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excursions All excursions depart from the Tennis Center Parking Lot.


Mulligan Stew


Enjoy a bit of Ireland with a delicious corned beef and cabbage lunch and a delightful sing-along with traditional Irish songs and Celtic music performed by Mulligan Stew at the Victorian Ballroom of the Jacob Henry Mansion Estate in Joliet. Our outing includes a self-guided tour of the 1873 two-story, 40-room mansion, which is an historical city, state, and national landmark, and the Old Central Church, a classic example of a grand church from the late 1800s. Register by: 3/6.


Code Day Date Time 6659 Tu


R/NR 3/14 9:30am-4:30pm $77/$83 Macy’s Spring Flower Show / Walnut Room


Experience the magical world of floral architecture, magnificent landscapes and fragrant gardens bursting with color in this landmark store. Enjoy a self-guided walk of themed garden displays. We’ll dine afterward in the Walnut Room on your choice of entree served with bread, butter, Walnut Room salad, Frango Mint Ice Cream Pie, and a non-alcoholic beverage. Register by: 3/24.


Code Day Date Time 6748 W 4/5


R/NR 9:30am-2:30pm $50/$56 South Pacific at Fireside Inn


Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific is a story of love, of heroism, of courage, of optimism, of America. Set during World War II, this epic tale is told with humor, passion, beauty, action, and one of Broadway’s most impressive musical scores featuring such unforgettable songs as “Some Enchanted Evening,” “I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair,” “There is Nothing Like a Dame,” “I’m in Love With a Wonderful Guy,” and the beautifully haunting “Bali Hai.” This is one of the very few musicals to have earned the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. We will have lunch and see the show at The Fireside in Fort Atchison. Time for shopping and visiting the bakery will also be available. Register by: 3/17.


Code Day Date Time 6693 Th


R/NR 4/20 8am-6pm $108/$114 My Fair Lady at Lyric Opera


The charming story of Eliza Doolittle, a young flower seller with a strong Cockney accent. and Professor Henry Higgins, the phonetics professor who believes he can teach her to speak like a proper lady, My Fair Lady is guaranteed to capture your heart. An all-star cast, plus the Lyric Opera Orchestra and Chorus, will charm you with Lerner & Loewe’s delightful tunes including “on the Street Where You Live,” “Get Me to the Church on Time,” “Wouldn’t It Be Lovely?,” “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face,” and more! This award-winning classic is packed with love, laughter, and your favorite songs in grand-scale production! This outing includes main floor seating and transportation only, no lunch included. Register by: 4/7.


Code Day Date Time 6749 W 5/10 12-6pm


Relativity at Northlight Theatre


We will journey north to Skokie for lunch at a local fine Asian cuisine restaurant with your choice of entree before seeing a world premiere at the Northlight Theatre. Author Mark S. Germain showcases his signature blend of insight, intellect, humor, and heart in this fictional account of a legendary figure. In 1902, Albert and Mileva Einstein had a baby daughter. After 1904 she was never seen or spoken of again. Forty years later, a reporter interviews Einstein about this mysterious piece of his past, revealing shocking secrets about his family and his personal life. While the reporter questions Einstein on his theory of relativity and his decisions, she also poses a query of her own: to be a great man, does one first need to be a good man? Register by: 4/26.


Code Day Date Time 6767 W 6/7


R/NR 10:30am-5pm $92/$98 R/NR $90/$96


Pioneers (55+)


A National Gold Medal Agency


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