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*Please note we have extended the sign-up deadline to OCTOBER 1!
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Plymouth Arts Center has extended its Fall Bus Trip Registration deadline to October 1st.  Join us for an all-inclusive chartered bus tour through the Kettle Moraine State Forest and to various sites in historic West Bend, WI on Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017. Artist Kitty Lynne Klich will be your hostess for this daytime, fun, trip.  Sit back and enjoy a Beautiful Day! 

 

The Cost (All Inclusive) is $99 Per Person. Registration and payment is due by 10/1/2017. Two pickup locations will be available for this trip. The bus will depart from the Kohler Park & Ride at 9am, and at 9:30am at Plymouth Arts Center. The approximate return time is 6:30pm. Please register soon… call the Arts Center at (920) 892.8409 or stop in at 520 E. Mill Street, Downtown Plymouth.

 

The Itinerary is:

9:30am A Scenic Bus Tour through the beautiful Kettle Moraine State Forest: Almost 30,000 acres of rolling hills, lakes, forests and grasslands that were given to us a mere 15,000 years ago, during the Ice Age, when our area lay under the grip of colossal ice sheets. It is said that nowhere is the glacier's mark upon the land more impressive than in Wisconsin, namely the Northern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest. The forest provides relaxation and recreation throughout all four of our glorious seasons.  Fall in love with our colors as your meander through our winding roads during the autumn season. 

 

11:00am Tour of the Old Courthouse and Jail Museums in West Bend: The Washington County Historical Society operates 2 museums that preserve and tell the story of Washington County. Over 30,000 artifacts are part of the varied collections that tell the story of a county that harmoniously blended rural living & the industrial age.   

 

Noon: Lunch at the Popular Riverside Brewery Restaurant with a Brewery Tour: Riverside dishes up a delectable menu of American favorites and handcrafted beverages against the backdrop of the Milwaukee River's placid flow. Feast on a fleet of specialty sandwiches, including a quartet of grilled paninis. The sudsy mitts of brewmaster Chris George preside over Riverside's seven original craft beers. Peepers soak in the picturesque canvas of the Milwaukee River as palates receive lubricating doses of the house's microbrewed root beer. A selection of rich desserts complements the monocle-pleasing interior décor of sophisticated french doors, burnished wood tables, and golden wall sconces.

 

After Lunch Explore & Tour Labyrinth Garden Earth Sculpture Garden: The Labyrinth Garden provides an inspirational & beautiful setting for meditation and reflections. It is enjoyed by individuals, families, church groups, garden clubs, photography buffs, wedding parties, anyone looking for a peaceful setting.

 

Tour of Museum of Wisconsin Art: MOWA is a museum that collects and exhibits contemporary and historical art from the State of Wisconsin. Its collections include rotating historical and contemporary exhibitions and educational programs. The museum's One Gallery features solo shows of contemporary Wisconsin artists and arts organizations several times each year. Founded by the Pick family of West Bend, Wisconsin in 1961 to collect the works of Milwaukee-born artist Carl von Marr (1858-1936), the museum currently holds the most comprehensive collection of his work anywhere. In 1988, it broadened its focus to become a regional museum, rolling out a collection of Wisconsin artists spanning the years from 1820 to 1950. In 1998, its Early Wisconsin Art Collection was unveiled on the state’s sesquicentennial, reflecting its new mission to collect, conserve, document, and exhibit Wisconsin art through the ages. In January 2007, along with the name change, it began including both contemporary Wisconsin art, and work prior to 1820.The museum opened a new building on the banks of the Milwaukee River in West Bend in April, 2012.

 

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