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Senior Day Trips

Explore Cincinnati and beyond with our exciting day trips. Enjoy lunches, behind-the-scenes tours and exciting journeys.

Ride the Cincinnati Bell Connector & Lunch at Rock Bottom Brewery

May 17, 10am – 3pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $6 + lunch on your own

Climb aboard the Cincinnati Bell Connector! This modern streetcar system in downtown Cincinnati links The Banks, the Central Business District, and Over-the-Rhine. The Connector route is 3.6 miles long, and it travels on a loop from Second Street (at The Banks on the riverfront) to Henry Street (just north of Findlay Market in Over-the-Rhine) and has 18 stops. We will do a round trip to see all the sights along the way, then have lunch at the Rock Bottom Brewery, one of Cincinnati’s most popular restaurants located in the heart of Fountain Square.

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Third Thursdays at Cedar Village: Lunch and Learn – Don’t Fall for It! How to Spot Scams and Fraud

May 18, 11am – 2pm | $5 includes transportation and lunch
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218

FBI Special Agent Ben Egan will share advice on the latest scams and how to avoid becoming a victim. During his presentation, you’ll learn about tricks that criminals use and how to tell when a scam is in play, so you can protect yourself and avoid losing money and other assets. Special Agent Ben will also offer advice on who to contact and what to do if someone you know falls victim to a fraud.  This is a must attend event, because new scams hit the market virtually every day.  Third Thursdays at Cedar Village are presented in partnership with the Mayerson JCC. Transportation from the JCC will be provided to the Mason campus.


America’s Packard Museum & Lunch at Spaghetti Warehouse

May 24, 10am – 3:30pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $12 + lunch on your own

Travel back in time as we visit the only restored Packard Dealership operating as a full-time museum, located in Dayton, OH, which houses the largest collection of Packard automobiles and memorabilia in the world! What began as Dayton’s premier Packard dealership, then lay dormant for decades, is now a center for all things Packard — above all, more than 50 automobiles from this luxury brand. Like a movie set, the sales offices around the high-ceiling showroom have the look of a dealership still in business, an impression reinforced by the 20-foot-tall neon Packard sign outside and the array of cars visible through the expansive windows. We’ll have lunch at the nearby Spaghetti Warehouse, specializing in delicious, freshly prepared Italian fare.

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Jew Store – The Musical

May 28, 12:30am
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $59 for transportation and orchestra section ticket

Enjoy this long-anticipated musical that is already creating a Broadway buzz! Mesmerizing, romantic, and inspiring, it’s the true story of one family’s harrowing journey from the life-threatening pogroms of Russia, to the teeming tenements of New York’s Lower East Side, to life in a small rural town in Tennessee. You’ll laugh and cry and fall in love with this theatrical masterpiece!

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Cincinnati Reds Game: Reds vs. Cardinals

June 8, 10:45am – 3:30pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $35 + lunch on your own

Take me out to the ball game, take me out with the crowd, buy me some peanuts and crackerjacks… Enjoy the competition between the Reds and the St Louis Cardinals! We will be seated in Section 130 under cover. You can buy lunch at the concessions or bring your own food and water. Just remember: If you bring a bottle of water, it must be unopened and the seal cannot be broken. Tickets are limited so reserve your seat soon.

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Third Thursdays at Cedar Village: Lunch and Learn – Personal Safety: Advice from the Mason P.D.

June 15, 11am – 2pm | $5 includes transportation and lunch
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218

Police Detective Sergeant Jeremy Saylor will share the latest advice on how to stay safe in your home and when you go out, especially at night.  This is important information during a time when high-profile anti-Semitic incidents around the nation have many people worried. Third Thursdays at Cedar Village are presented in partnership with the Mayerson JCC. Transportation from the JCC will be provided to the Mason campus.


Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center

June 22, 11am – 3:30pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $5 + lunch on your own

Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center, an entertainment destination located in a park-like setting on the banks of the Ohio River, features live racing during the summer, video lottery games, and a great buffet. Don’t forget to bring a federal ID and your Belterra card if you have one. If you do not have a Belterra card, we will get one for you when you arrive.

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Wright Patterson Air Force Museum Tour & Brunch at First Watch

June 28, 9am – 3pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $7 + brunch on your own

Walk in the footsteps of presidents, astronauts, and test pilots in this new building which houses three galleries – Presidential, Research & Development, and Space and Global Research. We will enjoy a docent-led tour of these exhibits which are full of compelling stories and amazing displays, including Air Force One, the plane that airlifted American POWs out of Viet Nam, and multiple space vehicles. On our way to the museum, we’ll stop for a delicious brunch at First Watch. There is a considerable amount of walking at the museum with few places to sit.

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Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center

July 13, 11am – 3:30pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $5 + lunch on your own

Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center, an entertainment destination located in a park-like setting on the banks of the Ohio River, features live racing during the summer, video lottery games, and a great buffet. Don’t forget to bring a federal ID and your Belterra card if you have one. If you do not have a Belterra card, we will get one for you when you arrive.

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Third Thursdays at Cedar Village: Lunch and Learn – How to Prevent Identity Theft

July 20, 11am – 2pm | $5 includes transportation and lunch
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218

Better Business Bureau Community Outreach Specialist Sandra Guile will share tips for protection of your identity. The workshop will cover the five most common persuasion tactics that fraudsters use. You’ll also learn the signs that your identity might already be compromised, and what to do if it is. Learn to avoid “phishing”, the online tactics that can inadvertently compromise your personal information.  This engaging and informative presentation is an effort to educate people 60 and better about the tactics that may affect them and the best ways to protect themselves, their friends and their families from threats both online and in person. Third Thursdays at Cedar Village are presented in partnership with the Mayerson JCC. Transportation from the JCC will be provided to the Mason Campus.


LM&M Railroad Train Ride and Brunch at The Breakfast Club

July 27, 10am – 2:30pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $15 + lunch on your own

All Aboard! Jump on for an historic train ride on the LM&M Railroad, traveling through the scenic Warren County countryside. During your ride you can listen to informative conductors describe railroad history and operations, and have access to the open-air gondola car. Before the ride, we’ll enjoy brunch at the charming Breakfast Club, with their fantastic made-to-order meals using the highest quality ingredients and their own in-house fresh roasted coffees. Please note that there is no heating, air-conditioning, or restrooms on the train.

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Behind the Scenes Tour at the Aronoff and Lunch at Nicholson’s Pub

August 9, 10:30am – 3pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $5 + lunch on your own

With its soaring glass lobbies, state-of-the-art theaters, and stunning contemporary design, the Aronoff Center for the Arts has become a popular destination for Greater Cincinnati theatre-lovers and visitors from around the world. Led by a friendly and knowledgeable volunteer guide, we will tour Procter & Gamble Hall, the intimate Jarson-Kaplan Theater, the flexible Fifth Third Bank Theater, and the always intriguing Weston Art Gallery. After the tour, we will walk across the street to have lunch at Nicholson’s Pub. There is a considerable amount of walking.

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BB Riverboats and Sightseeing Cruise

August 16, 11am – 3pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $41

Come sail away with us! Climb aboard for a two-hour cruise featuring a delicious lunch buffet. The ship provides games and entertainment, or you can simply sit back and enjoy the view of our beautiful and historic river city. Lunch is included in the cost of your ticket.

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