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  • Extended Tour Inquiry 2018

    *Note- When you register for this course you are registering to have more information (a brochure and registration information) mailed to you; you are not registering for an actual tour.St. Paul Community Education is pleased to offer a number of extended tours for  2018 in cooperation with Landmark Tours. A local, family-owned tour operator, Landmark’s inclusive packages feature roundtrip airfare, quality accommodations in great locations, many enjoyable meal experiences, admission to all itinerary attractions, deluxe motorcoach transportation, and the services of a professional Tour Manager. Upcoming travel opportunities include:Tournament of Roses Parade – Dec 29 – Jan 2, 2018Islands of Hawaii 4-Island Cruise – Feb 8-18, 2018Islands of Hawaii 4-Island Cruise – Feb 22- March 4, 2018New Orleans: The Big Easy – March 12-16, 2018Savannah, Charleston, Asheville – April 2-8, 2018Savannah, Charleston, Asheville – April 9-15, 2018New York City: The Big Apple – May 3-6, 2018Yellowstone Wildlife Safari – June 9-15, 2018Nova Scotia & The Maritimes – June 12 – 19, 2018San Juan Islands: Whales & Wildlife – June 29 -July 5, 2018Majestic Canadian Rockies – July 19-25, 2018Alaska: Land & Sea Adventure – August 19-31, 2018America’s Canyonlands – Sept 5-11, 2017New York City: The Big Apple – Sept 13-16, 2018Historic Trains of Colorado – Sept 13-20, 2018Autumn in New England – Sept 22-28, 2018Nova Scotia & The Maritimes – Sept 24 – Oct 1, 2018Autumn in New England – Sept 29 – Oct 5, 2018Ireland: The Emerald Isle – Sept 30 - Oct 10, 2018Autumn in New England – Oct 7-13, 2018Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta – Oct 10-15, 2018Philly, Gettysburg, Williamsburg – Oct 17-23, 2018Iceland: Land of Fire & Ice – Oct 24-30, 2018And more!To inquire about these tours and receive a brochure with detailed tour information, do ONE of the following: Call the C.E. Office at Harding HS at 651-744-3072 to request information be sent to you, or Click the 'Enroll Now' button on this page to register to receive information by mail, or Attend our Travel Showcase on Tuesday, January 30 at 6:00pm; more information at https://tce.me/gsMGnA
  • Made In Minnesota Tour

    Minnesota is home to many great products. Get an inside look on how they make “A room with a view, a window to the world” – It’s a Vistabule, the teardrop camper trailer! We’ll also visit: Minnesota Knitting Mills, Inc., a custom manufacturer of circular and tubular knit fabrics whose products are shipped to customers worldwide for military, athletic, safety and medical industries; and, BEKA Wood Products, a specialty manufacturer, producing high quality Toys, Furniture & Looms right here in St Paul. This tour will require extensive walking; wear closed-toed shoes. Lunch on your own. Register by March 27.• $59  Guide:  S. Mansee    Activity Rating: 4 (Demanding- walking, stairs, standing).Pick-up Sites:  8:00 am Grace Lutheran Church, 1730 Old Hudson Road  8:20 am Oxford Community Center 270 Lexington Pkwy Approximate Return Time: 5:00pm*Due to popularity a second date, April 19th, has been added.  Both dates have the same schedule and visit the same places. 
  • Magical Segway Tour

    Let the Segway do the work as you cover several miles of historical Minneapolis Riverfront without breaking a sweat! Your professional guide will assist you in experiencing various eras of the river while stopping frequently at historical sites including: Stone Arch Bridge; Upper Lock and Dam; Mill Ruins Park; St. Anthony Falls; and more. Open to those 12 years and older. Youth 12-17 must be accompanied by an adult. Participants must be between 12-80 yrs old and weigh 280 lbs or less. Tour Rating of 3(Active – some stairs/standing). Fee: $99 Fee includes Segway training, tour, school bus transportation and guide. Register by April 11. Guide: S. Mansee Pick up Times and Sites:12:10 pm Grace Lutheran Church, 1730 Old Hudson Road; 12:30 pm Oxford Community Center, 270 N Lexington Pkwy Approximate Return time 5:15pm
  • Senior Housing Tour: Whatever Word You Use, it Still Means HOME

