Join a local Kiwi family for a homecooked dinner in Queenstown. Tour the Sydney Opera House.Admire the striking essence of Ayers Rock, as you dine underthe stars. Choose how you spend the day discovering thelegendary Great Barrier Reef – by snorkeling, hiking, relaxingor learning. From sparkling coastlines to age-old traditions,take in the natural beauty of these captivating countries. Avalid U.S. passport is required. Trip Flyer Available 600 due upon registration Final payment due July 20NORTHERN MICHIGAN CHARMTraverse City & Empire, MIOctober 4, Tuesday 149/PersonTrip ID:6587 Fall colors, a great meal, shopping time.a fallday out in Michigan doesn't get much better than this.Highlights include free time in downtown Traverse City tobrowse the shops and have lunch (on own), a visit to SleepingBear Dunes National Park named the most beautiful place inAmerica by Good Morning America, and at the end of the daya fabulous included dinner. 50 due upon registration Final payment due September 1MuskegonDeparts: 8:00 am Returns: 9:00 pmGrand HavenDeparts: 7:30 am Returns: 9:30 pmHollandDeparts: 7:00 am Returns: 10:00 pmARK ENCOUNTER & CREATION MUSEUMWilliamstown & Petersburg, KYOctober 4-6, Tuesday-Thursday 585/Person/Double 575/Person/Triple/Quad 711/SingleTrip ID:6615 Visit the state-of-the-art Creation Museum whichallows you to venture through biblical history, stunning exhi

"There's nothing as carefree and fun filled as a vacation." 8 "TOOTSIE" Grand Rapids, MI—DeVos Performance Hall October 16, Sunday 147/Person Trip ID:6647 comedy heaven" (Rolling Stone). Call it "the most uproarious new musical in years!" (The Hollywood Reporter). Call it TOOTSIE! This laugh -outloud love letter to the theater .