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Itinerary for Aug 23 — Aug 28, 2015

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Type: Resort

Description: You will be staying at Rowleys Bay Resort in beautiful northern Door County. This family-run vintage resort brings to mind classic resorts of the 50s and 60s but with modern conveniences like wi-fi. The resort is located on Rowleys Bay and affords guests a beautiful view of the bay, the Mink River Estuary, Newport State Park and Lake Michigan. Rowleys Bay Resort is the largest northern Door County resort on 700 feet of Lake Michigan shoreline and 100 acres of wooded property. Enjoy sunrise over the bay and try to spot song birds and migratory waterfowl. Award-winning Grandma's Swedish Bakery known all over the peninsula for its caramel pecan rolls and cardamon coffeecake. Casual relaxed atmosphere. Resort is completely non-smoking. For an authentic Door County experience, Rowelys Bay Resort can't be beat.

Contact info:
1041 County Road ZZ
Ellison Bay, WI 54210 USA
phone: 800-999-2466
web: www.rowleysbayresort.com

Room amenities: Comfortable guest rooms with two queen beds, hair dryer, telephone with voice mail and flat panel LCD television.

UPGRADES: Guests can upgrade their Woodside Room to a Lakeside Room or Balcony Room for an additional fee. Please contact the resort in advance for upgrade cost options at 800-999-2466.

Facility amenities: Indoor swimming pool with whirlpool, walking trails, outdoor tennis courts, marina with kayak tours and charter fishing services. Meals served in the on-site restaurant with views of the bay featuring buffet style meals and Monday-Wednesday-Saturday fish boils. Rowleys Pub open late afternoon for before dinner drinks and light snacks. Free wi-fi available throughout the resort. Award-winning bakery featuring made-from scratch breads, cookies, desserts and pies. Door County's only all-you-care-to-eat fish boil buffet.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: Call resort for details.
Absolutely! Participants should call the resort directly for rates and availability.

Check in time: 3:30 PM


Day One: Sunday, August 23 - Arrival and Check-in / Registration / Welcome Din...
Note: Check-in available from 3:30 p.m. You are welcome to arrive as early as you like, but accommodations will not be available before the noted time.

Arrive To: Travel to Rowleys Bay on your own -- OR -- join the Covenant Harbor van shuttle departing from the Green Bay airport at 2:30 p.m. Advance Reservations Required. Claim your luggage and meet in baggage claim at 2:15 .pm. You will arrive in Rowleys Bay at 4:30 p.m. in time for check-in, dinner and orientation.

Afternoon: Program Registration. After you have your room assignment, come over to the Road Scholar table to register with the program staff and pick up your welcome packet containing your name tag, up-to-date schedule that reflects any last-minute changes, and other important information. If you arrive late, please ask for your packet when you check-in.

Dinner: In our reserved section of the resort's restaurant, enjoy a buffet including fresh baked breads and rolls from the on-site bakery, a bountiful salad bar, seasonal soups, several hot entrees, and dessert. Beverage choices include coffee, tea (iced or hot), soda, water; other beverages available for purchase.

Evening: Orientation. In our private meeting room, the Group Leader will greet everyone and lead introductions. We will review the program theme, the up-to-date daily schedule and any changes, discuss safety guidelines, emergency procedures, roles and responsibilities, and answer any questions you may have.

Indicated times are approximate. Program activities, schedules, and personnel may need to change due to local circumstances. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your understanding.

We have set aside some free time in the schedule for your personal independent exploration. The Group Leader will often be available during free time to accompany informal excursions, activities, or meals that have been excluded from the program cost. You are welcome to join if you like, with any associated costs on your own.

Continue getting to know your fellow participants and find out what you have in common beyond a love of learning as we celebrate Road Scholar's 40th Anniversary and Covenant Harbor's 25th Anniversary of offering Road Scholar programs this year.

