Pictures from our trip to the Cloisters in NYC
Jean Seroka has graciously agreed to take over as CCAL Trip Coordinator. Her contact information is: firstname.lastname@example.org or 607.988.7007. If you would like to be added or removed from the trip mailing list for receiving information about CCAL trips, please contact Jean by email or phone.
Jean is planning a Christmas trip for Monday, December 4, 2017 to Schenectady. When all details have been finalized, information will be sent to everyone on her Trips list.
Two upcoming events for 2018:
Click on the link below to download trip form,
This needs to be completed and given to Jean Seroka by June 29th. See form for details.
Monday, July 24, 2017
Tickets have been reserved for the 1:30 pm Matinee performance of The Siege of Calais at Glimmerglass Festival, Cooperstown, NY. This bel canto opera is a story which inspired courage and self-sacrifice during the Hundred Years’ War (1337-1453) between England and France. Written during the first half of the 19th century by composer Gaetano Donizetti and librettist Salvatore Cammarano, is a rarely heard opera with themes of homeland and heroism.
To reserve tickets, please contact:
Message from Nancy Kocher (CCAL trip coordinator):
Happy Fall everyone!
I have a trip planned Saturday, November 19, 2016 to the Bundy Museum and the Roberson Museum and Science Center. A signup form is attached below with all of the information. If you are taking the course, It’s About Time! The Bundy Manufacturing Co. & IBM’s Early History this trip would be a great way to see in person what the course is all about.
The trip leaves Oneonta at 9:45 am returning by 6:00 pm on Sat., Nov. 19th. COST IS VERY REASONABLE at $44.00 per person. This includes transportation, both guided tours at the museums, the planetarium show, the Roberson mansion tour and the tips for both the bus driver and the docents. Lunch will be at your expense.
We will have a guided tour of the Bundy Museum, if you are unable to do stairs (I must be informed when you register) so they can set up the museum room with the virtual tour of the mansion. There is no elevator. We will go to lunch at a well know restaurant Little Venice in Binghamton. The restaurant was recommended by both museums and Eastern Travel. The cost of lunch is on your own. The restaurant has reasonable price points and a great looking menu. Google Little Venice in Binghamton to check it out.
After lunch we will visit the Roberson Museum & Science Center for a guided tour of the mansion, a self guided tour of the museum and we will also see the Planetarium Show. The Museum and Science center continues to be locally, regionally and nationally recognized for it’s excellence in art, history and science education.
ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS TRIP PLEASE SEND ME AN EMAIL: email@example.com OR CALL :607-263-2014.
The Roberson will be decorated for the holidays at this time, an added bonus!
I am working on a trip to the Bundy Museum of History & Art in Binghamton, NY. CCAL is offering a course, (It’s The Bundy Manufacturing Co. and IBM’s Early History) being given by Janna Rudler on October 7th that will take you through the history of IBM and the local people who started the company. I have decided to plan a trip to the museum, lunch and another museum in the afternoon. It is still in the working stage.
This trip will be in October and might be scheduled for a Saturday for those folks who may still be working. Watch for the notice, I should finalize this soon.
You can enjoy the trip even if you are unable to make the CCAL class. My email trip list has a number of people who like our trips but are not members of CCAL. Please feel free to forward my email to friends and family regarding the next trip, all are welcome.
Trip Coordinator Nancy Kocher: (607) 263-2014 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Message from Nancy Kocher – CCAL trip coordinator:
I have a CCAL Fundraiser bus trip to Clayton, NY in Thousand Islands. Please see the attachment for the information. I will send you more information regarding the boxed lunch choices before the trip.
We will be visiting the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton where you will be amazed at this wonderful museum. The vintage boats is outstanding and include racing boats, sailboats and pleasure boats. This museum not only represents the boating industry but gives lots of historical and education on the Thousand Island area. You will learn about the use of boats in exploration, racing and war. They also have George Boldt’s houseboat on display. I was fascinated with this museum when I visited and I have never been a boater. The reviews are very good online for this museum. We will have 1 1/2 hours at the Boat Museum.
We will have a 3 hour Thousand Island boat cruise that will include a stop at Rock Island Lighthouse State Park where we will enjoy a boxed lunch, visit the cottage museum and if you like, walk up to the top of the Lighthouse. The island has shaded areas and benches for your comfort. We will board the cruise at 12:00 and return to Clayton around 3:30 where you will have time to stroll the streets for a little shopping and dinner before boarding the bus at 6:00 pm. Most of the shops are open until 5:00 and there are many great choices with varying price points for dinner or snacks.
If you have any questions, send me an email or give me a call at: