Fun and Educational Weekend Outing to Seneca Falls
June 6, 2020 - June 7, 2020
Plans are under way to spend Saturday, June 6, and Sunday, June 7, discovering many of the sights and sounds of Seneca Falls, the municipality where the women’s rights movement in America was triggered and solidified over one hundred seventy years ago, and where the set of It’s a Wonderful Life was supposedly modeled after.
The group will leave early on Saturday from The Beltrone Living Center heading west and stopping at several famous New York State wineries including Montezuma Winery and Hidden Marsh Distillery for tastings. Then on to the Women’s Rights National Historical Park, which includes the Elizabeth Cady Stanton House, the Wesleyan Chapel, and the Women’s Rights National Park Visitors Center. The group will be staying overnight at the Hampton Inn Seneca Falls. On Sunday, stops at the National Women’s Hall of Fame and the Saunders (Amish) Country Store are scheduled. There will also be time to explore on your own.
The cost of the outing is $200 for members of THE CENTER and $220 for not-yet-members and includes transportation by Premiere Transportation, overnight accommodations (based on double occupancy), some meals, snacks on the bus, and fees for attractions. Bus will pick-up at King Thiel Senior Community and The Beltrone Living Center. Space is limited. Please call Sharon Herald at 518-459-2857 ext. 302 to reserve your spot.