Lodging: Rowleys Bay Resort

Meals Included: Dinner
Type: Resort

Description: You will be staying at Rowleys Bay Resort in beautiful northern Door County. This family-run vintage resort brings to mind classic resorts of the 50s and 60s but with modern conveniences like wi-fi. The resort is located on Rowleys Bay and affords guests a beautiful view of the bay, the Mink River Estuary, Newport State Park and Lake Michigan. Rowleys Bay Resort is the largest northern Door County resort on 700 feet of Lake Michigan shoreline and 100 acres of wooded property. Enjoy sunrise over the bay and try to spot song birds and migratory waterfowl. Award-winning Grandma's Swedish Bakery known all over the peninsula for its caramel pecan rolls and cardamon coffeecake. Casual relaxed atmosphere. Resort is completely non-smoking. For an authentic Door County experience, Rowelys Bay Resort can't be beat.

Contact info:
1041 County Road ZZ
Ellison Bay, WI 54210 USA
phone: 800-999-2466
web: www.rowleysbayresort.com

Room amenities: Comfortable guest rooms with two queen beds, hair dryer, telephone with voice mail and flat panel LCD television.

UPGRADES: Guests can upgrade their Woodside Room to a Lakeside Room or Balcony Room for an additional fee. Please contact the resort in advance for upgrade cost options at 800-999-2466.

Facility amenities: Indoor swimming pool with whirlpool, walking trails, outdoor tennis courts, marina with kayak tours and charter fishing services. Meals served in the on-site restaurant with views of the bay featuring buffet style meals and Monday-Wednesday-Saturday fish boils. Rowleys Pub open late afternoon for before dinner drinks and light snacks. Free wi-fi available throughout the resort. Award-winning bakery featuring made-from scratch breads, cookies, desserts and pies. Door County's only all-you-care-to-eat fish boil buffet.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: Call resort for details.
Absolutely! Participants should call the resort directly for rates and availability.

Check in time: 3:30 PM


Day Two: Monday, August 24 - History Walk with Resort Owner / Meet a Watercolo...
History Walk with Resort Owner / Meet a Watercolor Artist / Living in Door County / Fish Boil / Evening Activity

Breakfast: In our reserved section of the resort's restaurant, our buffet offers rotating choices such as an egg dish, breakfast meat (such as bacon, ham, sausage), hot cereals, fruit, pastries, yogurt, milk, juices, coffee (regular and decaf), tea, and water.

Morning: Rowleys Bay History Walk: Meet resort owner Jewel Peterson Ouradnik. What once was a run down fishing camp has been re-imagined as a vintage resort along the water. Learn the history of the area and resort. Her father started the resort over 30 years ago. Walk down to the bay to talk about the Mink River Estuary and Newport State Park. Savor the fresh lake breezes before returning to the resort.

Watercolor Journals: Meet local watercolor artist Ed Fenendael. By now you'll have noticed how incredibly beautiful Door County is and understand why so many artists have settled here over the years. You'll meet one of them this morning. He has been painting with watercolors for many years and is eager to share his love of the art with you. He'll explain his process and do a quick demonstration; then it will be your turn to give it a try. Don't think, just do! You'll be surprised with the results and you'll have a great memento to take home.

Lunch: In the resort restaurant. The restaurant is not typically open for lunch, but they are open for Road Scholar. Depending on the size of the group, today's lunch will either be a buffet or a plated lunch with sandwich and side along with a beverage such as coffee (regular or decaf), milk, soda, iced tea or water.

Afternoon: The Surprising Art of Taxidermy: Meet award-winning taxidermist Mike Orthober. See examples of fish, mammals and birds. Don’t shy away from this surprise hit presentation!

Door County Fish Boil: It wouldn't be a trip to Door County without attending a fish boil. The resort has the only all-you-care-to-eat fish boil buffet. Join the resident storyteller by the fire pit at 4:30 p.m. to learn about the fish boil and the colorful characters who figure in its history all with spectacular Newport State Park as the backdrop. You can't beat the view! Bring your camera for the spectacular "boil over" at 5:00 p.m. When the fish is done we eat.

