Adult Trips

Member Registration begins May 11, 2021

Non-Member Registration begins May 14, 2021

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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
It’s travel time! Join us as we make a few memories traveling to a mystery destination.

The fee covers admissions & transportation.

Wednesday, July 14
Wednesday, August 18
Wednesday, September 15
Max of 13 people
$25 Member; $28 Non Member

Pioneer Woman
Pawhuska, OK has transformed into a fun destination primarily because of the Ree and Ladd Drummond family. Ree, aka the Pioneer Woman, has made quite a name for herself due in large part to her famous TV show. While in Pawhuska you will have time to visit “The Merc” and shop at this gorgeous store and restaurant. Lunch will be at your choice of the many options available in town. The town has blossomed so there are plenty of small shops to explore. If the Lodge where Ree films her show happens to be open we will drive out and see the ranch & Lodge. Pawhuska has maintained their rich history by keeping their downtown buildings intact. Eighty-six of their 98 downtown buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The fee covers transportation.

Wednesday, June 2
Max of 13 people
$25 Member; $28 Non Member

Garage Sale/Re-Sale
Garage sale shopping in the KC area will be on the agenda first and if we have trouble finding very many of those we will catch a few Re-Sale/consignment stores. The fee covers transportation.

Friday, June 11
Max of 10 people
$20 Member; $23 Non Member

Hollywood Casinos and Legends
Those who like to gamble can gamble and those who like to shop can shop, or if you like to do a little of both that also can be arranged on this trip to the KC area. The fee covers transportation.

Wednesday, May 26
Max of 13 people
$20 Member; $23 Non Member

KC Quilt Festival
The 2021 KC Quilt Festival is still on so we are planning to take a group. This years activities and events are structured to honor the past, celebrate the present and nurture the future of time honored tradition quilting in all it’s form. Fee covers transportation and admission.

Thursday, June 17
Max of 13 people
$35 Member; $38 Non Member

McPherson Fun
McPherson is our destination for the day but on our way we will stop by the Maxwell Wildlife Refuge near Canton where we will view the Kansas Prairie up close & personal. This 2800 acre refuge is home to bison and elk. Next will be lunch in McPherson at Ristorante Italiano di Famiglia. Following lunch will be a tour of the beautifully restored Opera House. The last stop will be at their dynamite kitchen store, The Cook’s Nook. The gals there will tell you about some of the latest and greatest kitchen gadgets, cooking oils & spices. If time allows we may do a little down town shopping before heading back home. The fee covers both tours and transportation.

Wednesday, June 30
Max of 13 people
$40 Member; $43 Non Member

Antiques and Evergy Eats & Beats
Spend the afternoon in Topeka checking out the many antique stores & malls. After a fun afternoon of treasure hunting we will go downtown to check out the Evergy Eats and Beats where you can hear new artists share their talents and grab supper at one of the food trucks or at a local restaurant. Bring a bag lawn chair so you will be more comfortable or sit on one of their benches.

Thursday, July 8
Max of 10 people
$20 Member; $23 Non Member

Prairie Band Casino
Let’s get out of the house and go to the Prairie Band Casino and try our luck.

The fee covers transportation.

Wednesday, July 21
Max of 13 people
$15 Members; $18 Non Members

Small Town Fun
On this trip we will hit a few small towns around and see what they have to offer in their downtowns. We will catch lunch at one of the local hot spots while we are making our rounds. Holton, Sabetha, Seneca and possibly St. Mary’s are the towns we will check out. The fee covers transportation.

Wednesday, July 28
Max of 10 people
$20 Members; $23 Non Members

Established in 1925 by oilman Frank Phillips, Woolaroc is a 3700 acre working ranch & wildlife preserve which hosts over 30 types of wildlife, a world class museum, animal barn, historic lodge and much more. The museum is a 50,000 square foot facility with a collection described by Christie’s of New York as “one of the finest collections of Southwest art in the world.” The entire day will be spent at Woolaroc. Lunch will be at their concession stand with choices such as: longhorn burgers, bbq bison sandwiches, chicken wraps, Dippin’ Dots & much more. The fee covers transportation and admission.

Thursday, August 12
Max of 13 people
$35 Member; $38 Non Members

Auschwitz at Union Station
Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away. Is the most comprehensive exhibition dedicated to the history of Auschwitz and its role in the Holocaust ever presented in North America and an unparalleled opportunity to confront the singular face of human evil. This display at Union Station will include more than 700 original objects & 400 photographs from over 20 institutions & museums around the world. Lunch will be at Union Station or at a nearby restaurant. The fee covers transportation and admission.

Wednesday, August 25
Max of 13 people
$40 Members; $43 Non Members

Simply Garnett
Garnett has a lot going on so let’s go check it out. Come hungry as we will start by having breakfast at the Dutch Country Café. Next we will go see Val at Monroe 816 where she will give a live decorating demo and share with us some of the latest and greatest ideas for fall decorating. Other stops will be made at their 3 clothing boutiques, 2 flea markets, flower shop and lunch at Trade Winds Bar & Grill. Don’t miss this day as we visit this neighboring town. The fee includes transportation and demo.

Wednesday, September 1
Max of 10 people
$15 Members; $18 Non Members

Treasure Hunt
AKA—garage sale fever! Join us as we hit area wide gar-age sales to see what kind of treasures we can locate. The fee covers transportation.

Friday, September 10
Max of 10 people
$20 Members; $23 Non Members

Peace Treaty Over-nighter
The Medicine Lodge Peace Treaty Pageant takes place every 3 years and this is the year so we are going to venture that direction. It commemorates the Great Peace Council of 1867 between the US Government & the five Plains Tribes. This large-scale re-enactment takes place in a natural amphitheater in the beautiful Gyp Hills near the original site of the council. It compresses 300 years of history into 2 hours of entertainment & education. Day one finds us head-ed West to Greensburg to see the town after a tornado nearly destroyed it in 2007. While there we will tour the largest hand dug well. To finish out our travels for the day, we will drive through the beautiful Gyp Hills then onto Pratt for a stay at the Best Western Plus for the evening. Day 2 will be a full one as we take in the arts & crafts fair, parade, Peace Treaty Pageant, pow wow and historical night show at Medicine Lodge, KS.

Day 3 will be a leisurely trip back to Burlington.
The fee covers transportation, hotel accommodations, admissions and 2 breakfasts at the hotel.

September 23, 24 25
Max of 20 people
$383/person Single +$10 Non Member
$280/person Double +$10 Non Member
$245/person Triple +$10 Non Member
$228/person Quad +$10 Non Member
**Deposit of $100 required
**Balance must be paid by August 16
**NOTE: There are benches to sit on but to be more comfortable you might want to bring a bag lawn chair.