55+ Bus Trips

14 Feb - 2 Mar 2019

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It may be called 55+ but anyone 50 and over can attend.

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14 Feb 2019, 8:30am-5:30pm


George Bush Presidential Library & Museum

Cost: $6 plus Lunch

The museum's core exhibits reveal the unique influences and challenges that shaped George Bush's life and presidency, and frequently changing temporary exhibits present visitors new and interesting perspectives on President Bush, his life and work. Through artifacts, film, photographs, documents, music, sound effects and interactive videos, this special museum experience encompasses much of U.S. history since 1941.

2 Mar 2019, 10:00am-5:30pm


Houston's 84th Annual Azalea Trail by River Oaks Garden Club

Cost: $30 plus Lunch at Black Walnut Cafe

The ticket to the Trail gives admission to 6 locations within the River Oaks neighborhood, including 4 private homes and gardens, Bayou Bend and Rienzi.

2 Mar 2019, 9:00am-5:30pm


Round Top Festival Institute

Cost: $20 includes lunch
Depart HNW at 9 a.m.

Home of Round Top Festival Institute, the Festival Hill campus opened officially in 1976, and was just about 6 acres large. Today, it has grown to over 200 acres. It has been generously planted with thousands of trees and bushes of various species. It offers to visitors shadowing lakes, picnic areas, jogging trails and wonderful herb gardens. In addition to the School Building (1956), the only building on the original 6-acre site, the William Lockhart Clayton House (1885) from La Grange and the Menke House (1902) from Hempstead came to Festival Hill soon after its creation and today provide lodging, meeting, rehearsal, dining and practice space for the Young Artists, Faculty and staff. In 1994, the Edythe Bates Old Chapel (1883), formerly the Travis Street United Methodist Church of La Grange, was added to the campus. The landscaping of the grounds is spectacular, offering various settings. More recent additions include the Texas/Mediterranean Albert and Ethel Herzstein Stone Chapel and Memorial Plaza, the Log House and the three Artists Residences. The center piece of the campus is the magnificent 1,000 seat Festival Concert Hall, a peerless acoustical master work!

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