Vera Bradley Outlet Sale, Fort Wayne, IN, Wednesday, April 11 –
Thursday, April 12
$182 double occupancy,
$240 single occupancy. Final payment March 1, 2018.
transportation, parking & ticket fees, and lodging at the Comfort Inn, Ft. Wayne, IN. Reservations as soon as possible
or by Feb. 11, please; $75 deposit holds you a seat.
Wednesday: We will depart Flora at 7:30 AM, Olney pickup, 8:00 AM, &
Lawrenceville pickup, 8:30 AM. After arriving at the hotel, we will get settled in our rooms & then re-board the
coach & go to Cracker Barrel for dinner (On your own).
Thursday: After breakfast at the hotel, we will head to the Allen County
War Memorial Coliseum where it has become an annual celebration for Vera Bradley fans to get some "very, very good buys".
The sale brings shoppers from all 50 states for fun and amazing deals on products. These products are primarily retired
and overstock items. You will find 40%-60% off the retail prices of Vera Bradley handbags, purses, totes, luggage, stationary,
and accessories – in a shopping experience filling over 100,000 square feet of space!!! "OUR" special/assigned
shopping time is from 11:00 – 1:30 (IN time). Each block of time is reserved especially for motorcoach passengers
& there will be special registers for us to check out, making it easier. When our shopping time has ended, we will
re-board the coach & depart for our homes. As soon as possible, after leaving Vera Bradley, we will have lunch,
later a break, & maybe supper before we arrive back to our homes. Our return time to Lawrenceville
will be approximately 9:00 PM ……sign up as soon as possible as this trip will fill up quickly!
"Oklahoma", Wed. May 2, $104, Derby Playhouse, Clarksville, IN. Includes transportation, lunch,
show, & gratuity. "Oklahoma" is a 1955 musical staring Gordon MacRae
& Shirley Jones. It is set in Oklahoma Territory & it tells the story of farm girl, Laurey, and
her courtship by two rival suitors, cowboy Curly, and the sinister and frightening farmhand, Judd Fry. A secondary romance
concerns Laurey's friend, Ado Annie, and cowboy Will Parker, who also has an unwilling rival. A background theme is the territory's
aspiration for Statehood, and the local conflict between cattlemen and farmers. Some of the wonderful songs are:
“Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'", “Oklahoma!”, “The Surrey with the Fringe on Top”,
“I Cain’t Say No”, & many more.
"Phantom of the Opera", THURS. May 10, $133, Fox Theatre, St. Louis. Includes
transportation, show, & gratuity.
The "Phantom of the Opera" is a musical based on a French novel; its
central plot revolves around a beautiful soprano, Christine Daaé, who becomes the obsession of a mysterious, disfigured
musical genius living in the subterranean maze beneath the Paris Opera House. Some of the GREAT songs in
the production are, “Think of Me”, “Angel of Music”, “All I Ask of You”, “The Phantom
of the Opera”, etc.
French Lick/West Baden, IN, Thurs.
& Fri., June 7-8, $254, double. $299, Single. $254, double occupancy,
$299, single occupancy. Final payment, May 7. Includes lodging at
the Best Western, French Lick, IN, 812-936-0520, hot breakfast at the hotel, 2 lunches including a box lunch, consisting of
a Subway Club, (turkey, ham, roast beef), chips, cookie, and drinks, choice of water or Coke products, on the train, and Gasthof
Buffet, Montgomery IN, and dinner on the Patoka Lake Cruise. Our approximate pick up times will be Flora,
8:00, Olney, 8:40, Sumner, 9:00, Lawrenceville, 9:15, (short break here). (ALL these
times are IL times) We will then arrive at the French Lick Scenic Railroad around
12:00 PM Indiana TIME. We will board the train in time for the 1:00 train trip.
We will be given our lunches & our drinks. After returning, we will check in at our hotel (has
coffee & hair dryers in the rooms & an indoor heated pool) & relax a little while there, depending on the time.
We will depart about 4:15 (IN time) & go to the Patoka Marina in Birdseye, IN making a short stop at the Patoka
Lake Winery before boarding the Patoka Pride for our 2- hour Sunset Buffet/Dinner Cruise. We will
relax on board the 60' Patoka Price; there is an indoor viewing area as well as open-air Upper Deck viewing area.
There isn't a shuttle from the hotel to the casino nor from
the casino to the hotel, but there are taxis available.
Friday, we will have a hot breakfast before our local
guide joins us for a tour of French Lick/West Baden. After the tour, we will travel to Montgomery
IN to Gasthof's Village where they have crafts, flea market, home made breads, pies, cinnamon rolls, etc. At
11:30, we will have lunch & then return to our homes. Approximate return time to Lawrenceville is 2:00
PM (IL time).
"Meet Me In St.
Louis", Wed. Sept. 5, $104,
Myers Theartre, Hillsboro, IN, a comedy/musical. Includes transportation, lunch,
show, & gratuity. Based on the heartwarming MGM film, "Meet
Me in St Louis" is a rare treasure in the musical theatre; a wholesome and delightful portrait of a turn-of-the-century
American family. It is the summer of 1903 and the Smith family eagerly-anticipated the opening of the 1904 World's Fair. Over
the course of a year, the families mutual respect, tempered with a good nature humor, helps them through romance, opportunity,
and heartbreak. Musical numbers include, "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas", "The boy next door",
"The trolley song", and "Whenever I'm with you", etc.
Cafe' Noir", Wed. Oct. 17, $104, Myers Theartre, Hillsboro, IN. This is a comedy/mystery/music.
This 1940s detective story come to life it features Rick Archer. PI, out to find a curvaceous runaway on
the forgotten island of Mustique, a place stuck in a black-and-white era. The owner of the Cafe' Noir
has washed ashore, murdered, and Rick's partner was the last person to see him. Rick employees his hard-boiled
talents to find the killer, was it the French madam and the club manager, the voodoo priestess, the shyster British attorney,
the black marketer, or the femme fatale (seductive woman)? The audience vote twice on what they want Rick to do next and these
decisions change the flow of this comedy tribute to the Bogart era.
Thank you for
traveling with B-Jay Travel.
All trips pick up in Flora, Olney, Lawrenceville, & sometimes at other locations.
NOTE: Last minute reservations are some times possible.
It is always better to make reservations early, but don't hesitate to call at the last
minute. I may have cancellations and can get you on the trip.
For more information
about any trip or make a reservation contact Carolyn Bennett-McDonald, 618-928-3282/618-395-1270
or send an e-mail email@example.com