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WEST SWANZEY, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Mysteries from Hidden History, Two Tales by Edgar Allen Poe, New Hampshire Stories, Music and Dance

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6 Days | 5 Nights
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Easy
EasyFor people looking to exercise their minds more than their bodies. There’s minimal walking and not too many stairs.
ModerateThese programs get you on your feet and include activities such as walking up to a mile in a day through a city and standing in a museum for a few hours.
ActiveFor people who enjoy walking as much as two miles a day, perhaps to explore historic neighborhoods or a nature trail.
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Itinerary for May 18 — May 23, 2014

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Type: Conference Center

Description: Tranquil and beautiful, Pilgrim Pines Conference Center is nestled on the scenic shores of Swanzey Lake and it is surrounded by tree laden hills. In this setting, you are invited to relax and be renewed in mind, body and spirit. Pilgrim Pines is owned and operated by the Evangelical Covenant Church of the East Coast Conference and has been a provided for Road Scholar since 1988. It has been our policy not to allow alcoholic beverages on campus. Smoking is allowed only in designated areas in the out-of-doors. Most Road Scholar classes are presented in our beautiful open-space Meetinghouse while the Undercroft (lower level of our Chapel) and Chapel are used as needed.

Contact info:
220 W. Shore Rd
Swanzey, NH 03446 USA
phone: 603-352-0443
web: www.pilgrimpines.org

Room amenities: A variety of housing accommodations awaits your choice and needs during your stay at Pilgrim Pines. All rooms shave private baths, new beds and walk-in showers with liquid soap. Each room has a table, a chair or chairs, a clock, radio, Kleenex, closet and lamps, along with its own heating unit and fans for the summer season. Since we do not have daily housekeeping services our guests are asked to make their own beds (linens and towels and bath mats provided), and at the end of their stay strip the beds, put the linens and towels in a pillow case and bring to designated location. Replacement linens and towels/washcloths are available upon request during the week. There are no TVs or phones in any of the rooms. A TV set with full cable access is available in the fireside room adjoining the Mayflower Dining Room. A courtesy phone is available 24 hours a day on the porch of the Mayflower Lodge along with Wi-Fi access in the Meetinghouse or Chapel.

Facility amenities: Our main class area at Pilgrim Pines is in the Meetinghouse, a beautiful structure with nature views through the windows and capable of holding up to 60 people. Our onsite Chapel which houses a grand piano, pipe organ and video projector is also occasionally used for classroom activities, while the Undercroft is used for our hands-on craft programs. Meals are served buffet style in our Mayflower Dining Room by full-time professional chefs who not only provide excellent meals with many choices, but also work to create alternate menus for special dietary needs indicated on Participant Information Forms returned prior to the start of the program. The superb quality and consistency of our food service has been a trademark of our Conference Center. Before or after meals, relax in the fireside room adjoining the Mayflower Dining Room and browse through our small library, enjoy conversation and/or view a favorite program on our one TV set with full cable access. While there are no phones in each room, a courtesy phone is available 24 hours a day on the porch of Mayflower Lodge along with wireless internet access in the Meetinghouse or Chapel. Snacks including fruit are provided each evening in the dining room and juices, soda, coffee and tea are available at any time. Morning coffee and snack is served in the classroom. Additionally Pilgrim Pines features the opportunity to enjoy (weather permitting) the sandy beach, waterfront activities, golf on our 9 hole course, tennis or a hike around the lake all at no additional cost.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Additional nights before:
Sometimes there are rooms available before or after programs. Please inquire.

Check in time: 3:30 PM


Day One: Sunday, May 18 - Arrival/Check-in/Registration/Welcome reception/O...
Arrival/Check-in/Registration/Welcome reception/Opening dinner/Orientation

Note: Welcome packet/Check into rooms/ Orientation -

Afternoon: CHECK-IN & REGISTRATION from 3:30-5:30 pm in the Mayflower Lodge Office on the Pilgrim Pines Campus. Upon arrival you will receive your welcome packet containing your name tag, up-to date schedule, emergency contacts and other important information for the week. After you check into your room, we invite you back to the dining room for coffee and an opportunity to meet fellow Road Scholars.

