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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.


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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Belterra Park 

August 24, 11am – 3:30pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $5 for transportation; lunch is 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 you one when you arrive.

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Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American

September 6, 10am – 12:30pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $5 for transportation. Lunch is not included.
Walking: Moderate Amount

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 Learn about the sports legends whose contributions to baseball history went far beyond batting averages or stolen bases. Hank Greenberg, Sandy Koufax, Jackie Robinson… these players didn’t just play the game, they became athletic, cultural, and ethical role models. We’ll explore this Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion’s Skirball Museum exhibit that celebrates baseball and highlights the sport’s game changers who challenged the status quo and inspired the nation. Then return to the JCC for lunch with your friends at the J Café! RSVP required by August 30.

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Buckle up: Tour the World-Renowned Toyota Manufacturing Facility

September 13, 10am – 4pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $10 for transportation and admission. Lunch is on your own
Walking: Moderate Amount

Take a 90-minute road trip to the Toyota plant in Georgetown, Kentucky, to see how more than 2,000 cars are made each day! We’ll begin with lunch at Applebee’s Grill & Bar near the plant, then we’ll head to the Toyota Visitor Center. We’ll see a mint condition 1988 Camry, the first one ever made in the United States! Then we’ll buckle up for a ride around the plant on a guided, tram-driven tour. You must bring a photo ID, and no purses, backpacks, or bags of any type are allowed in the Toyota facility (we can lock our bags in the bus during the tour).  RSVP required by September 6.

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21c Museum Hotel Art Experience

October 18, 10:30am – 3pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $5 for transportation; lunch is on your own
Walking: Moderate Amount

Discover contemporary art in the most unexpected places – from the sidewalks to the elevators! Specially commissioned, site-specific works by some of the contemporary art world’s most exciting artists can be found throughout downtown Cincinnati’s 21c Museum Hotel. At every turn, there are fascinating exhibits and displays to dazzle your eyes and spark your imagination! Afterward, we’ll have lunch in the hotel’s upscale restaurant, Metropole, which offers a contemporary take on old-world fireplace cooking techniques. RSVP required by October 11.

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Shopping and Dining in Historic Downtown Milford

October 25, 11am – 3pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $5 for transportation; lunch is on your own
Walking: Moderate Amount

Come enjoy the hometown feeling in the historic district of Downtown Milford! Located along the banks of the Little Miami River, Downtown Milford is a vibrant community with unique family owned and operated shops, restaurants, and businesses. We’ll enjoy lunch at 20 Brix, a mix of new American cuisine and traditional southern cooking, with a sprinkle of classic French. Afterward, we’ll have time to explore the shops and sights of this charming town – don’t miss the ice cream at the Old Milford Parlor! RSVP required by October 18.

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A Day at the Races – Louisville’s Legendary Churchill Downs

November 8, 8:30am – 4pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $53 for transportation, admission, tour, and buffet lunch
Walking: Considerable Amount

Join us for a Day at the Races at historic Churchill Downs in Louisville! Experience the pageantry, athleticism, and glamour of thoroughbred racing! We’ll begin by viewing “The Greatest Race,” an immersive sound and visual film, then we’ll explore the museum exhibits and gift shop. We’ll also enjoy a guided walking tour of the racetrack and grounds. The rest of our visit will be in Millionaire’s Row or the Skye Terrace enjoying a lavish buffet lunch and betting on the thoroughbreds! RSVP required by November 1.

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Foodie Paradise – Jungle Jims

November 15, 10am – 1pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $10 for transportation and tour. Lunch is not included.
Walking: Considerable Amount

Calling all foodies! Come explore the Food Lover’s Paradise at Jungle Jim’s International Market! We’ll take a one-hour tour of this incredible store and enjoy food samples from around the world. Our knowledgeable guides will lead us on a fun-filled Food Safari! Learn the history of Jungle Jim’s, explore the many diverse departments, and enjoy samples from around the world. RSVP required by November 8.

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Medical Miracles at Shriner’s Hospital for Children

November 29, 10:30am – 3pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $5 for transportation and tour. Lunch is on your own.
Walking: Considerable Amount

Cincinnati’s world-renowned Shriner’s Hospitals for Children is dedicated to the treatment of pediatric burns and specializes in plastic and reconstructive surgery. Our tour will include a video overview of the incredible work these dedicated medical professionals perform every day, as well as heartwarming patient stories. We’ll tour several public areas of the hospital including Child Life, Family Suites, and more. Before the tour, we’ll enjoy a delicious lunch at Suzie Wong’s, a casual, colorful restaurant offering classic & updated Pan-Asian dishes. RSVP required by November 22.

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Belterra Park

December 6, 10:30am – 3pm
RSVP: Merle Coyle at 513.761.7500 ext. 1218
Cost: $5 for transportation and tour. Lunch is on your own.
Walking: Moderate Amount

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 you one when you arrive. RSVP required by November 29.

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