Dinner: In the resort restaurant. Tonight the buffet features the traditional Door County Fish Boil with potatoes, onions, coleslaw, rye bread and cherry dessert. If you're not a fan of fish there will be lots of other delicious choices.

Evening: Evening entertainment, Door County style.

Lodging: Rowleys Bay Resort

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Resort

Description: You will be staying at Rowleys Bay Resort in beautiful northern Door County. This family-run vintage resort brings to mind classic resorts of the 50s and 60s but with modern conveniences like wi-fi. The resort is located on Rowleys Bay and affords guests a beautiful view of the bay, the Mink River Estuary, Newport State Park and Lake Michigan. Rowleys Bay Resort is the largest northern Door County resort on 700 feet of Lake Michigan shoreline and 100 acres of wooded property. Enjoy sunrise over the bay and try to spot song birds and migratory waterfowl. Award-winning Grandma's Swedish Bakery known all over the peninsula for its caramel pecan rolls and cardamon coffeecake. Casual relaxed atmosphere. Resort is completely non-smoking. For an authentic Door County experience, Rowelys Bay Resort can't be beat.

Contact info:
1041 County Road ZZ
Ellison Bay, WI 54210 USA
phone: 800-999-2466
web: www.rowleysbayresort.com

Room amenities: Comfortable guest rooms with two queen beds, hair dryer, telephone with voice mail and flat panel LCD television.

UPGRADES: Guests can upgrade their Woodside Room to a Lakeside Room or Balcony Room for an additional fee. Please contact the resort in advance for upgrade cost options at 800-999-2466.

Facility amenities: Indoor swimming pool with whirlpool, walking trails, outdoor tennis courts, marina with kayak tours and charter fishing services. Meals served in the on-site restaurant with views of the bay featuring buffet style meals and Monday-Wednesday-Saturday fish boils. Rowleys Pub open late afternoon for before dinner drinks and light snacks. Free wi-fi available throughout the resort. Award-winning bakery featuring made-from scratch breads, cookies, desserts and pies. Door County's only all-you-care-to-eat fish boil buffet.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: Call resort for details.
Absolutely! Participants should call the resort directly for rates and availability.

Check in time: 3:30 PM


Day Three: Tuesday, August 25 - Geology of Door County / Hunt for Fossils / Niaga...
Geology of Door County / Hunt for Fossils / Niagara Escarpment / Eagle Bluff Lighthouse / Orchard Memories

Note: Some walking over a rocky beach, along forest trails and grass lawns.

Breakfast: In the resort restaurant. Be sure to try the half-pound caramel pecan rolls.

Morning: Geologic History of the Door Peninsula: Meet local naturalist Terrie Cooper. Learn how the Niagara Escarpment formed and the unique geologic features of the peninsula.

Field Trip In Northern Door County: Board our motor coach at the back door. Terrie will be our guide as we hunt for fossils along a rocky beach and see the Niagara Escarpment in person at Ellison Bluff County Park. The peninsula is on a tilt so there are steep bluffs on the Green Bay side and sandy beaches on the Lake Michigan side. Take a quick walk through the park on a trail to look for seasonal wildflowers before boarding the coach for our next stop.

Lunch: Head South to Fish Creek for a plated lunch at 12:00 p.m. at Julie's Cafe in Fish Creek. You'll have a choice of sandwich, side and a slice of homemade pie - cherry is always a popular choice! You might want to get your picture taken in the giant chair out front.

Afternoon: Eagle Bluff Lighthouse: Enter Peninsula State Park for an visit to Eagle Bluff Lighthouse. This beautifully restored lighthouse sits atop a bluff above the Bay of Green Bay. With a docent, visit the living quarters of the lighthouse keepers and their families. Hear stories of shipwrecks and life "keeping the light."

Dinner: In the resort restaurant.

Evening: Cherry Pickers, POWs And Orchard Memories: Meet local orchard owners Mark and Mary Pat Carlson from Wildwood Market and Island View Orchard who will share stories of from their lives living and working in Door County. Local Door County-made products like dried cherries, cherry juice and jams will be available for purchase.

