Updated: July 18th, 2017
 
 

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Tues., August 22 - August Mystery Tour
Everyone enjoys a great Mystery, a sense of adventure, the unknown. Why not join us for a great day away!  
Includes:  Noon luncheon and mystery activities.
Tour  departs:  Barrie, Bayfield Mall behind Canadian Tire Storeat 7:30a.m.,  Tour Office at 8:00a.m. & Newmarket at 8:30a.m.      
Cost: $104.00 (includes HST)

Wed., August 23 - Beautiful - The Carole King Musical at the Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto   **just added

BEAUTIFUL - The Carole King Musical tells the inspiring true story of King’s remarkable rise to stardom.   Featuring a stunning array of beloved songs written by Gerry Goffin/Carole King and Barry Mann/Cynthia Weil, including I Feel The Earth Move, One Fine Day, (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman, You’ve Got A Friend and the title song, BEAUTIFUL has a book by Tony Award® - nominee and Academy Award®-nominated writer Douglas McGrath, direction by Marc Bruni, choreography by Josh Prince, and took home two 2014 Tony® Awards and a 2015 Grammy®.

Includes: table service lunch at “HotHouse Restaurant” followed by the 2:00 p.m. performance, Mid orchestra level seating.

Tour departs: Wasaga Beach Rec Plex at 8:45a.m., (with a minimum of 10 passengers),  Barrie, Bayfield Mall behind Canadian Tire Store at 9:30a.m. & Tour Office at 10:00a.m.     

Cost: $188.00 (includes HST)

Thurs., August 24 - Niagara Fallsview Casino   
Includes: a 5 hour stay at the Casino and buffet meal coupon
Tour departs:  Orillia (with 10 or more passengers)  at 8:00a.m., Barrie Bayfield Mall behind Canadian Tire Store at 8:30a.m. & Tour Office at 9:00a.m.   
Cost: $25.00 (includes HST)  Gov’t issued ID required for Casino Entrance

Mon., August 28 - Royal Botanical Gardens Rock Garden & the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum  **just added

The Warplane Museum has 36 military jets, propeller-driven aircraft and helicopters on display, many in flying condition. The Avro Lancaster flown by the museum is one of only two airworthy Lancaster’s in the world. The internationally recognized RBG Rock Garden reopened last May after a three-year, $20-million rejuvenation project. The original Rock Garden was a Depression-era project that transformed an abandoned gravel pit into a majestic bowl using 10,000 tons of limestone and 45,000 perennial plants.  It is now considered one of North America’s top five garden experience destinations. It has fully accessible paths, extensive water features and three new garden areas.

Includes: admissions to the Warplane Museum, light lunch served in the airplane hangar and afternoon at the RBG exploring the New Rock Garden.

Tour departs: Orillia (with 10 or more passengers) at 7:00a.m., Barrie Bayfield Mall behind Canadian Tire Store at 7:30a.m. & Tour Office at 8:00a.m.   

Cost: $112.00 (includes HST)

 

 

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Tues., August 29, 2017 – Beauty & the Beast at the Capitol Theatre, Port Hope   
See the classic Disney fairy tale “Beauty & The Beast” live on stage at The Capitol, featuring an incredible cast of Canadian professionals, impressive set and costume design and of course, our notorious visual effects!
Witness the transformative power of love as a once cold-hearted and selfish prince seeks to escape his magically cursed form – that of a hideous beast. But first – the Beast must atone for his selfish ways by earning the love and trust of the beautiful, caring and thoughtful young Belle. Imprisoned in his enchanted castle to save her ailing father’s life, will the Beast win Belle’s heart and break the curse before his time runs out?
Featuring popular songs such as “Be Our Guest”, “Beauty and the Beast” and “Gaston” and fan-favourite characters such as LaFou, Mrs. Potts, and Lumiere.
Includes: buffet lunch at the “Best Western” in Cobourg followed by the 2:00p.m. performance, orchestra level seating at the theatre. 
Tour departs: Barrie, Bayfield Mall behind Canadian Tire Storeat 8:30, Tour Office at 9:00a.m. & Newmarket at 9:30a.m. 
Cost: $126.00 adults & $116.00 children (12 years & under) (includes HST)

Wed., August 30 - African Lion Safari Adventure Package, Cambridge 

African Lion Safari is a Canadian owned family business created in the name of conservation.

Their manner of exhibiting animals is completely different from the traditional approach; that is, the visitor is caged in their car or bus, and the animals roam in 2 to 20 hectare (5 to 50 acre) reserves.

They first opened the gates to the public in 1969 with 40 lions in 3 reserves; today the park houses in excess of 1,000 animals comprised of over 100 species. After 40 years they have been successful with breeding 30 species that are considered endangered and 20 species that are considered threatened.

Includes: driving through the large Game Reserves, cruising aboard the African Queen Boat or take a ride on the Nature Boy Scenic Railway, live bird and animal demonstrations  plus an all you can eat Feast (lunch) for the Whole Pride (our bus group)

Tour departs: Orillia at 7:30a.m., Barrie, Bayfield Mall behind Canadian Tire Storeat 8:00a.m. & Tour Office at 8:30a.m.

Cost: $129.00 for adults, $125.00 for Seniors (60 years and up) & $99.00 children (12 years & under) (includes HST)   

Wed., September 6 – Famous People Players: Bringing magic back to Toronto Theatre! 
Made in Canada: The Musical in celebration of Canada's 150th Birthday
Famous People Players is a black light puppetry theatre company. It is based in Toronto & tours worldwide. It is a non-profit organization which employs people with physical and intellectual disabilities. Those individuals share duties in dining room management, arts administration, and theatrical and visual arts performances.
Includes: noon 3 course dinner, afternoon show and visit to The Cheese Boutique
Tour departs: Orillia at 9:45a.m., Barrie, Bayfield Mall behind Canadian Tire at 10:15a.m. & Tour Office at 10:45a.m.
Cost: $127.00 (includes HST)

 

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