Dinner: Our welcome dinner begins at 6:00 pm in the Mayflower Dining Room. Served buffet style this meal will include a salad bar, meat and vegetable entrée, dessert and choice of drinks. Gluten free and special dietary menus are provided by our professional chefs on request.

Evening: Orientation will begin at 7:15 pm with introductions of our instructors and program for the week. Time will be given to review the schedule, cover responsibilities, safety guidelines, emergency procedures and answer questions. We are honored to have outstanding instructors who will give us insight into hidden historical events/people, the rest of the story along with exploring the life of Edgar Allan Poe and his writings. Then enjoy the stories, poetry, music and dance of New Hampshire. Following our orientation session you are invited for an evening snack and continued conversation. There will be opportunity to play table games, watch TV, begin a puzzle or relax before retiring for the night.

Lodging: Pilgrim Pines Conference Center

Meals Included: Dinner
Type: Conference Center

Description: Tranquil and beautiful, Pilgrim Pines Conference Center is nestled on the scenic shores of Swanzey Lake and it is surrounded by tree laden hills. In this setting, you are invited to relax and be renewed in mind, body and spirit. Pilgrim Pines is owned and operated by the Evangelical Covenant Church of the East Coast Conference and has been a provided for Road Scholar since 1988. It has been our policy not to allow alcoholic beverages on campus. Smoking is allowed only in designated areas in the out-of-doors. Most Road Scholar classes are presented in our beautiful open-space Meetinghouse while the Undercroft (lower level of our Chapel) and Chapel are used as needed.

Contact info:
220 W. Shore Rd
Swanzey, NH 03446 USA
phone: 603-352-0443
web: www.pilgrimpines.org

Room amenities: A variety of housing accommodations awaits your choice and needs during your stay at Pilgrim Pines. All rooms shave private baths, new beds and walk-in showers with liquid soap. Each room has a table, a chair or chairs, a clock, radio, Kleenex, closet and lamps, along with its own heating unit and fans for the summer season. Since we do not have daily housekeeping services our guests are asked to make their own beds (linens and towels and bath mats provided), and at the end of their stay strip the beds, put the linens and towels in a pillow case and bring to designated location. Replacement linens and towels/washcloths are available upon request during the week. There are no TVs or phones in any of the rooms. A TV set with full cable access is available in the fireside room adjoining the Mayflower Dining Room. A courtesy phone is available 24 hours a day on the porch of the Mayflower Lodge along with Wi-Fi access in the Meetinghouse or Chapel.

Facility amenities: Our main class area at Pilgrim Pines is in the Meetinghouse, a beautiful structure with nature views through the windows and capable of holding up to 60 people. Our onsite Chapel which houses a grand piano, pipe organ and video projector is also occasionally used for classroom activities, while the Undercroft is used for our hands-on craft programs. Meals are served buffet style in our Mayflower Dining Room by full-time professional chefs who not only provide excellent meals with many choices, but also work to create alternate menus for special dietary needs indicated on Participant Information Forms returned prior to the start of the program. The superb quality and consistency of our food service has been a trademark of our Conference Center. Before or after meals, relax in the fireside room adjoining the Mayflower Dining Room and browse through our small library, enjoy conversation and/or view a favorite program on our one TV set with full cable access. While there are no phones in each room, a courtesy phone is available 24 hours a day on the porch of Mayflower Lodge along with wireless internet access in the Meetinghouse or Chapel. Snacks including fruit are provided each evening in the dining room and juices, soda, coffee and tea are available at any time. Morning coffee and snack is served in the classroom. Additionally Pilgrim Pines features the opportunity to enjoy (weather permitting) the sandy beach, waterfront activities, golf on our 9 hole course, tennis or a hike around the lake all at no additional cost.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Additional nights before:
Sometimes there are rooms available before or after programs. Please inquire.

Check in time: 3:30 PM


Day Two: Monday, May 19 - Beginning of classes and afternoon of recreation ...
Beginning of classes and afternoon of recreation and relaxation on campus.

Note: Opportunities to enjoy recreational options available on campus; canoeing, tennis, golf, and an optional planned hike.

