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River Bluffs & Rolling Hills Sheldon Theatre interior Two Fun Filled Days!


This sample itinerary is best Wednesday through Sunday, Spring through Fall. You’ll find it at coordi- nates L-17 & K-17 on the 2008 Annual Group Travel Map distributed in the Fall 2007 issue of Itineraries Minnesota Magazine.


DAY ONE 1 – 2:30 pm Enjoy a sight seeing tour of Lake Pepin on “Pearl of the Lake”, a modern day replica of the grand riverboats that traveled the Mississippi River in the 1800’s; the Paddle wheelers. The name, Pearl of the Lake, emphasizes the historic significance shared by paddlewheel boats and the freshwater pearl industry on the upper Mississippi River. The mussels that produce fresh water pearls are very sensitive to pollution and an important indicator of water clarity. 2:30 – 3:00 pm Your motorcoach will then take you into a residential area to view the small white wooden church with a Swedish ancestry, First Lutheran Church. Founded in 1869.


3 – 3:30 pm


Board your motorcoach and head north on US-61 to Red Wing.


3:30 – 4:30 pm Choose one of Red Wing’s fine accommodations sure


Sheldon Theatre


to suit every group’s needs. 4:30 – 6:30 pm


After a rest and some freshening up, head out for an evening of fun! Whether your group is looking for casual or formal dining, Red Wing offers a range of choices.


6:30 – 9:00 pm


When your bellies are full you’ll be the guest in the heart of downtown’s historic performing arts theatre; Sheldon Theatre. Presenting music, theatre, dance, comedy, drama and more. Call ahead to check the current schedule.


DAY TWO 9 – 10:00 am Wake up to a Java pick-me-up! In search of caffeine


your group will find several coffee shops with imported and gourmet coffees, lattes and espressos. Many of these shops also offer bakery items, sandwiches, and unique gifts and cards. 10 – 11:00 am View the Betcher Memorial Chapel & Blodgett Memorial Arched Gateway, built in 1907. The octagon-designed chapel was built with the finest Red Wing stone and features a red tile roof with copper trimmings. Inside, opalescent stained-glass windows of Gothic design have an added dignity and beauty. The arched gateway is massive, yet graceful; two smaller arches flank its wide carriage arch. 11 – 1:00 pm


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