We have some amazing domestic tours planned for the next nine months. The Freedom Ride with Dr. Margaret Rozga and Jim O’Leary will retrace stops on the 1964 Freedom Ride and visits sites from Freedom Summer. Both leaders are uniquely qualified to lead this tour, which is offered for college credit.

Barbara Eash will once again lead a group of pickers and collectors to Amish country, Shipshewana. (Side Note: Last year’s trip was perhaps my FAVORITE trip to date; she is amazingly generous with her knowledge).

Mark Miner led an appreciative group to Glacier National Park in October, 2013 and will reprise his role as tour-leader and naturalist extraordinaire on a four-day, fall colors tour to the Upper Peninsula. Keep your eyes on our website to find more trips for the upcoming year!



Take Me Out to the Ballpark: A Fourth of July All-American Baseball Tour!

Continuing Education is up to bat again!
UW-Waukesha Coach Jack Hervert wants to Take You Out to the Ball Park! We have planned an exciting outing for you and your friends for this Fourth of July, and it includes a Milwaukee Brewers' game! On July 4, we travel in a luxury coach bus to Cincinnati to support our Milwaukee Brewers when we face off the Reds. July 5, we leave to Cleveland for the Indians and Royals game. On July 6, it’s off to the Chicago White Sox and Seattle Mariners game, before we head home to Waukesha.  The trip includes: The Coach! Great seats! Great Hotels!  Tremendous camaraderie! And Loads of fun! Take a look at the below Flier and Itinerary; pull together a couple of friends and family; and join Continuing Education for a Fourth of July celebration like no other.

$849/person based on double-occupancy
$975/person based on single-occupancy


Community of Antiques II: Antique Tour to Amish Country, Shipshewana, IN

July 31 – August 2, 2014    

Pack your bags, and don't forget your camera! You'll spend three days with Certified Antiques Appraiser Barbara Eash, touring the beautiful Amish Country-side, decorated with a colorful patchwork of quilted gardens and an abundance of antiques! Indiana has something for every antiques enthusiast; especially those who like to linger and reminisce about yesteryear while hunting collectibles in America's Heartland.

$669.00/person based on double-occupancy
$749.00/person based on single-occupancy

Community of Antiques Itinerary


Freedom Ride: Retracing America’s Journey to Equality and Justice

June 13-21, 2014    

Join the UW-Waukesha Continuing Education Department as we retrace the journey of the heroic Freedom Riders. Beginning in Memphis, the group will visit the National Civil Rights Museum before embarking on a 7 day journey to key cities encountered on the historic Freedom Ride. Led by Jim O’Leary, Oconomowoc High School history teacher and Margaret Rozga, poet, Civil Rights activist and UW-Waukesha professor emeritus, the group will then continue to Mississippi, Alabama, and Atlanta. The tour and course can either be taken for ENG 282 credit (HU/ES) or for fun!

$1,964.00/person based on double-occupancy
$2,464.00/person based on single-occupancy


Blues and Greens: The Motherlode
The music, art, theatre and food of New York City

April 6-13, 2014    

****TRIP FULL****

Blues and Greens Trip Flyer
Blues and Greens Itinerary
Blues and Greens Visual Tour 

Upper Peninsula: Fall Color Tour    

October 12-15, 2014  

Experience the beauty of the fall colors in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Travel with Mark Miner to the south shore of Lake Superior, Mackinac Island, and the north shore of Lake Michigan on this 4 day 3 night tour. Tour includes a boat cruise along the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, a walk to Tahquamenon Falls, a tour of the Whitefish Point Lighthouse and Shipwreck Museum, a visit to the Soo Locks, a walk through the Fayetteville Historic Town site, and a two-night stay on Mackinac Island.

$799.00/person based on double-occupancy
$944.00/ person based on single-occupancy