Breakfast: Breakfast will be served buffet style from 8:00-8:45 am in the Mayflower Dining Room featuring choices of cold and hot cereals, bread to toast, scrambled eggs, sausage or bacon, fruit bar with yogurt and granola, plus coffee, tea, and juice.

Morning: Jim Perry will invite us into learning and sharing the rest of the story from the historical events and people. Coffee break will feature homemade Danish rolls, fruit, coffee, tea and water to renew your energy. Our second class of the morning led by Janet Grayson will begin our journey into the life and writings of Edgar Allan Poe. Please bring a copy of "The Black Cat" and "The Fall of the House of Usher"

Lunch: Lunch will be served buffet style in the Mayflower Dining Room from 12:30-1:15 pm. Your choices will include a full salad bar, soup of the day, taco salad or a sandwich, brownies or cookies and drinks of your choice. Gluten free and special vegetarian meals are available upon request.

Afternoon: An afternoon of recreation and relaxation choices await your pleasure. On campus opportunities will include canoeing, tennis, golf and an optional planned hike. along with great places to relax and read.

Dinner: Dinner will be served at 6:00 pm in the Mayflower Dining Room. After announcements and a blessing for the day, a full buffet dinner awaits your palate featuring a salad bar, meat and vegetable entrée, dessert and drinks of you choice. Alternative antrees and special dietary menus are available upon request.

Evening: Following Dinner there will be an opportunity to join Jim Perry in his second presentation on hidden history to hear the rest of the story. Following the class session you are invited to a time of conversation, snack, watch TV, make a puzzle, games, read or whatever help you to wind down your day.

Lodging: Pilgrim Pines Conference Center

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Conference Center

Description: Tranquil and beautiful, Pilgrim Pines Conference Center is nestled on the scenic shores of Swanzey Lake and it is surrounded by tree laden hills. In this setting, you are invited to relax and be renewed in mind, body and spirit. Pilgrim Pines is owned and operated by the Evangelical Covenant Church of the East Coast Conference and has been a provided for Road Scholar since 1988. It has been our policy not to allow alcoholic beverages on campus. Smoking is allowed only in designated areas in the out-of-doors. Most Road Scholar classes are presented in our beautiful open-space Meetinghouse while the Undercroft (lower level of our Chapel) and Chapel are used as needed.

Contact info:
220 W. Shore Rd
Swanzey, NH 03446 USA
phone: 603-352-0443
web: www.pilgrimpines.org

Room amenities: A variety of housing accommodations awaits your choice and needs during your stay at Pilgrim Pines. All rooms shave private baths, new beds and walk-in showers with liquid soap. Each room has a table, a chair or chairs, a clock, radio, Kleenex, closet and lamps, along with its own heating unit and fans for the summer season. Since we do not have daily housekeeping services our guests are asked to make their own beds (linens and towels and bath mats provided), and at the end of their stay strip the beds, put the linens and towels in a pillow case and bring to designated location. Replacement linens and towels/washcloths are available upon request during the week. There are no TVs or phones in any of the rooms. A TV set with full cable access is available in the fireside room adjoining the Mayflower Dining Room. A courtesy phone is available 24 hours a day on the porch of the Mayflower Lodge along with Wi-Fi access in the Meetinghouse or Chapel.

Facility amenities: Our main class area at Pilgrim Pines is in the Meetinghouse, a beautiful structure with nature views through the windows and capable of holding up to 60 people. Our onsite Chapel which houses a grand piano, pipe organ and video projector is also occasionally used for classroom activities, while the Undercroft is used for our hands-on craft programs. Meals are served buffet style in our Mayflower Dining Room by full-time professional chefs who not only provide excellent meals with many choices, but also work to create alternate menus for special dietary needs indicated on Participant Information Forms returned prior to the start of the program. The superb quality and consistency of our food service has been a trademark of our Conference Center. Before or after meals, relax in the fireside room adjoining the Mayflower Dining Room and browse through our small library, enjoy conversation and/or view a favorite program on our one TV set with full cable access. While there are no phones in each room, a courtesy phone is available 24 hours a day on the porch of Mayflower Lodge along with wireless internet access in the Meetinghouse or Chapel. Snacks including fruit are provided each evening in the dining room and juices, soda, coffee and tea are available at any time. Morning coffee and snack is served in the classroom. Additionally Pilgrim Pines features the opportunity to enjoy (weather permitting) the sandy beach, waterfront activities, golf on our 9 hole course, tennis or a hike around the lake all at no additional cost.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Additional nights before:
Sometimes there are rooms available before or after programs. Please inquire.