Lodging: Rowleys Bay Resort

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Resort

Description: You will be staying at Rowleys Bay Resort in beautiful northern Door County. This family-run vintage resort brings to mind classic resorts of the 50s and 60s but with modern conveniences like wi-fi. The resort is located on Rowleys Bay and affords guests a beautiful view of the bay, the Mink River Estuary, Newport State Park and Lake Michigan. Rowleys Bay Resort is the largest northern Door County resort on 700 feet of Lake Michigan shoreline and 100 acres of wooded property. Enjoy sunrise over the bay and try to spot song birds and migratory waterfowl. Award-winning Grandma's Swedish Bakery known all over the peninsula for its caramel pecan rolls and cardamon coffeecake. Casual relaxed atmosphere. Resort is completely non-smoking. For an authentic Door County experience, Rowelys Bay Resort can't be beat.

Contact info:
1041 County Road ZZ
Ellison Bay, WI 54210 USA
phone: 800-999-2466
web: www.rowleysbayresort.com

Room amenities: Comfortable guest rooms with two queen beds, hair dryer, telephone with voice mail and flat panel LCD television.

UPGRADES: Guests can upgrade their Woodside Room to a Lakeside Room or Balcony Room for an additional fee. Please contact the resort in advance for upgrade cost options at 800-999-2466.

Facility amenities: Indoor swimming pool with whirlpool, walking trails, outdoor tennis courts, marina with kayak tours and charter fishing services. Meals served in the on-site restaurant with views of the bay featuring buffet style meals and Monday-Wednesday-Saturday fish boils. Rowleys Pub open late afternoon for before dinner drinks and light snacks. Free wi-fi available throughout the resort. Award-winning bakery featuring made-from scratch breads, cookies, desserts and pies. Door County's only all-you-care-to-eat fish boil buffet.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: Call resort for details.
Absolutely! Participants should call the resort directly for rates and availability.

Check in time: 3:30 PM


Day Four: Wednesday, August 26 - The Boreal Forest / Free Afternoon / Free Evening
Breakfast: In the resort restaurant.

Morning: Remnants Of The Boreal Forest: Meet local naturalist Bob Bultman. Learn about the unique features found in Door County and examine several trees samples.

Lunch: Box lunch ready for pick up at 11:00 a.m. in the bakery. You lunch includes choice of turkey/swiss sandwich or ham/cheddar sandwich along with chips, cookie and a bottle of water. Enjoy your lunch down at the water's edge, take it along during your free afternoon or stay in the bakery.

Afternoon: Free Afternoon: There are lots of options in Door County. Stay at the resort and rent a kayak or join a Segway tour. If you have a vehicle, you might venture further afield and visit an artists' studio or gallery and look for original art. Some choose to drive to Northport Ferry Dock and buy a ticket for the ferry to Washington Island and explore the Stave Church and ostrich farm. Information on special events and options will be provided.

Dinner: This meal has been excluded from the program cost and is on your own to enjoy what you like. The Group Leader will be happy to offer suggestions and give directions.

Evening: Free Evening: Perhaps you'll to buy a ticket for a theater performance, attend a community music concert, or simply relax along the water's edge.

Northern Sky Theater: "When Butter Churns to Gold" at 6:00 p.m. A dash of dastardly drama and dairy delights! An orphaned Wisconsin farm girl, Constance Goodwin, attempts to save the family farm from the villainous Friedrich von Fouler. Can our strapping hero, Jack Strongfellow, stop the villain in time? Can he save Constance from her ironic fate and launch her dairy empire? And will the raccoon prophecy of the Golden Sapphire come true? It’s not over till the sidekicks sing and the beer vat is empty!

Northern Sky Theater: "No Bones About It" at 8:30 p.m. Feuding families, star crossed lovers, and bitter rivalries set among the world of competitive barbecue. The 'char' crossed lovers, Ronny and Julie, find themselves at the Verona National Ribfest where their families are competing for the top prize.

