Travel Opportunities


Mustangs on the Go!

Here are upcoming travel opportunities. Make your reservations at the front desk, or call (440) 580-3275.

Friday, March 13th                              8:00am-1:30pm
Enjoy a Friday Matinee of the world renowned Cleveland Orchestra at Severance Hall.  The morning will include round trip transportation from the Ehrnfelt Senior Center, a pre-concert talk, complimentary coffee, tea and pastries, followed by the 11:00am concert, conducted by Alan Gilbert.  The program will include Bach and Brahms, with Kirill Gerstein on piano. 
Members      $36                      
Residents/Non-Members     $38                        
Non-Residents/Non-Members    $42                        

Cleveland Museum of Art
Wednesday, February 12th   9:00am-3:30pm      
Come along as we visit one of the world’s most  distinguished, comprehensive art museums and one of northeastern Ohio’s principal civic and  cultural institutions; The Cleveland Museum of Art. We will start our morning out with breakfast at the Senior Center then we will head out for a guided tour followed by time for you to explore the museum on your own. Don’t miss out on this great trip!
Members $18                                     
Non-Member/Residents $20       
Non-Member/Non-Resident $24   
Chocolate and Wine
Friday     February 21st                                       8:30am-6:00pm
Give yourself a Valentine treat as chocolate and Wine are now considered HEALTH FOODS - if you have the right kind and in moderation!  Come join us to enjoy getting healthy on this Valentine Adventure.  We'll start by visiting Harry London Chocolates, hearing their history, enjoying free samples and learning about their new line of artisan chocolates. Next, we’ll visit the charming boutique winery, Cherry Road Winery in Massillon for tastings. We’ll have tastings and lunch at the amazing Gervasi Winery. This Tuscan-like village has an outstanding reputation in Northeast Ohio for both its wine and ambience, and our visit there will include a walking tour of their wine making areas and beautiful grounds. Next, we’ll stop into Hartville Chocolates, a boutique chocolate factory in a historic building where their specialty is Chocolate-covered Strawberries.  We’ll complete our day at a turn-of-the-century barn at the     delightful Maize Valley Winery & Farm Market. Package includes motor coach         transportation, all applicable taxes, meals and gratuities. Description
Fees:                                                  Registration Opens
Members- $90                                          January 7
Non-Member/Residents - $95              February 14
Non-Member/Non-Resident - $105    February 21
Rivers Casino
Tuesday                                March 24th                                                           8:30am-5:00pm
Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the casino features over 3000 state-of-the-art slots, video poker, exciting progressives and the latest virtual blackjack and roulette games.  Package includes roundtrip transportation, gratuities, taxes and a $30 bonus. 
Fees:                                                                                                      Registration
Members - $41   Registration opens Jan. 28 
Non-Member/Residents - $43         Register starting   Feb. 4
Non-Member/Non-Resident - $47  Register starting  Feb. 11
Cleveland 4 Tour
Friday     April 15th                                               8:30am. - 6:30pm.
Cleveland Part 4 starts at the philanthropic site of Gordon Park, followed by a visit to Lakeshore Park, created on the waterfront by sinking ore boats to protect the shoreline.  We’ll revisit the Cold War of the 1950’s and see a launch site that once held 30 anti-aircraft missiles below ground (one of 8 sites in the greater Cleveland area.)
We’ll continue on to explore the Millionaire Mansions of Bratenahl and learn the stories of the historic Clevelanders who built them.  We’ll take in the up and coming Waterloo Arts district with a tour of their main street, where you can still buy vinyl record albums and visit an old-time butcher shop.
We’ll have lunch included at a small, out-of-the-way Lakewood eatery before we travel to Whiskey Island, with a chance to walk in Wendy Park.  Once the holding area for giant mounds of iron ore unloaded by Hulett Loaders and also where boats from Canada would deliver “Hooch” during Prohibition! 
We’ll travel to see Cleveland’s second Original Chinatown, now making a rebirth, and we’ll stop in to the plaza/lobby area of the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame with time to visit their gift shop that offers music of all genres - they even have vinyl albums!
We’ll see Cleveland’s newest neighborhood, Hingetown, anc complete our day visiting Cleveland’s largest Arabian Night Club to enjoy a Buffet Dinner included. (hint ~ bring your dancing shoes!) Similar to 1, 2 & 3, Cleveland Part 4 will present a unique mix of Cleveland’s great history, today’s attraction and a peak into our future.  Price includes bus, bus driver gratuity, and guide from JKL TOURS
Fees:                                                                                                      Registration Opens
Members - $84     Registration starts February 14
Non-Member/Residents - $89     February 21
Non-Member/Non-Resident - $99     February 28
MY FAIR LADY- At Playhouse Square
Thursday               April 30th                  5:00–11:00pm
The Lincoln Center Theater production of Lerner & Loewe’s MY FAIR LADY has been hailed by The New York Times as “thrilling, glorious and better than it ever was.” It won the Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Drama League Awards for Best Musical Revival. NY1 raves, “Every so often a revival comes along that reminds you how indispensable great theater can be.” Entertainment Weekly cheers, “this MY FAIR LADY is a thing of beauty, a sumptuous new production of the most perfect musical of all time.”
Boasting such classic songs as “I Could Have Danced All Night,” “The Rain in Spain,” “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly” and “On the Street Where You Live,” MY FAIR LADY tells the story of Eliza Doolittle, a young Cockney flower seller, and Henry Higgins, a linguistics professor who is determined to transform her into his idea of a “proper lady.” But who is really being transformed? In this “jubilant revival, the beloved musical comes alive in all its glory” (Variety).
Before we leave for the theater we will enjoy dinner at the Senior Center. Registration includes dinner, show, and transportation. Limited tickets available.
Fees:                                                                                         Registration Opens        
Members                                                                              $60                         February 26         
Residents/Non-Members                                $62                         March 4
Non-Residents/Non-Members                                       $66                         March 11
Wednesday                          May 13th                               11:00am-4:30pm
This Tony-winning musical showcases the infectious energy and masterful stylings of the legendary jazz musician, Thomas “Fats” Waller. Five actors croon, jive, wail and dance their way through the songs that made Waller a household name. Delight in the heyday of American big band jazz music as the cast celebrates unforgettable hits that include “The Joint is Jumpin’,” “Spreadin’ Rhythm Around,” “Honeysuckle Rose,” and the show’s namesake “Ain’t Misbehavin’.”
Before heading downtown, we’ll enjoy lunch at the Senior Center.  Performance starts at 1:30pm
Fees:                                                                                         Registration Opens        
Members                                                                              $42                         March 5
Residents/Non-Members                                $44                         March 12
Non-Residents/Non-Members                                       $48                         March 19