Friday, February 9, 2018
Salisbury University Departure, 8:00 a.m.
$50 pp, does not include lunch
Join CELL on a trip to visit two venerable Baltimore art museums! First stop is the Baltimore Museum of Art, where we'll spend the morning touring the incredibly diverse galleries. Choose from European, Contemporary, African art, or spend your time staring at the foundational Henri Matisse collection! After lunch we'll travel to The Walters Art Museum, full of treasures collected from across the ages. From mummies to the Renaissance to 19th century French paintings the full evolution of human expression is on display.
We've arranged for a group lunch at Gertrude's in the BMA, which includes soft drinks, coffee and tea, soup or salad, your choice of Crab Quiche, Chicken Salad, Turkey Wrap or a Vegetarian wrap, and choice of dessert. Cost for the lunch is $30, which includes the gratuity.
Northern Lights and a Bridge
Tuesday, April 24, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. (rain date May 8)
Marker 5 Restaurant, Tilghman Island
$160 pp, includes lunch
On the Northern Lights and a Bridge Tour we will cruise north toward the Baltimore Light. We will see Bloody Point, Thomas Point, Sandy Point and the Baltimore Light. Boxed lunches will be included and served onboard the boat. Captain Gary and his first mate will show us these beautiful beacons and tell us about local lore and a possible tall take or two!
Solomons Southern Lights
Tuesday, May 1, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (rain date May 8)
Marker 5 Restaurant, Tilghman Island
$150 pp, does NOT include lunch
This tour will head south toward Solomons, where we'll view the Drum Point Lighthouse at the Calvert Maritime Museum. We'll stop for lunch at a waterfront restaurant and allow time for shopping in Solomons Island, then get back underway. We'll view Hooper Lighthouse and return to catch Sharps Island before heading back to port.
Contact Molly Riordan (firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-543-6090) with any questions or for additional information.
Friday, May 4, 2018
Salisbury University departure 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
$75 pp, does not include lunch
Join CELL on a bus tour down the Eastern Shore of Virginia! We'll stop in at the Barrier Island Center and learn about the history of the now uninhabited barrier islands stretching down our coast. Next we'll tour the gardens at historic Eyre Hall, a grand family-owned property with roots as old as the founding of our country. That leaves the rest of the day free for Cape Charles! Enjoy the afternoon wandering the quaint and picturesque town of Cape Charles, VA. Enjoy lunch, ice cream and shopping in this bayside village before returning to Salisbury University. Cost is $75 pp, does not include lunch.
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Salisbury University Departure, 7 a.m.
$100 pp, does not include lunch
CELL is headed to the city of brotherly love to tour the Barnes Foundation, one of the nation's premier Impressionist art collections. We'll have a brief introduction to the collection and the history of the Barnes before our self-guided tour. The rest of the afternoon is yours to spend touring Philadelphia. Bus will return to Salisbury around 8 p.m.
Saturday, May 12, 2018
Janes Island State Park Boat Ramp, Crisfield, 10 am - 2 pm
$50, includes kayaks and lunch
Join SU faculty member and Janes Island guide Diana Wagner on a paddle along one of the Janes Island State Park kayak trails. We'll spend about an hour paddling out, an hour picnicking and beachcombing and an hour paddling back. This is a good trip for beginners but does still involve high levels of physical activity.
Thursday, May 17, 2018
Crisfield City Dock, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
$180 pp / includes lunch, ferry, and an autographed copy of "An Island Out of Time"
Located nine miles off of Crisfield in the heart of the Chesapeake Bay, Smith Island's marshy archipelago has preserved an extraordinary natural environment and island culture. Smith Island is the hub of the country’s soft shell industry and a fishing haven for herons, egrets, ibis, osprey and pelicans. Once home to 800 residents, Smith Island now has 240 year round residents, spread between the villages of Ewell, Rhodes Point and Tylerton. The Baltimore Sun recently published an article about plans and strategies to preserve this unique culture and place.
The walking tour is led by Salisbury University Professor Tom Horton. Tom lived on Smith Island for many years and has written extensively about the island. Our day includes visiting residents Mary Ada and Dwight Marshall. Mary Ada will prepare her infamous Smith Island Cake, the State Dessert of Maryland. The cost of the ferry trip, lunch and a signed copy of An Island out of Time by Tom Horton is included.
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