Peninsula Players Theater: "Outside Millingar" at 8:00 p.m.Anthony and Rosemary are 40-ish next-door neighbors in rural Ireland who are caught in their families’ land dispute. As years pass and the feud bitterly grows, Rosemary silently pines for the oblivious and withdrawn Anthony. When Anthony’s father threatens to disinherit him, Rosemary jumps in to save the farms and her dream of love.

Lodging: Rowleys Bay Resort

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch
Type: Resort

Description: You will be staying at Rowleys Bay Resort in beautiful northern Door County. This family-run vintage resort brings to mind classic resorts of the 50s and 60s but with modern conveniences like wi-fi. The resort is located on Rowleys Bay and affords guests a beautiful view of the bay, the Mink River Estuary, Newport State Park and Lake Michigan. Rowleys Bay Resort is the largest northern Door County resort on 700 feet of Lake Michigan shoreline and 100 acres of wooded property. Enjoy sunrise over the bay and try to spot song birds and migratory waterfowl. Award-winning Grandma's Swedish Bakery known all over the peninsula for its caramel pecan rolls and cardamon coffeecake. Casual relaxed atmosphere. Resort is completely non-smoking. For an authentic Door County experience, Rowelys Bay Resort can't be beat.

Contact info:
1041 County Road ZZ
Ellison Bay, WI 54210 USA
phone: 800-999-2466
web: www.rowleysbayresort.com

Room amenities: Comfortable guest rooms with two queen beds, hair dryer, telephone with voice mail and flat panel LCD television.

UPGRADES: Guests can upgrade their Woodside Room to a Lakeside Room or Balcony Room for an additional fee. Please contact the resort in advance for upgrade cost options at 800-999-2466.

Facility amenities: Indoor swimming pool with whirlpool, walking trails, outdoor tennis courts, marina with kayak tours and charter fishing services. Meals served in the on-site restaurant with views of the bay featuring buffet style meals and Monday-Wednesday-Saturday fish boils. Rowleys Pub open late afternoon for before dinner drinks and light snacks. Free wi-fi available throughout the resort. Award-winning bakery featuring made-from scratch breads, cookies, desserts and pies. Door County's only all-you-care-to-eat fish boil buffet.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Additional nights before: Call resort for details.
Absolutely! Participants should call the resort directly for rates and availability.

Check in time: 3:30 PM


Day Five: Thursday, August 27 - Fruit Orchard / Historical Museum / Maritime Muse...
Fruit Orchard / Historical Museum / Maritime Museum / Musical Performance

Note: Walking over level ground at the museums.

Breakfast: In the resort restaurant.

Morning: Field Trip In Northern Door County: Board the motor coach at 8:30 a.m.

Seaquist Orchards and Farm Market: Our first stop is at Seaquist Orchards, this is one of the area's largest cherry and apple orchards. This family operation is typical of the orchards found in Door County. Take a trip through the test orchard and learn more about the fruit industry. Afterward enjoy a cup of apple cider and explore the farm market with dozens of local products for tasting. Be sure to try the cherry salsa.

Door County Historical Museum: This gem of a museum was voted “Best Small Museum in the Midwest” by the Chicago Tribune. Educational displays portray Door County’s unique history including early settlers, orchards, industries, and more. The spectacular "Seasons of Life" wildlife diorama by nationally renowned taxidermist Mike Orthober features over 100 native species. The Pioneer Fire Station showcases three beautifully restored fire trucks including a rare 1920 Oldsmobile. Mike will meet us at the museum and explain how the exhibit was created from the bird and animal mounts to the painted mural to the realists rocks and leaves. You will be amazed at the amount of detail.

Lunch: We've had so many choices at the resort so far this week that today's lunch will be a bit lighter. Enjoy the soup and salad buffet at Stone Harbor Resort in Sturgeon Bay, located along the Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal. If we're lucky we'll see the Michigan Street steel bridge open for a sailboat to pass through.

