| Breakfast: ||Approx. 6:00-10:00am an enhanced continental breakfast will be served buffet style in the hotel lobby. The continental breakfast consists of sausage, turkey sausage, omelettes, oatmeal, sausage biscuits & gravy, muffins, English muffins & assorted breads, fruit, hard boiled eggs, homemade waffles, Danish, bagels and cream cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese, cereal, assorted juices, plus coffee, Regular coffee, decaf and tea.|
| Morning: ||FIELD TRIP: to the Ringling Museum Complex. A local expert takes you through Ca' d'Zan, (house of John) the Ringlings' magnificent, 32-room Venetian-Gothic mansion. See "Tibbals Learning Center," featuring Howard Brothers Miniature Circus. Next see the Circus Museum displays of memorabilia and artifacts from the long and eventful history of the Ringling Bros.|
| Lunch: ||Luncheon will be at the Ringling Museum's "Treviso," an Italian restaurant.|
| Afternoon: ||Enjoy the architectural elements of the Art Museum, focus of the collection; Renaissance and Baroque masterpieces and the collecting style of John Ringling. At your leisure explore the gardens and grounds given to the people of Florida, thus preserving for generations to come the exuberant lifestyle of America's spectacular Roaring Twenties. The beautiful landscaped grounds contain over 400 species of exotic Florida trees, plants, flowers, sculpture garden figures and Mable's historic rose garden.|
| Dinner: ||Dinner will be at a local restaurant.|
| Evening: ||To further your theatre experience,
delve into the play “Good People,” by David Lindsay-Abaire. Welcome to Southie, a Boston neighborhood where this month’s paycheck barely covers last month’s bills, bingo is a night on the town, and sharp-tongued single-mom Margie Walsh has just been let go from yet another job. Faced with the reality that her neighborhood is providing her with the same opportunities it always has — none — Margie concocts a plan to solve all her financial problems — and it might just be crazy enough to work. This humor-filled, Tony-nominated hit from Pulitzer Prize-winner David Lindsay-Abaire takes a look at the “haves” and the “have-nots” as it questions the American dream and how to achieve it — hard work, skill, or luck?
Attire for the theatre is casual, no shorts.