Adult Trips

Member Registration begins January 21, 2020

Non-Member Registration begins January 24, 2020

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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
Variety is the spice of life so join these mystery day trips to make a memory or two with your friends! The fee covers transportation and admission.

Wednesday, February 26
Tuesday, March 9
Wednesday, April 22
Wednesday, May 20
Wednesday, June 10

Max of 23 people
$25 Member; $28 Non Member

Sac and Fox Casino (carryover from Fall )
Don't let the January blues get the best of you. Get out of the house and go with us to the Sac and Fox for some gaming fun! The fee covers transportation.

Wednesday, January 29
Max of 13 people
$20 Members; $23 Non Members

Topeka Wheatfield 9
Let’s check out the new movie theatre in Topeka! After the movie we will buzz to Johnny’s Tavern for lunch. If time allows we might find a home décor shop or something else fun to do before we head home. Fee covers transportation only. Lunch and movie admission are on your own.

Tuesday, February 4
Max of 13 people
$10 Members; $13 Non Members

Church Basement Ladies
The hilarious musical comedy Church Basement Ladies is back starring Cindy Williams. It celebrates church basement kitchens everywhere and the wonderful unsung women who work there. The script is spot on, the music is toe-tapping, the humor is delicious and the cast includes some of the funniest people ever assembled on the stage. Fee covers a stop at Oak Park Mall, lunch, show and

Wednesday, February 19
Max of 13 people
$52 Members; $55 Non Members

Nelson Atkins and the Plaza
Take a docent led tour of the beautiful Nelson Atkins Museum of Art. Our guide will help us enjoy, appreciate and understand the finest visual arts. Following our tour we will head to the Plaza for lunch and free time to browse the many unique shops.

Wednesday, March 4
Max of 23 people
$20 Members; $23 Non Members

I Still Believe
It’s time for another feel good movie. I Still Believe centers on the uplifting and inspiring true-life story of Christian music mega-star Jeremy Camp. The story follows Camp’s remarkable journey of love and loss that proves that there is always hope and that faith tested is faith worth sharing. We will be going to Emporia for this movie. The fee covers transportation only.

(Note: Time might change slightly depending on movie times)

Tuesday, March 24
Max of 23 people
$10 Member; $13 Non Members

Down By the Riverside
We will have back to back uplifting trips! Down By the Riverside will be at The Chestnut Theatre in Olathe. This show is a joyful, energetic celebration of gospel music—contemporary and traditional spirituals—music that will lift your spirits. Come ready to clap your hands and tap your toes. Prior to the show we will catch lunch at a nearby restaurant and stop by Olathe Glass to check out this great home décor shop. The fee covers transportation and show.

Wednesday, March 25
Max of 13 people
$45 Member; $48 Non Member

Golden Eagle Casino
Go where the winners go for a little gaming fun! Fee covers transportation and a $15 playing credit.

Tuesday, March 31
Max of 13 people
$20 Members; $23 Non Members

Greenwood, MO
It’s time for a little antiquing, so let’s try Greenwood, MO! This small town offers a variety of stores and you are sure to find a treasure or hidden gem. Fee covers transportation.

Wednesday, April 8
Max of 10 people
$20 Members; $23 Non Members

Million Dollar Quartet
Back again is the smash-hit musical inspired by the famed recording session that brought together rock’n’roll icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins for the first and only time. On December 4, 1956 these four young musicians gathered at Sun Records in Memphis for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions ever. Million Dollar Quartet brings that legendary night to life! This thrilling Broadway musical takes you inside the recording studio for an unforgettable night of rock’n’roll. Fee covers a stop at Oak Park Mall, lunch, show and transportation.

Thursday, April 16
Max of 13 people
$52 Members; $55 Non Members

Tulips at Twilight
It’s tulip time and we are going to enjoy their beauty at Lake Shawnee and Old Prairie Town at Ward Meade. While the sun shines we will go by Lake Shawnee and walk through their beautiful displays. After a supper stop we will head to Old Prairie Town where they will have 35 lighted displays—45,000 tulips illuminated by luminaria. See 20’ tall illuminated tulip sculptures, rivers of blue lights, lanterns floating in the Asian garden and much, much more. You will also enjoy live music and tours of Old Prairie Town’s 1800 village buildings. Fee covers transportation and admissions.

