We have some amazing domestic tours planned for the upcoming months so keep your eyes on our website for our 2015 trips! We're headed to Door County, Shipshewana, Utah, and Kentucky and are excited to present these in our Winter/Spring Catalog which will hit mailboxes this January.
Back by popular demand! Our Blues and Greens…this time Southern-Fried, The Culture and Cuisine of Savannah and Atlanta! Join us as we explore the food, fun and finery of these historical cities.
Savannah and Atlanta
BLUES AND GREENS: Southern-Fried
The Culture and Cuisine of Savannah and Atlanta
Continuing Education is at it again as we continue our tradition of exploring culinary and cultural features in America’s most interesting cities! BLUES and GREENS: SOUTHERN-FRIED, is heading to Savannah and Atlanta to explore the food, fun, and finery of these historical cities. The group will fly into Atlanta and discover this world-class city’s museums and sights. Tours of the High Museum of Art, CNN, Coca-Cola, and the new National Center for Civil and Human Rights will be scheduled around some of the city’s finest restaurants…after all, this is a trip for foodies! Our group of foodies will travel southeast to the celebrated city of Savannah. The convenience of our hotel in the Historic District will add to the remarkable experience and journey. Tours will include Bonaventure Cemetery, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil book tour (our guide knows the characters), and Ghost Tour. CE continues our tradition of exploring culinary and cultural features in America’s most interesting cities. Join us on BLUES and GREENS: SOUTHERN FRIED, as we head to Savannah and Atlanta to explore the OLD vs. the NEW. YESTERDAY and TODAY.
Land package only: $2,350/person based on double-occupancy
Land package only: $2,844.41/person based on single-occupancy
For itinerary information please email Vic Passante
Register for Blues & Greens: Southern Fried Savannah and Atlanta
A New England Primer:
The Literature, History, and Theology of Boston and Concord, Massachusetts
June 15-21, 2015
From Colonial Times until the American Civil War, Boston and Concord were the epicenters of American history, literature, and theology. Join our small group of travelers as we rediscover the importance of these two cities—one large, one small—and their connections to the Puritan founders, the Revolutionary War, and the Transcendentalists. Some of the planned activities include: walking the Freedom Trail with local historian Charlie Bahne; discovering Margaret Fuller’s and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s connections to Boston and Cambridge; enjoying an exclusive lecture by Dr. Robert Gross, a national authority on Concord, the Minutemen, and the Transcendentalists; and visiting such literary sites as Hawthorne’s The Old Manse, Emerson’s home, Alcott’s Orchard House, and Thoreau’s Walden Pond. Learn of the shifts in nineteenth-century Protestant theology as you visit Concord’s First Parish Church and Trinitarian Congregational Church, and travel to Fruitlands, the site of a nineteenth-century utopian society. We have also set aside plenty of time for you to explore Boston and Concord on your own, enjoy the cuisine, and simply relax in these historic locales.
Duration: Seven days, six nights, space is limited to 16 travelers
Price: $2,295*/person Double occupancy
*subject to change in case of airfare increases beyond our control, or if flying into Boston from another location other than the departure city of Milwaukee.
Price includes round-trip airfare; lodging- 3 nights at the Colonial Inn, Concord, and 3 nights at the Hilton Boston Downtown/Fanueil Hall; ground transportation while in Massachusetts; tour admissions; expert tour guides & guest lecturers; grab-n-go daily breakfast while in Concord; and some delightful culinary experiences (three lunches and a dinner). Students can earn three (3) credits Independent Study.
For more information, contact Teri Mattek @ email@example.com or 920-459-6685 at UW-Sheboygan Continuing Education.