Monday, May 15th GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA at Aqua Turf  Coffee & Donuts; Complimentary Glass of Beer or Wine then Family Style Lunch: Garden Salad, Pasta, Chicken ala Kathryn & Broiled Scrod w/ Cracker Crumb Topping, Vegetable, Potato, Rolls, Dessert, Beverage COST: $87p resident.  GSC transportation—We depart at 10am.

Thursday, May 25th GOODSPEED-Thoroughly Modern Millie. In 1922 New York, newcomer Millie is no exception, jumping headlong into a makeover and a dizzy plan to marry rich—until she falls for a penniless charmer. A mix of madcap mistaken identity, high-spirited show tunes and tap-happy dance has more kick than bootleg gin in the Tony Award-winning Best Musical. We have Orchestra Center/ Aisle Side seats for this show.  $74 pp  GSC bus we leave 12:30 p.m.

Thursday, June 15th BEST OF BOSTON  John F Kennedy Library & Museum stands as a vibrant tribute to the life and times of JFK. Following a brief orientation and history, enjoy the museum on your own taking in the numerous exhibits and informative films. Lunch is on our own in Quincy Market then we enjoy a fully-narrated, 90-minute tour on Boston Harbor Cruise.   $103 per resident . Estimated Depart: 7:15am from Groton Senior Center Estimated Return: 7:30pm

Tuesday, June 27th Lights & Sights Lighthouse Cruise on Cross Sound Ferry Enjoy views of nine lighthouses from New London to Long Island, plus two Revolutionary- era forts, and more! We depart GSC at 1130 am for a 2 hour cruise aboard the CSF fast ferry -Sea Jet.  $28/ resident

Saturday, August 12th NY Yankees vs Boston Red Sox game with Audi pckg. Watch this rivalry game in STYLE! A 2-hour dining pregame experience in the Audi Yankees Club at the dining room tables, Section 129 tickets, coach bus transportation, driver gratuity, parking fee & an incredible way to see these 2 classic baseball teams play live! $215 per resident for a magnificent experience!

Coming up

  • Friday, September 15th Big E “New England’s Great State fair”
  • Tuesday, Sept 26th Ellis Island  & Statue of Liberty
  • Monday, December 4th Vanderbilt Mansion and FDR Home at Christmas