Check in time: 3:30 PM


Day Three: Tuesday, May 20 - Classes and enjoyment of a tour of the covered br...
Classes and enjoyment of a tour of the covered bridges of Cheshire County

Note: Tour of covered bridges and opportunities for recreation and relaxation

Breakfast: Breakfast will be served 8:00-8:45 am in the Mayflower Dining Room, buffet style featuring choices of cold and hot cereals, breads to toast, scrambled eggs, sausage or bacon,fruit bar with yogurt and granola, plus coffee, tea and juice.

Morning: At 9:00 am you are invited to the meetinghouse for our first session of the day on the life and writings of Edgar Allan Poe. The morning break will include coffee, tea, water, fruit and coffee cake to help renew your energy. Mid morning we will enjoy a third lecture by Jim Perry continuing the series on hidden history.

Lunch: Lunch will be served buffet style from 12:30-1:15 pm in the Mayflower Dining Room featuring soup of the day, make your own sandwich, salad bar, dessert and drinks of your choice. Requests for special menus can always be made.

Afternoon: During our free time, following lunch there will be an opportunity to tour the six covered bridges of Chesire County by maxi-van. In the late afternoon we welcome Dudley and Jacqueline Laufman for their first presentation on music and dance of New Hampshire. These sessions with the Two Fiddles will introduce you to the stories, songs, poetry and dances of the Monadnock region.

Dinner: Dinner will be served buffet style at 6:00 pm in the Mayflower Dining Room. The menu will include a full salad bar, meat and vegetable entrées, dessert, homemade breads and drinks of your choice. Enjoy the wonderful food entrées prepared by our professional chefs.

Evening: Following Dinner, the Two Fiddles will lead us in an evening of music and dance. Dudley has received the National Folk award to his artistry and teaching through the years of the traditional music, dance and stories. You will also enjoy his award winning poetry. Following the session you are invited to continue conversation over a snack, watch TV, read, make a puzzle, or close out the day the way you choose. Thank you for being here.

Lodging: Pilgrim Pines Conference Center

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Conference Center

Description: Tranquil and beautiful, Pilgrim Pines Conference Center is nestled on the scenic shores of Swanzey Lake and it is surrounded by tree laden hills. In this setting, you are invited to relax and be renewed in mind, body and spirit. Pilgrim Pines is owned and operated by the Evangelical Covenant Church of the East Coast Conference and has been a provided for Road Scholar since 1988. It has been our policy not to allow alcoholic beverages on campus. Smoking is allowed only in designated areas in the out-of-doors. Most Road Scholar classes are presented in our beautiful open-space Meetinghouse while the Undercroft (lower level of our Chapel) and Chapel are used as needed.

Contact info:
220 W. Shore Rd
Swanzey, NH 03446 USA
phone: 603-352-0443
web: www.pilgrimpines.org

Room amenities: A variety of housing accommodations awaits your choice and needs during your stay at Pilgrim Pines. All rooms shave private baths, new beds and walk-in showers with liquid soap. Each room has a table, a chair or chairs, a clock, radio, Kleenex, closet and lamps, along with its own heating unit and fans for the summer season. Since we do not have daily housekeeping services our guests are asked to make their own beds (linens and towels and bath mats provided), and at the end of their stay strip the beds, put the linens and towels in a pillow case and bring to designated location. Replacement linens and towels/washcloths are available upon request during the week. There are no TVs or phones in any of the rooms. A TV set with full cable access is available in the fireside room adjoining the Mayflower Dining Room. A courtesy phone is available 24 hours a day on the porch of the Mayflower Lodge along with Wi-Fi access in the Meetinghouse or Chapel.

