Trips & Social Events

Trips & Social Events


CCAL organizes a series of trips, usually by chartered bus, to places and events outside the Oneonta area. These include museums, historic sites and cultural performances. The cost varies depending on the distance, on prepaid admissions and whether meals are included. All members receive notices of trips via e-mail or U.S. mail inviting them to register.  Payment must be made at the time of registration.

CCAL trips are usually one day and begin and end at one of the local bus line terminals.

Jean Seroka is our current CCAL Trip Coordinator. Her contact information is: 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.

2019 TRIPS:

May 2, 2019, Thursday – trip to Jordanville to visit an exhibit about the last days of Tsar Nicholas and family at the Holy Trinity Monastery.  Cost – $61 which included transportation, lunch, and guided tour.

May 15, 2019, Wednesday  – trip to Amherst Mass to visit the homes and gardens used by Emily Dickinson and her family.  Cost – $95 for transportation, tour of the homes and lunch at the Lord Jeffrey Inn

July 18, 2019, Thursday – annual trip to SPAC in Saratoga Springs to see a performance by the NYC Ballet Company.
Cost: $82 for transportation and performance

July 30, 2019, Tuesday 1:30 pm – Glimmerglass Festival – La Traviata
Click on the following link for seat choices and registration form:
Glimmerglass | La Traviata 2019

August 28, 2019, Wednesday – trip to Utica and Herkimer to visit the Tiffany glass exhibit at the Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute, followed by lunch and 90 minute narrated boat ride along the Erie Canal. Cost – $82 – includes all including a guided tour of the featured exhibit at MWPAI

October 16, 2019, Wednesday – trip to Schnectady, featured a spooky tour of historic homes in the historic Stockade District in the morning. After lunch, take a guided bus tour of the rich history of Schnectady with opportunities to get off the bus to visit some locations. Cost – $70 which includes transportation, lunch, and tours

Several others were proposed but there wasn’t enough interest to conduct the trips


CCAL hosts a series of Social Events for its members.  Members are invited by letter to sign up in advance and are encouraged to bring guests.

    • ANNUAL MEETING (October) The new WINTER/SPRING catalog of courses is distributed, with brief oral presentations about each course by or on behalf of the facilitator. Refreshments are served.  A brief formal meeting to conduct CCAL business is held in conjunction with the Course Presentations.
    • ANNUAL SPRING MEETING (March) : The new SUMMER/FALL catalog of courses is distributed, followed by a brief presentation about the courses by or on behalf of each facilitator. Refreshments are served at no additional charge to members.
    • ANNUAL FACILITATORS’ LUNCHEON  (May) Facilitators who gave CCAL courses the previous year are duly recognized as well as others who have contributed to the work of CCAL. There is usually  a short entertainment program and exhibits of craft items produced or material used  in courses. (Small charge for lunch)


Jane Miller spreading the word at our Booth for the Office For the Aging’s Health Fair – Oneonta FoxCare Center on 10/13/2018.


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