Trips & Travel
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WA STATE HISTORY MUSEUM AND LUNCH AT THE OLD SPAGHETTI FACTORY
27 SPACES, NO WHEELCHAIRS Tuesday, Thursday, Nov. 12 9:00am pickup, 2:30pm return Cost: $5.00 Members, $9.00 Non-Members paid to SESSC, $8.00 admission
Check out the Museum's Arctic Expeditions exhibit that highlights Captain Cooks' travels and the Northwest Passage. Head to the Old Spaghetti Factory for a hearty Italian meal. Sign up at the Front Desk.
SHOP AT FRED MEYER AND FEAST BUFFET
Tuesday, Nov. 17th 9:30am pickup, 1:30pm return Cost: $3.00 Members, $7.00 Non-Members Paid to SESSC Buffet Admission: $13.49 paid to restaurant
Get your shopping done at Fred Meyer and have lunch at the Feast Buffet. Lunch starts at 11:00am. Sign up at the Front Desk.
ZOOM TO THE LEMAY CAR MUSEUM
Thursday, September 10th 9:00am pickup, 2:00pm return Cost: $5.00 Members, $7.00 Non-Members Paid to SESSC Admission: $14.00 Paid to the museum
Who would have thought that America’s Car Museum would be so close to the SESSC? Check out their exhibit of cars and motorcycles, old and new. Sign up at the Front Desk.
EMERALD QUEEN CASINO
27 spaces, no wheelchair access. Tuesday, Nov. 24th, 9:00am pickup, 3:00pm return. Cost: $12.00 members, $18.00 Non-Members
It's time to return to the Emerald Queen Casino. Sign up at the Front Desk.
SHOP AT DISCOUNT DIRECT AND LUNCH AT KING WHA RESTAURANT
Thursday, Dec. 10th, 9:30am depart, 2:00pm return. Cost: $3.00 Members, $5.00 Non-Members. Lunch on your own
Discount Direct is a great place to find super bargains on everyday household items, furniture, and electronics. Peruse their aisles and afterward, have lunch at the King Wah Chinese Restaurant. Sign up at the Front Desk.
TRIP TO BELLEVUE ART MUSEUM
Tuesday, Dec. 15th, 10:30am pickup, 2:00pm return. Cost: $3.00 Members, $5.00 Non-Members; Museum Admission: $10.00 paid to Museum
Check out the Campfires exhibit. Campfires explores the concept of "camp" as manifested in the works of three important Francophone Canadian ceramic artists: Leopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu, and Richard Milette. "Camp" has been identified as a concept, an aesthetic sensibility, and as a form of oppositional critique central to Gay and Lesbian culture. Camp has been understood to include elements of irony, exaggeration, excess, humor, sentimentality, theatricality, artifice, parody, and devotion. Have Lunch at the Bellevue Square Mall. Sign up at the Front Desk.