Facility amenities: Our main class area at Pilgrim Pines is in the Meetinghouse, a beautiful structure with nature views through the windows and capable of holding up to 60 people. Our onsite Chapel which houses a grand piano, pipe organ and video projector is also occasionally used for classroom activities, while the Undercroft is used for our hands-on craft programs. Meals are served buffet style in our Mayflower Dining Room by full-time professional chefs who not only provide excellent meals with many choices, but also work to create alternate menus for special dietary needs indicated on Participant Information Forms returned prior to the start of the program. The superb quality and consistency of our food service has been a trademark of our Conference Center. Before or after meals, relax in the fireside room adjoining the Mayflower Dining Room and browse through our small library, enjoy conversation and/or view a favorite program on our one TV set with full cable access. While there are no phones in each room, a courtesy phone is available 24 hours a day on the porch of Mayflower Lodge along with wireless internet access in the Meetinghouse or Chapel. Snacks including fruit are provided each evening in the dining room and juices, soda, coffee and tea are available at any time. Morning coffee and snack is served in the classroom. Additionally Pilgrim Pines features the opportunity to enjoy (weather permitting) the sandy beach, waterfront activities, golf on our 9 hole course, tennis or a hike around the lake all at no additional cost.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Additional nights before:
Sometimes there are rooms available before or after programs. Please inquire.

Check in time: 3:30 PM


Day Four: Wednesday, May 21 - Excursion and class in historic Nelson Town Hall
Note: Excursion and dance in historic Nelson Town Hall

Breakfast: Breakfast will be served buffet style from 8:00-8:45 am in the Mayflower Dining Room featuring pancakes, sausage or bacon, hot and cold cereals, bread to toast, fruit, yogurt and granola bar along with coffee, tea, and juice.

Morning: We will begin our day with the fourth presentation on stories from Hidden History with Mr Perry helping us discover the rest of the story. The morning break will include coffee, tea, water, fruit and muffins to renew your energy. The second part of the morning we will be entertained by the music and dance of New Hampshire led by the Two Fiddles.

Lunch: Lunch will be served buffet style in the Mayflower Dining room from 12:30 -1:15 pm and will include a salad bar, soup of the day, and a choice of deli wraps. In addition to a dessert of the chefs choice, coffee, tea, milk, juices are available for your consumption. Alter menus are available upon request.

Afternoon: This afternoon we will make an excursion to historic town of Nelson, NH where Dudley began his career as a fiddle player, dance caller and keeper of the stories. The Town Hall is a hub for contra dancing today and holds the legacy of traditional New England and dances. The Two Fiddles will conduct their final class with us in this historic place.

Dinner: Dinner will be served buffet style at 6:00 pm in the Mayflower Dining Room featuring a salad bar, meat and vegetable entrées, dessert and choice of drinks Gluten free and special dietary menus are always available upon request.

Evening: After Dinner you are invited to enjoy an Open Evening where you decide what you would like to do. We will have some options for you to consider but if it a night you wish to catch up on your reading, take a walk after dinner, talk, watch TV, play games, whatever. A list of options will be given for you to consider. 8:45 pm Evening Snacks

Lodging: Pilgrim Pines Conference Center

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Conference Center

Description: Tranquil and beautiful, Pilgrim Pines Conference Center is nestled on the scenic shores of Swanzey Lake and it is surrounded by tree laden hills. In this setting, you are invited to relax and be renewed in mind, body and spirit. Pilgrim Pines is owned and operated by the Evangelical Covenant Church of the East Coast Conference and has been a provided for Road Scholar since 1988. It has been our policy not to allow alcoholic beverages on campus. Smoking is allowed only in designated areas in the out-of-doors. Most Road Scholar classes are presented in our beautiful open-space Meetinghouse while the Undercroft (lower level of our Chapel) and Chapel are used as needed.

Contact info:
220 W. Shore Rd
Swanzey, NH 03446 USA
phone: 603-352-0443
web: www.pilgrimpines.org

Room amenities: A variety of housing accommodations awaits your choice and needs during your stay at Pilgrim Pines. All rooms shave private baths, new beds and walk-in showers with liquid soap. Each room has a table, a chair or chairs, a clock, radio, Kleenex, closet and lamps, along with its own heating unit and fans for the summer season. Since we do not have daily housekeeping services our guests are asked to make their own beds (linens and towels and bath mats provided), and at the end of their stay strip the beds, put the linens and towels in a pillow case and bring to designated location. Replacement linens and towels/washcloths are available upon request during the week. There are no TVs or phones in any of the rooms. A TV set with full cable access is available in the fireside room adjoining the Mayflower Dining Room. A courtesy phone is available 24 hours a day on the porch of the Mayflower Lodge along with Wi-Fi access in the Meetinghouse or Chapel.