Friday, April 17
Max of 13 people
$30 Members; $33 Non Members

Steppin’ Back
Come with us on an excursion to Waterville, Kansas, population about 600. Before reaching Waterville, we will stop at Blue Rapids where we will take a trip around the round square and board the train for a short ride across the Little Blue River. Next, we will be off to Waterville where we will have lunch at the beautiful 1905 Weaver Hotel. After lunch we will tour the Weaver, The 1903 Opera House and the Caboose Museum. Before leaving town there will be a stop at Auntie M’s attic where we will enjoy high tea with the Mad Hatter (aka Ann Walter) and promenade through women’s history while relishing vintage clothing, hats and accessories that adorned women from the 1850’s to the 1980’s. This will be a full day of steppin’ back in time. Fee covers tours, train ride, lunch, high tea, clothing presentation and transportation.

Thursday, May 7
Max of 14 people
$48 Members; $51 Non Members

Johnson County Garden Tour
Here is your chance to peek inside and tour five of the most beautiful private gardens in Kansas City. Each garden is owned and maintained by a master gardener. While on the tour you will receive information about each garden and educational fact sheets full of practical tips and ideas. The garden owners and volunteers will be available to answer questions. Fee covers transportation and admission.

Friday, May 15
Max of 13 people
$35 Members; $38 Non Members

Do you like to gamble or maybe shopping is your thing? If so, sign up to go on this trip! Those wanting to only gamble will be dropped at Hollywood and those who want to only shop or maybe want to do some of both will be taken to Legends and shuttled back to Hollywood during the early afternoon. Fee covers transportation.

Wednesday, May 27
Max of 13 people
$20 Members; $23 Non Members

Garage Sale/Resale
We are off to find treasures! Our first goal is to see if we can find a few neighborhood garage sales. If we tire of that, we will stop at a few resale shops and, of course, lunch will be a part of our day! Fee covers transportation.

Thursday, June 4
Max of 10 people
$20 Members; $23 Non Members

Common Threads Regional Quilt Show
This regional quilt show celebrates the workmanship and creative expression of quilters throughout the south-central region of Kansas. You will have time to visit the vendors, enjoy the quilts on display and participate in a wide range of activities. Fee covers admission and transportation.

Thursday, June 25
Max of 13 people
$32 Members; $35 Non Members

Tucked away in the Missouri River Valley, Hermann, MO is a picture book village where 19th century brick buildings hug the sidewalk as they do in Germany. On this trip, you will experience a little of everything Hermann has to offer. 


After arriving in Hermann, lunch (on your own) will be at the Hermann Wurst House. The afternoon will be spent at the Historic District checking out antique stores, coffee shops, boutiques, candy store, chocolate shop, bakery and much more! After checking into the upscale Hermann Hill Boutique Hotel, we will go to The Vintage at Stone Hill and Stone Hill Winery. You will have a tour of the large underground cellars, which are the largest series of vaulted cellars in North America. At the tours’ conclusion, you will visit the tasting room. Supper will be at the Vintage which is a former carriage house and horse barn. During dinner, a local German accordionist wearing traditional German costume will entertain. As we “retreat” to the hotel, you will be able to enjoy evening ice cream and cookies, margaritas and appetizers.

Day 2 will begin at The Hermann Farm where your tour will include the First Settlement Village, two historic homes, period gardens, an open-air tram ride around the property, presentation of the Shire Draft Horses, a stop for a stunning scenic view over-looking the Missouri River and much more. The tour ends at the Black Shire Distillery, where tastings and cocktails are available. Lunch will be on your own at one of the wonderful down-town establishments. After lunch, we will tour the Historic Hermann Museum. The docents are in period costume and make the experience come to life. The afternoon will be spent at two wineries—one is on a hillside overlooking the Missouri River and the other is in the Frene Valley and is the oldest family farm winery in the country. Supper will be at the Harvest Table Eatery. Once again we will “retreat” for an evening of relaxation and fun.

Day 3, after a made to order breakfast at our hotel, we will make a stop at Saint Martin’s Church and Museum at Starkenburg. Lunch will be along the way as we travel back home. All beds on this trip are King’s. To keep the cost down, it is best to stay in a double room.

Fee includes transportation, guided driving tour, Stone Hill Winery tour and tastings, supper at The Vintage, Hermann Farm Living History Tour, Historic Hermann Museum, tastings at Oakglenn Winery and Adam Ruchta Winery, supper at Harvest Table Eatery, two nights lodging at Hermann Hill Boutique Hotel which includes evening ice cream and cookies, full gourmet breakfast, welcome snack tray, picnic lunch, margaritas and appetizers.

Tuesday, April 28—Thursday, April 30
Leave at 7:00am; Return at 6:00pm
Max of 22
Single Room $660/person
Double Room $460/person
$100 deposit due at registration
Final Payment due March 15


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