    Creating a home is an adventure at any age.  Explore alternatives to single family homes including a cooperative, a subsidized apartment, a market rate independent rental, and a campus with a continuum of care ranging from independent living to assisted living. Along the way, Bonnie Clark, publisher of the Twin Cities Senior Housing Guide, will explain the types of housing and be available to answer questions. Fee includes lunch, tours, presentations, mini-coach transportation and guide. Register by May 7.  This Tour has an Activity Rating of 2 - Must walk with minimal assistancePick up Time and Location: 9:00 a.m. at Oxford Community Center, 270 N Lexington Pkwy (please park on east side of parking lot away from building) Approximate Return time: 4:00 p.m.
  • Target Field & RTMC

    Go behind the scenes at Target field as we explore: the Herb Carneal Press Box; clubhouse; dugout; suite and club levels; and more. You’ll see art work, displays of memorabilia, environmental and sustainability features of Target Field, as well as Twins history. Then we’re off to The Regional Transportation Management Center (RTMC), a state-of-the art operations center that integrates MN/DOT’s Arterial Operations, Freeway Operations and Metro District’s Maintenance Dispatch with State Patrol’s metro-area dispatch and 911. Learn how the RTMC provides traffic reports and cameras, and keeps us safer on our roads. Lunch on your own. Fee: $55 Fee includes: tours, motorcoach transportation and guide. Guide: S. Mansee Activity Rating: 4 (Demanding- walking, stairs, standing).  Register by April 24. 2018Pick-up Sites:8:55 am Grace Lutheran Church, 1730 Old Hudson Road Pkwy;  9:15am Oxford Community Center, 270 LexingtonApproximate Return Time:  4:00pm
  • The Meat Trek— 4 Hours, 4 Fine Butcher Shops

    The Twin Cities are home to exceptional butcher shops carrying fine, dry-aged beef, shop-made sausages, old-fashioned stewing hens, uncommon cuts and more.  Visit four shops over the course of 4 hours. The tour starts at our first stop promptly at 1 pm. Transportation between sites is on your own.  Full itinerary will be emailed one week in advance.  Bring along an insulated shopping bag or cooler if planning to purchase items. Tour Activity Rating: 3
  • Walking Tour: Mississipi River Gorge

    The powerful Mississippi carved a limestone gorge, creating a bluff site for the city of Saint Paul and America's only urban national park. Join us as we focus on the story of the relationship between people and the river. We'll meet at Kellogg Plaza Park to enjoy the unique bluff views, then walk down the Wabasha Bridge to the water's edge at Raspberry Island, while talking about the City's vision for a River Balcony and new connections for us to enjoy the only gorge on the Mississipi. Wear comfortable shoes, dress for weather, bring water.  Rain date Saturday, June 9.  Register by May 24.   Tour Rating 4 (Demanding - extensive walking/stairs/standing).  Tour will begin at Kellogg Plaza Park on the corner of Robert St and Kellogg Blvd.  Guide will have waivers at the start of the tour for participants to sign.
  • Walking Tour: Saint Paul's Cemeteries

    Spend the day on a walking tour of some of Saint Paul's finest cemeteries. Discover what cemeteries can tell us about the history and sociology of the city. Wear comfortable shoes and bring lunch money. Transportation between locations is on your own. Tour Activity Rating 3 - Active (some steps and stairs) Meet at the East Gate of Calvary Cemetery, 753 Front Avenue, 55103.
  • Walking Tour: St Paul's Hollywood History

    Explore many of the iconic downtown Saint Paul locations used in movies throughout the years. We’ll visit locations used in A Prairie Home Companion, Mighty Ducks, Jingle All the Way, and Wilson. We’ll also learn about the history of cinema in Minnesota and see the recently restored Palace Theatre.Tour rating 4 Meet at North Side of Rice Park. Rain date: May 12th Register by April 30.