Trumbull Senior Circle Contacts for more information:
Kelli - Youngstown
John & Ann Sinclair
Tr. Memorial Hospital Seniors
Note: All of Bings tours are scheduled to depart from Columbiana. All these trips can also depart from Howland/Warren, Ohio. Other loading points like calcutta, Salem, etc. may be available for groups depending on the group size and the route of the basic tour. Sally and Kelli's trips can leave from Howland or Youngstown.
SINCLAIR TOURS, INC.
Bing and Sally’s 2013 Trips (& others)
Scheduled driver for most trips - John Sinclair
Sally Mazey (Warren) Ph: 330-841-5665
Kelli McCormick (Ygn). 330-884-5665
Bing Newton (Columbiana) Ph: 330-427-6578
(Revised April 14
May 23 Greensburg (Tue). Our first stop in the Pittsburgh area will be to tour the Steel Tycoon home and the estate at the Frick Mansion. Enjoy lunch in the Mountain resort of Seven Springs. In the afternoon we visit the Compass Inn and shop in the nearby town of Ligonier. Our dinner stop will be made at the Cracker Barrel in New Stanton. Call Sally. 7:00/10:00
May 28 Marietta (Tue). - North America’s Largest Animal Preserve – “The Wilds” is our first stop today. A boat ride on the Valley Gem Sternwheeler and a lunch at the Ryan’s Restaurant is also included in our itinerary today. Call Bing. 6:30/9:30
June 5 (Wed). – Broadway series (Wed) – “Guys and Dolls” – Call Sally for possible openings. 5:45/11:30
June 11 – Jamestown (Tue). – The first stop will be in Jamestown to see the “I Love Lucy” Museum. After a short bus tour of the grounds, a Lunch will be at the Anatheaun Hotel at Chautauqua. After we leave the Institution we enjoy a boat ride on Lake Chautauqua. Dinner will be on your own at the Cracker Barrel in Erie. Call Sally. 8:00/9:00
June 15 - Pittsburgh - Rivers Casino - Departing from Howland and Youngstown Northside hospital. Call Kelli - Ph; 330-884-5665.
June 19 –(Wed). Broadway series (Wed) – “The Book of Mormon” – Call Sally to check on possible cancellations since these tours were sold out last Fall. 5:45/11:45
June 20 (Thur). Canton - Hartville - Our first stops today will be the shops at the Hartville Market and Hardware in the Morning. Lunch is included at the Hartville Kitchen at mid-day. We conclude the day with a Pontoon boat ride on the upper and lower section of the Portage Lakes. A late afternoon stop at the McKinley Memorial will be our final stop of the day. Call Bing. 8:00/ 6:00
June 26 Cleveland (Wed). – We travel to Cleveland to the Lakeview Chapel, Rockefeller and James a Garfield Memorials. . Other likely stops will be Walnut Wednesday and Crocker Park. Call Sally to confirm your reservations and to confirm the date. Call Sally. 8:30/6:30
July 11- Hartville (Thur). We visit the Hartville Flee Market and the Hardware in the Morning. Thee are two model homes in the hardware store. We have a delicious lunch at Hartville Kitchens restaurant. In the afternoon we travel to Portage Lakes to view the beautiful homes via Pontoon boat. Call Sally. 8:00/5:30
July 16-17 (Tue-Wed). Lancaster, PA. - Upon arrival in Amish country, the Kitchen kettle will be our first stop. Then we travel a short distance to the Sugar Maple restaurant for a delicious smorgasbord dinner. Our highlight will be the evening show “NOAH> at the Sight and Sound Theater. On day two we will visit Gettysburg and have a guided tour of the battlefield. Our early dinner will be at the Oakhurst TEA ROOM near Somerset. Call Bing. 7:00/10:30
July 24-25 Lancaster (Wed-Thru). - After two turnpike rest stops, we make our first tour visit at the Hershey Chocolate World to view the chocolate process from the plant in S. America to how it is used in the kitchen. This evening we enjoy “South Pacific” at the Dutch Apple Dinner Theater. On day two we make several stops in Amish country – a Bakery and the Kitchen Kettle. Lunch will be included in Amish Country before we see the show “NOAH” which will be the highlight of the tour. A late dinner stop will be made at the Cracker Barrel in New Stanton on the return home. Call Sally. Note: an additional bus on a later date may be implemented. We stay at a nice Wingate Motel with a very nice full breakfast. Call Sally. 7:00/10:45
Aug. 1 Cleveland (Thur). See the show “Lion King” in Cleveland at the Playhouse Square. Call Sally for information and reservations. 11:45/5:45
Aug 6 (Tue). Niagara Falls – The first stop in Niagara Fall N.Y. will be a boat ride to view the Falls at the bottom of the Gorge. Then we see the visitor area at Robert Moses Power Vista is see how electricity is generated. Our final stop will be a visit to Fort Niagara along the River. A late dinner on your own will be at the Cracker Barrel in Erie on our return home. Call Bing. 7:00/10:00
Aug. 13 – Ohio Pyle (Tue) - The first stop will be at the Frank Lloyd Wright estate at Fallingwater. Lunch will be at the Oakhurst Tea Room or Seven Springs. In the Afternoon we will take a Senior Citizen calm conservative Float trip down the Youghiogheny River near Ohiopyle. Tennis shoes would be better than Leather shoes!!! A light fast food dinner stop will be made on the return home. Call Sally. 7:00/10:00
