Adult Trips

Member Registration begins September 15, 2020

Non-Member Registration begins September 18, 2020

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REMINDERS


Trip Cancellation Policy
If you cancel out of a trip that has a waiting list and we are able to fill your spot, you will be refunded all but $5. BRC keeps a $5 cancellation fee. If we are unable to fill your spot, no money will be refunded.


Trip Payment Policy
All trips must be paid for at time of registration, whether it is in person or over the phone. We accept cash, check, credit and debit cards. If you call in and register by phone, please have your credit card or debit card ready. Also, due to a system upgrade, we require the 3 digit code on the back of your card EACH TIME you register for an activity. Please be prepared to provide this. Your payment secures your spot on the trip. This ensures that all trips are kept full and paid for. Sorry, no exceptions will be made.

 

Lunch Bunch Trips
Where oh where oh where shall we go—where we end up only Salli knows! Calling all adventure seekers who love exploring different areas in our region. The fee covers transportation & admissions.


Wednesday, October 14
Wednesday, November 11
Wednesday, December 2
Wednesday, January 27
8:00am-5:30pm
Max of 13 people
$25 Member; $28 Non Member


Fabric Shop Hop
Let’s hit the road to check out several quilt shops. On the itinerary for the day are shops in Pomona, Lawrence, Eudora, Lenexa and Olathe. If time allows we may make another stop or two on our way home. We will plan to make snack & lunch stops but you may want to bring a few snacks with you since we don’t know what the dine-in situation will be. Fee covers transportation.


Wednesday, September 23
8:00am-5:30pm
Max 13 people
$20 Member; $23 Non Member


Southeast Kansas
Let’s head off the beaten path and see what southeastern Kansas has to offer. A few of the things we will see are the haunted mur-der Bordello Museum in Galena, Tow-Tater (the inspiration for Tow-Mater in the movie, Cars.) The Galena Mining & Historical Museum in an old train depot, the Rainbow Bridge on Route 66, the Old Riverton Store which has been operational since 1925 and Decades of Wheels. The fee covers admissions & transportation.


Wednesday, September 30
7:30am-5:30pm
Max of 13 people
$40 Members; $43 Non Members


McPherson Revisited
McPherson is a small town with a lot to offer. Plans have been made to tour the beautifully restored Opera House, Community Building & McPherson Museum. We are working on being able to tour the Auto Restoration Program at McPherson College which is the only program like it in the world. The fee covers admissions, transportation & the trolley.


Wednesday, October 7th
8:00am-5:30pm
Max of 13 people
$40 Member; $43 Non Member


Holiday Décor & More
Do you need to change up your Christmas decorations? Or may-be you are just looking for the latest decorating ideas. Join us as we head to Manhattan to Eclectic Charm, Gatherings @ 313, 1419 Mercantile, Blue River Traders then back through Topeka for a stop at The Red Door. We may find a few other stores along the way that draws us in like The Friendship House in Wamego for homemade cookies. The fee covers transportation.


Thursday, October 29
7:30am-5:30pm
Max of 10 people
$20 Member $23 Non Member


West Bottoms
The West Bottoms come alive once a month, when antiques & vintage goods open in old warehouses for the first weekend events, which also includes food trucks & sometimes live music. You will have plenty of time to rummage around looking for that one of a kind treasure. The fee covers transportation.


Friday, November 6
7:00am-5:00pm
Max of 10 people
$20 Member; $23 Non Member

Branson Bound
Branson, here we come! Included in this trip will be some of the best things Branson has to offer. The first stop will be at Tangers Outlet Mall where you can grab a quick lunch at the A&W, plus check out their many awesome stores. After shopping and stretching our legs, we will go down the road and catch The Comedy Jamboree at Grand Country. From hilarious, clean comedy and floor pounding dancing, to today’s country hits and gospel classics, this show is a hot ticket!


In the same complex, we will have dinner at the Grand Country Buffet before heading to our next exciting show—The Haygood’s, which is Branson’s most popular show. Five brothers and one sister will wow you as they play on twenty instruments. Stunning visual effects and a state of the art stage presentation are the backdrop to an amazing array of musical styles for this all new show for 2020. La Quinta Inn will once again be our home away from home each evening.


Day 2 begins with a visit to Top of the Rock where you will ride in golf carts along the two and a half mile ride of the Lost Canyon Nature Trail. Waterfalls, natural rock formations and covered Amish bridges dot the trek. While at Top of the Rock, you will ride the shuttle to the Ancient Ozarks National History Museum. This 35,000 square foot museum is a treasure trove of American Indian artifacts and art, dioramas showcasing massive creatures who roamed the land before humans and an impressive collection of Civil War relics. Lunchtime will find us at The Grand Village where you can shop and catch lunch at Mel’s Hard Luck Diner where they have singing waiters, or The Sugar Leaf Bakery and Café. Noah at The Sight and Sound Theatre will be our afternoon show as it brings to life the inspiring story of one determined man’s fight to stay ahead of the disastrous, world-wide flood to save his family and the future of God’s many precious creatures. Noah fea-tures more creatures than any other bible story. We will catch a quick supper at Montana Mike’s followed by The Clay Cooper Country Express show. Clay and his cast of 24 incredible entertainers show their versatility while perform-ing all styles of music. The singing, dancing and hysterical comedy will keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.


Day 3, before heading back to Burlington we will visit the brand new Aquarium at the Boardwalk. You will take a walking journey through the oceans of the world. Here, you will be mesmerized by up-close views of amaz-ing creatures, ranging from colorful fish, seahorses and jel-lyfish to octopi, eels and sharks. You will walk through a tunnel in the heart of the aquarium and into an ancient sunken ship.
Prepare to be amazed!


After an exhilarating 3 days, we will head back to Burlington. Included in the trip fee is transportation, 2 nights lodging at La Quinta Inn, 2 hot buffet breakfasts at La Quinta Inn, dinners at Grand Country Buffet and Montana Mike’s, Comedy Jamboree Show, The Haygoods, Noah at Sight and Sound Theatre, Clay Cooper Country Express Show, Top of the Rock, Lost Canyon Nature Trail Tour, An-cient Ozarks Natural History Museum, Aquarium at the Boardwalk and two shopping opportunities. Don’t miss this opportunity to see what wonderful things Branson has to offer!


October 20, 21 and 22
7:00am—6:00pm
Max of 23 people
$520/person Single +$10 Non Mem
$420/person Double +$10 Non Mem
$390/person Triple +$10 Non Mem
$370/person Quad +$10 Non Mem
Deposit of $100 required
Balance must be paid by September 15


Don’t Dress for Dinner
Bernard (Charles Shaughnessy from the sitcom The Nanny) is planning a romantic weekend with his chic mistress while his wife is away. He has arranged for a gourmet cook to prepare their meals & invited his best friend Robert along to provide the alibi. This well thought-out plan goes south in a hurry when Bernard’s wife decides not to go away. Everyone’s alibi’s gets confused with everyone else’s and hilarious confusion ensues. A stop at either Oak Park Mall or TJ Maxx will be a part of the day. The fee covers transportation, show & lunch.


Wednesday, December 9
9:00am-5:30pm
Max of 13 people
$52 Member; $55 Non Member

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