The OASIS Travel Department invites you to join them for one of their exciting day trips.
With a variety of destinations from museums and musicals to gardens, gambling casinos and more, there is definitely a trip for you to enjoy! All day trips include deluxe transportation from the OASIS Senior Center to the destination and return. Extended trips are offered through the Travel Department and flyers are posted in the Travel office.
Come by the OASIS Senior Center and meet the Travel Department volunteers or call them at 949.718.1810 for assistance. They will be most happy to help you find the trip of your choice. Trips are sold on a first come-first sign-up basis.
Become a member of the Friends of OASIS and receive your personal monthly copy of the “OASIS News” for complete details of all trips and activities at the Center.
Stop by the Travel Office for flyers with detailed information on all of these trips. NOTE: Second listed price is non-member price.
THE THRILLING 30’S MURDER MYSTERY
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Bus to Almansor Court just south of Pasadena for a luncheon and musical revue. Enjoy the popular songs, comedy, costumes, dialogue and dancing with your lunch and wine. Time to shop and participate in the raffle.
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Just a short trip to Santa Ana and Bud and Bloom, a cannabis dispensary. Upon arrival, there will be a lecture concerning the growing interest from seniors in what medical marijuana can do to help issues common with age including insomnia, pain and loss of appetite (Source: CNN). Afterwards, an included lunch and time to browse and shop. Purchases are cash only. Legal ID is required by this business.
NIXON LIBRARY-APOLLO 11: ONE GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Travel to the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic moon landing with a docent-guided tour of the Library. Afterward, on your own time, view the amazing all-new interactive special exhibit, Apollo 11: One Giant Leap for Mankind.It includes a replica of the command module, the only part of Apollo 11 that returned to earth from the moon and definitely something very special to see! A 360-degree virtual reality experience will transport visitors to the lunar surface to see and hear Neil Armstrong’s “one giant leap for mankind.” Dozens of other artifacts, photos, historical footage and life-sized replicas of the spaceship parts are also on display. Docents will be throughout the exhibit. Trip includes a box lunch at the Library.