Sept 10-12 (T, W,TH). Washington DC and Annapolis. Visit the Smithsonian mall museums with an evening tour of the Major Monuments on our first day. On Wednesday we take a boat ride in Annapolis, have lunch on your own, and see the visitor center at Annapolis military Academy. We head back to DC with a Dinner at Toby’s Theater in the round. Day Three: Mount Vernon and the Air Museum near the Dulles Airport are the main attractions today. Call Bing. 7:00/11:00
Sept. 14 – Columbus (Sat). - Enjoy the Country Living Fair near Columbus. Optional afternoon visit to the new Casino near Columbus will be available for groups of eight or more for those who want to add the Casino to your Columbus visit. Call Sally. 7:00/10:00
Oct. 12 – Independence, Ohio (sat). – Arrive at the wine train in mid-morning at Independence, Ohio. You will enjoy the day on the Cuyahoga Valley Train. (Adults only). Call Sally. 7:30/7:30
Oct. 17 (Thur). - Sugarcreek, Berlin and Kidron. Enjoy the Flee Market and the Shops of Berlin. You will consume the haystack at Yoder’s. We will visit a bakery and a cheese house along with other attractions. A nice dinner is at an Amish Restaurant. Call Bing. 7:00/10:00
Oct. 22 Pittsburgh (Tue). - We are likely to visit the Nationality Rooms at the Uni. Of Pitt, then on to Phipps Conservatory, and conclude our day at the Natural History Museum which has especially good Dinosaur and Egyptian collections. (Plans are still tentative at this writing). Call Sally. 8:30/10:30
Nov. 27-28-29 - (Wed, Thur. Fri). Red eye to New York City with a Wed evening departure. Thursday we view the Macy’s day Parade. Lunch on your own, and a late afternoon show at the Radio City Music Hall to see the Christmas extravaganza may be of your interest. Our Thursday night motel will be in New Jersey near the Meadowlands. Friday morning we will make stops at Macy’s and view the World Trade Center and the Statue of Liberty from the Battery. Lunch on your own at the South Street Seaport. Departure for home is near 2:00 p.m. A late supper will be at the Country Cupboard near Lewisburg, PA. Radio City deposits must be received by Mid May. These tickets are in very high demand at this time and sell quickly. Early registration for the tour is critical!!! One night in a motel is included. Call Bing. Depart Wed. 10:00 pm / Return 11:00 p.m. Friday evening.
Dec. 3 Wheeling (Tue). - Enjoy the Christmas lights near Wheeling at Olgebay Park. You will have a very nice meal and entertainment in the Wilson Lodge in the Park. Enjoy the lights as we have a motorcoach tour of the thousands of lights in the park. Call Bing. 1:00 pm/10:00
Dec. 11 (Wed). – Cambridge Springs & Greensburg (Wed) - We visit the Riverside Inn to have a nice luncheon dinner then see their Christmas show. After the show we travel to Greensburg to see the Christmas lights at Overlies. A light dinner stop will be made on the turnpike at the Oakmont rest area for your snack. Call Sally. 9:30/9:30
Dec.17-18 (Tue-Wed). Christmas at Lancaster - We will see the Matinee show at the American Theater on the first afternoon. In the evening enjoy the Christmas program at the Dutch Apple Dinner Theater. On Wednesday morning enjoy a biblical history program at the Mennonite complex. Lunch will be a Dinners be fore we see NOAH at the Sight and Sound Theater. Call Bing. 6:30/10:30
Note: At this writing, all the Broadway Series for 2013-2914 are avaliable for sale. . Call Sally if really interested. Broadway series shows always depart from Panera on Elm Rd in Warren.
Also note, the above information is tentative and preliminary at this time. Most of the people from the Warren area will load at the Howland Community church at 198 Niles Cortland Rd. The Youngstown area people will load at Northside Hospital on Gypsy Lane in the parking lot across the street from the hospital for all of Sally's trips for the Senior Circle group
All Bing’s Trips depart from the Christian church on Cherry St. in Columbiana, Ohio.
This year these are the trips Sinclair Tours is really promoting since we are not selling individual seats for any particular tour any more (except Anderson Tours out of their Wish Book). We are only helping charter groups like Bing and Sally and other private groups, schools, churches, sport teams, etc.
For more information check for any updates, changes, and new trips on your computer at: sinclairbustours.com
Sinclair Tours¸Inc.’s only role with these tours is helping with the advertising. John, as an employee of Anderson Tours, will drive most of these trips. He will try to drive any other requested trips from other customers. Anyone can always request a driver for your trip.
If your group needs to charter a motor-coach please call the Sinclair Tours. Ph: 330-856-2096. We need Date, Times, Bus size, departure point, and destination to price a motorcoach properly.
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All tours on this Web site attempt to show all the destinations. The tour directors or coach operator may alter or delete the order of the places visited to provide a better itinerary. In a few cases, substitutions may have to be made due to traffic, local condiions, etc. With this web site or Sinclair tour brochures, Sinclair Tours, Inc. is attempting only to help with the advertising. Sinclair Tours Inc. follows all the same areas of responsibility and guidlines as stated in the Anderson Tour Wish Book.
Be sure top call the Sinclair's for any tour they may wish to take out of the
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