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The COCKTAIL CABARET
Freedom Hall Theatre
Sunday, July 15, 3:00pm
Tickets: Residents $20 / Guests $25
“The Cocktail Cabaret” is an upbeat, stylish, intimate cabaret-style musical reminiscent of vintage Vegas that is designed to celebrate the cocktail hour experience.
Direct from the famed Cleopatra’s Barge in Caesars Palace, this musical revue features
live original music as well as well-known stylized and re-imagined modern standards
performed by four Broadway-caliber powerhouse singers with musical direction by
renowned pianist Philip Fortenberry.
“Vintage Vegas is back!” Robin Leach, The Celebrity Insider
“They blew my mind…” John Katsilometes, Las Vegas Review Journal
“Raising the bar on entertainment – literally!” Bobbie Katz, The ClassProject.com
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Temecula Wine Country & March Air Field Museum
Thursday & Friday,
July 26 & 27
$305 double occupancy per person
$355 single occupancy
Price includes: bus fare, hotel, wine tours & tastings, one boxed lunch, March Field Air Museum admission & tour, and one breakfast.
Minimum 12 guests – Maximum 29 guests.
Ticket sales cutoff: Thursday, July 5, 4:00 p.m.
Temecula Valley Wine Tour
The Temecula Valley is Southern California’s Wine Country. Over 30 wineries populate the region’s rolling hills and sprawling valleys producing a variety of wines, including award-winning and artisan Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir.
Your Wine Tour includes:
• A private vehicle to transport just our group
• Tour of four unique wineries
• Standard wine tasting flights at all four wineries
• Picnic lunch with choice of eight artisan boxed lunches with side salads and dessert
• A behind-the-scenes wine making tour at one of the wineries (VIP access to a barrel room and/or actual vines to learn about the wine making process)
You’ll also spend an evening exploring Old Town Temecula where you can step back in time as you walk the wooden boardwalks past rustic western-era buildings, antique shops, and specialty boutiques featuring Temecula-made artisan goods.
March Field Air Museum:
March Field is the West Coast’s oldest continuously operated military airfield, and a birthplace of the modern Air Force that our nation relies upon today. See early aircraft including the 1903 pioneer which launched the era of powered flight, WWII bombing icons, Cold War fighters, an MQ-1 Predator, and more.
Thursday, July 26
6:45 am - Bus arrives at Sun City Anthem down from glass revolving doors
7:00 am - Depart Sun City Anthem for Temecula, with rest stop in Barstow, CA
12:30 pm - Arrive at hotel, to be picked up by Grapeline Tours
12:30-6:00pm - Lunch + Wine & Wine-making Tours, Tastings with Grapeline Tours
6:00 pm - Return to Hotel, check in
6:30 pm - Depart for Temecula Old Town (shopping & dinner on your own)
8:30 pm - Return to hotel for the night (Hotel: Holiday Inn Express, La Quinta Inn or similar)
Friday, July 27
8:30 am - Breakfast at hotel (included)
9:45 am - Depart for Temecula Old Town (shopping & lunch on your own)
12:30 pm - Depart Temecula
1:00 pm - Arrive March Field Air Museum, group tour & free time
3:00 pm - Depart for Las Vegas, with dinner stop in Barstow (on your own)
8:00 pm - Arrive at Sun City Anthem (approx)
*Times and Itinerary may be adjusted as needed.
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Grand Canyon Caverns & Kingman Railroad Museum
Wednesday, August 15, 6:45am to 4:45pm
$79 per person (Price includes bus fare, tour of the Grand Canyon Caverns and admission to the Kingman Railroad Museum)
Minimum 35 guests
Ticket sales cutoff: Tuesday, August 7, 4:00pm
Grand Canyon Caverns:
The Grand Canyon Caverns are the largest dry caverns in the United States, located 200 to 300 feet below the surface. Guests enter and leave the caverns by means of an exploration elevator, dropping 21 stories underground, making the caverns easily accessible.
Because the caverns are so deep underground, the temperature is always constant, a mild 56 degrees, and there is zero humidity.
The caverns offer a number of unique geological formations that can be easily viewed from smoothly paved walking trails. The walking trails have handrails and there are a number of benches for resting along the way.
Lunch is not included with this tour. Bring your own or there is a restaurant onsite, the Grand Canyon Caverns Restaurant, which is a diner-style restaurant with typical American food (sandwiches, salads, soups, burgers, etc.).
Kingman Railroad Museum:
With the cooperation of the City of Kingman and a mission to preserve the historical Railroad Depot, the Whistle Stop Railroad Club has created, operates and maintains the Kingman Railroad Museum. The club is comprised of volunteers who have a shared interest in finding and obtaining railroad memorabilia, and in sharing their findings with the public. Their educational and attractive layouts are on display for you to enjoy.
6:45 am – Bus arrives at Sun City Anthem down from revolving glass doors at Anthem Building
7:00 am - Depart Sun City for Peach Springs, AZ
10:00 am - Arrive at Grand Canyon Caverns, guided tour (included) and lunch (not-included)
1:00 pm - Depart for Kingman, AZ
2:00 pm - Arrive at the Kingman Railroad Museum - free time to explore
2:45 pm- Depart for Las Vegas
4:45pm - Bus arrives at Sun City Anthem
*Times and Itinerary may be adjusted as needed.
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Bus Trip: Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks
Tuesday thru Saturday, September 11-15
$859 per person double occupancy /$1209 pp single occupancy: Price includes chaperoned bus transportation, admission to Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks and Lava Hot Springs, 4 nights hotel accommodations. Meals and driver/chaperone gratuity not included.
Tickets on sale Thursday, July 5. Minimum 30 guests
Ticket sales cutoff: Monday, August 20 4:00 p.m.
Experience some of America’s most astounding landscapes as you visit two of the country’s most famous national parks! Highlights of this five-day tour include photo stops and exploration time in the breath-taking Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, as well as an afternoon in the healing mineral waters of Lava Hot Springs. Finish your trip exploring the many historical buildings and cultural attractions that put Salt Lake City on the Forbes Traveler list of ‘America's Most Visited Tourist Attractions.’
Day 1 - Las Vegas to Pocatello, ID
Sun City Anthem to Pocatello, ID
Lunch and dinner stops in Cedar City and Salt Lake City, UT.
Overnight lodging: Pocatello, ID
Day 2 - Pocatello, ID to Yellowstone National Park, WY
Pocatello, ID to Yellowstone National Park
Stops at Grand Prismatic Spring & Old Faithful/free time for exploration on your own
Overnight lodging: West Yellowstone, MT or vicinity
Day 3 - Yellowstone NP to Grand Teton NP to Jackson, WY
Hotel to Yellowstone Caldera, Upper falls, West Thumb Geyser Basin Trail
Afternoon travel from Yellowstone to Grand Teton National Park for sightseeing & photo stops
Grand Teton to Jackson, WY for evening free time, dinner and exploration on your own
Overnight lodging: Jackson, WY
Day 4 - Lava Hot Springs and Salt Lake City
Jackson, WY to Lava Hot Springs, ID
Relaxation time in healing mineral waters of Lava Hot Springs (swim suit/towel needed)
Afternoon travel to Salt Lake City, UT for evening dinner and exploration time at Temple Square, City Creek
Overnight lodging: Salt Lake City, UT
Day 5 - Salt Lake City to Las Vegas
Morning free time to explore Salt Lake City
Noon departure for Las Vegas with lunch and dinner stops in Fillmore and St. George, UT
8:00 pm PST – approximate arrival at Sun City Anthem
*Please remember that times and Itinerary may be adjusted as needed.
Refunds are given 2 weeks prior to an event.