Afternoon: Door County Maritime Museum: Located along Sturgeon Bay’s busy waterfront, the Door County Maritime Museum showcases the area’s rich maritime roots. Hard-working fishermen, brave ship captains, skilled craftsmen, bold inventors and lonely lighthouse keepers are just some of the personalities you’ll discover in the galleries of the museum.

Dinner: In the resort restaurant. Tonight the restaurant features prime rib.

Evening: One Voice: Join musicians Lynn, Mark and Lloyd for some casual entertainment to close out our final evening together.

Lodging: Rowleys Bay Resort

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day Six: Friday, August 28 - Program Concludes
Note: Check-out is by 11:00 a.m.

Depart From: For those returning to the Green Bay airport with the Covenant Harbor van shuttle, please be in the lobby with your luggage by 8:15 a.m. The shuttle will depart at 8:30 a.m. and arrive at the airport at approximately 10:30 a.m. IMPORTANT: Do not many any flight plans earlier than 12:30 p.m.

Breakfast: In the resort restaurant. This concludes our program.

We hope you enjoy all your Road Scholar learning adventures and look forward to having you on rewarding programs in the future. We encourage you to join our Facebook page and share photos of your program. Visit us at www.facebook.com/rsadventures. Best wishes for all your journeys!

Meals Included: Breakfast


Free Time Opportunities


Rowleys Bay, WI
Cherry TrainEnjoy a tour of Washington Island, up to 2 hours in length with three selected stops along the way. Learn island history and living folklore and legends, accompanied by your expert tour guide. Combo ticket available for Washington Island Ferry & Cherry Train. Phone: 800-223-2094.
For additional information, visit: www.cherrytrain.com
Door Community AuditoriumDoor Community Auditorium is a year-round center for the arts presenting the best in music, dance and theatre. Phone: 920-868-2728.
For additional information, visit: www.dcauditorium.org
Edgewood Orchard GalleriesKnown since 1969 for exhibitions exploring ideas in a wide range of media, Edgewood Orchard Galleries has become one of the Midwest's most respected art galleries. Housed in a restored fruit barn built in 1918, the gallery presents monthly changing feature shows, along with general exhibits of work by over 150 artists. Paintings, sculpture, glass, clay, wood and jewelry are all represented. The serene setting features a bricked courtyard, arbor and glassed portico with bistro tables and chairs. A tranquil sculpture garden guides visitors through the woods and gardens surrounding the gallery. Phone: 920-868-3579.
For additional information, visit: www.edgewoodorchard.com
Golf Course OptionsVisit the Door County.com website for course information under the DO section.
For additional information, visit: www.doorcounty.com
Northern Sky TheaterNorthern Sky Theater (NST), formerly American Folklore Theater, is a critically acclaimed professional theater company that presents original musical theater under a canopy of stars at the Peninsula State Park Amphitheater mid-June through August. NST moves indoors at the Door Community Auditorium September through mid-October for its fall season. Phone: 920-854-6117.
For additional information, visit: www.northernskytheater.com
Peninsula PlayersThe Peninsula Players Theatre, America's oldest professional resident summer theatre. The season runs mid-June to mid-October with performances Tuesday through Sunday evenings. Experience the theatre-in-a-garden and find out why more than 35,000 people were thrilled by last season's shows. Phone: 920-868-3287.
For additional information, visit: www.peninsulaplayers.com
Washington Island FerryAt the tip of the Door County peninsula, you’ll find Northport Pier and the Washington Island Ferry Line to Washington Island. The island is a 35-square mile, year-round home to 700 people and a destination for thousands of visitors annually. The Washington Island Ferry Line is a vital, year round transportation link, crossing Death’s Door passage on the way to the island. Phone: 800-223-2094.
For additional information, visit: www.wisferry.com

Important information about your itinerary:
Please know that while we do everything we can to finalize all aspects of our programs well in advance, there are logistics that occasionally must be altered. Our website will reflect the most recent information, and we are committed to providing you with final program details no later than eight weeks prior to the start of programs outside the U.S. and three weeks prior to the start of programs within the U.S. If you ever have questions about your program, please don't hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

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12 Expert-led lectures
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