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ROAD ADVENTURES

All Road Adventures programs have a registration deadline of
One Week Before and Ages are 18+ unless otherwise noted

Million Dollar Quartet

Hitch a bus ride to Arlington Heights for lunch and a show at the Metropolis Performing Arts Centre! On Dec. 4, 1956, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins gathered for one night to play music and make history. This Tony Award-nominated musical takes us inside one of the greatest rock 'n' roll jam sessions ever recorded, with four legendary musicians doing what they loved most: expressing life's joys and sadness through song. Described as "dazzling" by New York Magazine and "wildly entertaining" by Hollywood Reporter, Million Dollar Quartet will have you rocking down memory lane with more than 20 chart-topping his like "Blue Suede Shoes," "Great Balls of Fire," "I Walk the Line" and "Who Do You Love."

Trip includes bus transportation and ticket. Lunch reservations are together, but pay on your own.

Location:  Metropolis Arts Centre Arlington Heights, IL
Code:        Day:     Date:    Time:                      Fee R/NR:
2714-03     Sat       7/20       11:45am-6:30pm   $45/$50
*Please Note: Bus Departs from Terrace Centre at 12pm*

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Wisconsin State Fair Tour

Ever wanted to explore the State Fair but don’t know where to start or what to do? No need to worry! Join us on this road adventure! You will receive tips and tricks from our beloved tour guide Bob T. During the drive there, Bob will explain what to expect, where the amenities are, and what to consider exploring. Once at the fair you’ll be able to explore on your own, with registered friends, or with Bob T. It’ll be a long day of delicious food, shopping, learning and laughter! Only 13 spots available, don’t miss out!

Tour Guide:  Bob Trzeciak
Location:      Chicago, IL

Code:            Day:      Date:   Time: Fee        R/NR:
2714-04        Sat         8/3        7:45am-7pm   $50/$55

*Please Note: Bus Departs from Terrace Centre at 8am*

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