Out and About Getaways
A Day at the Bay…PUT-IN-BAY
Tuesday, August 27
8 a.m. - Depart Federation campus – 6465 Sylvania Ave. (return approximately 7 p.m.)
$80 per person includes bus transportation, ferry transportation, guided train tour, all stops, and lunch – limited seats
Registration and payment required by Friday, August 9
Join us for a day at Put-In-Bay. We will travel in style to Port Clinton where we will catch the Jet Express and enjoy the 20-minute ferry ride over to the island where our covered train will be waiting for us. We will learn from the narrated tour of the island, tour the sites, and so much more. Lunch will be at the beautiful Boardwalk Upper Deck. And, we’ll have more time to shop the shops! Dress in comfy shoes, put on the sunscreen, bring a refillable water bottle, and bring a hat. We will depart on the 10:15 a.m. ferry and return on the 5 p.m. ferry.
Kosher fall shopping and lunch in Detroit
Thursday, September 19
9 a.m. Depart from Jewish Living Center (Sekach Bldg.) - 6505 Sylvania Ave.
4 p.m. Approximate return time to Jewish Living Center
Registration is required by Friday, Sept. 6. Limited seats.
It is that time again to get ready for the fall chagim! Let’s go north and bring your own reusable shopping bags and coolers to One Stop Kosher Grocery Store, Zeman’s Kosher Bakery, Kroger, and Harvard Row Kosher butcher shop. Lunch will be on your own at our mystery location. Please call ahead to Harvard Row (248-539-8806) and Zeman’s (248-967-3905) to place your order for pick up. Please make sure to bring along enough reusable & insulated shopping bags for all your shopping needs.
Stratford Theatre Getaway
Tuesday, September 24 - Wednesday, September 25
You must have a current passport with the recommended 6 months from travel date
September in Stratford is beautiful. The hustle and bustle of the summer has dissipated. We want you to enjoy the beauty of the theatre and calm air in Stratford, Ontario, Canada. We will dine in this lovely little town and see some of the best productions that Stratford has to offer.
Little Shop of Horrors at the Avon Theatre: Skid Row florist’s clerk Seymour Krelborn is too shy to declare his love for his co-worker Audrey – until a mysterious exotic plant brings him unexpected fame and fortune. There’s only one problem: the plant has ambitions of its own, and it thrives on only one food – human blood.
Billy Elliot the Musical at the Festival Theatre: Dreams don’t come easy in the hardscrabble mining town, riven by a bitter national strike, where eleven-year-old Billy lives with his bereaved family. But Billy’s discovery of his talent for dance awakens in him a passion that will transform his life and win the hearts of his whole community.
The Merry Wives of Windsor at the Festival Theatre: Pursuing two respectable married women at the same time, a would-be seducer fails to anticipate that his targets will, quite literally, compare notes. Nor has he reckoned on the mischievous spirit in which the wives will use their wits and wiles to teach him the error of his ways.
The Arden Park Hotel will be where you will rest your weary heads and have a lovely breakfast at your leisure in morning.
Modern Motor Coach transportation
1 night at The Arden Park Hotel – Stratford, ON
1 breakfast, 2 lunches, 1 dinner, bus snacks
Tax and tips on included meals
Tickets to all three shows
COST PER PERSON:
$425 double occupancy*
$550 single occupancy*
*Member fee is for those in good standing with a current 2019 pledge and no unpaid gifts to the Annual Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo Campaign.
A non-member will pay an additional $75 per person. Full payment due at time of registration, no places will be held without payment. Registration with payment and dietary restrictions are due Friday, August 9.
Driver gratuity is strictly voluntary. Suggested amount is $5-10 per day, per person, and may be given directly to the driver at the end of the trip.
It is your responsibility to arrange roommates.
Travel insurance may be obtained by contacting your insurance agent.
A current 2019 emergency form needs to be on file.
The JLC is a scent free space. Participants are asked not to wear perfume, cologne, or strong–smelling fragrances whiles participating in classes, programs, and trips. Your cooperation in this effort will allow all of our participants to take part in our programming.
If you have any dietary restrictions or need special accommodations, please notify us at time of registration.
Travel itinerary subject to change.
Jewish Living Center programs are supported in part through your campaign dollars and through a generous grant from the Jewish Senior Services Supporting Organization. All events are part of Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo and occasionally take place at the various synagogues.