Facility amenities: Our main class area at Pilgrim Pines is in the Meetinghouse, a beautiful structure with nature views through the windows and capable of holding up to 60 people. Our onsite Chapel which houses a grand piano, pipe organ and video projector is also occasionally used for classroom activities, while the Undercroft is used for our hands-on craft programs. Meals are served buffet style in our Mayflower Dining Room by full-time professional chefs who not only provide excellent meals with many choices, but also work to create alternate menus for special dietary needs indicated on Participant Information Forms returned prior to the start of the program. The superb quality and consistency of our food service has been a trademark of our Conference Center. Before or after meals, relax in the fireside room adjoining the Mayflower Dining Room and browse through our small library, enjoy conversation and/or view a favorite program on our one TV set with full cable access. While there are no phones in each room, a courtesy phone is available 24 hours a day on the porch of Mayflower Lodge along with wireless internet access in the Meetinghouse or Chapel. Snacks including fruit are provided each evening in the dining room and juices, soda, coffee and tea are available at any time. Morning coffee and snack is served in the classroom. Additionally Pilgrim Pines features the opportunity to enjoy (weather permitting) the sandy beach, waterfront activities, golf on our 9 hole course, tennis or a hike around the lake all at no additional cost.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Additional nights before:
Sometimes there are rooms available before or after programs. Please inquire.

Check in time: 3:30 PM


Day Five: Thursday, May 22 - Mariposa Folk Art Museum
Note: Opportunity to explore Peterborough, NH

Breakfast: Breakfast will be served buffet style from 8:00-8:45 am in the Mayflower Dining Room featuring hot and cold cereals, breads to toast, scrambled eggs, waffles, bacon or sausage, yogurt and granola bar, plus coffee, tea, milk and juice.

Morning: Our day will begin our final presentation from Mr Perry focusing on people and events from Hidden History. The morning break will include coffee, tea, water, fruit and homemade donuts to renew your energy. The second class of the morning will bring us back into the discussion of Poe's life and writings.

Lunch: Lunch will be served from 12:30-1:15 pm in the Mayflower Dining Room featuring soup of the day, salad bar, chicken sandwiches, dessert and choice of drinks. Alternative menus are available upon request.

Afternoon: This afternoon you will have an opportunity for an excursion to the Mariposa Museum located in Peterborough, NH. Featuring a collection of folk art from around the world, you have enjoy exploring and experiencing hands-on art.

Dinner: Our final Dinner will be served buffet style 6:00 pm in the Mayflower Dining Room featuring a salad bar, meat and vegetable entrées, homemade bread, drinks of your choice and make your own sundaes.

Evening: Road Scholars are invited to participate in a Homespun event where they share their favorite story, poem, writing, creative writing, song, joke, etc. Following our session you are invited for a snack, continued conversation, finish the puzzle, read, watch TV to conclude our final evening together.

Lodging: Pilgrim Pines Conference Center

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day Six: Friday, May 23 - Wrap up classes
Note: Check out of rooms

Breakfast: Breakfast will be served buffet style from 7:45-8:30 am in the Mayflower Dining Room featuring baked oatmeal, a specialty of the house. In addition, there will be omelette's, bacon, sausage, breads to toast, cold cereals, yogurt and granola bar, and coffee, tea, milk and juice.

Morning: Our classes for today will focus on Edgar Allan Poe. We thank Janet Grayson for helping us to unwrap these tales of mystery and imagination. Please bring a copy of "The Black Cat" and "The Fall of the House of Usher" 1Mid Morning we will take a break to Check out of our Rooms to enable our staff to prepare the rooms for the group arriving Friday afternoon, Following our morning snack we will have our final session on Poe.

Lunch: Our farewell luncheon will be served at 12:00 noon in the Mayflower Dining Room and will feature once again our full buffet style menu. Box lunches will be available for those who need to leave early. We hope you have enjoyed this week of immersion into history, mystery and music/dance.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch


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