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Saratoga
August 16-18

Singin� in the Rain at North Shore Music Theatre
Lunch at Angelica�s
Sunday, August 21

Essex Steam Train & Riverboat (Connecticut)
Saturday, September 10

Northern Italy Tour
September 19-30

New York City
October 23 & 24

Veteran�s Day Tribute at Log Cabin
Thursday, November 10

Bright Nights at Forest Park
Lunch & Entertainment at The Delaney House
Thursday, December 1

Run for the Roses! featuring Nashville, Memphis & the 143rd Kentucky Derby
April 30-May 7, 2017
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Run for the Roses! Featuring Nashville, Memphis & the 143rd Kentucky Derby
Date: April 30-May 7, 2017

Signup ASAP!*

Price per person: $4,599 Double      $5,699 Single  $4,199 Triple

Insurance: $237 Double         $302 Single

Walkability: slightly strenuous = ability to move quickly for up to 30 minutes.

Please find the Reservation Form on the left column of this page, under Forms.

Travel with Club 50 on a trip filled with music, history and the greatest 2 minutes in sports!

Day 1, Sunday, April 30: We shuttle from Watertown to Boston for our flight to Nashville (remember your Derby hats & attire). Upon arrival we will meet our local tour director and depart on a deluxe motor coach to Memphis, TN the �Birthplace of Rock �n� Roll�. We�ll stay at the downtown Holiday Inn for two nights and dine as a group. (D)

Day 2, Monday, May 1: After breakfast, get familiar with Memphis during our guided city tour. Next we�ll tour Sun Studio a recording studio opened by rock pioneer Sam Phillips where Elvis recorded his first hit. This afternoon we�ll tour Graceland. See how a rock �n� roll legend lived and relaxed with family and friends. This evening we�ll have supper together on the exciting Beale Street. (B/D)

Day 3, Tuesday, May 2: This morning we head for Nashville aka �Music City�. We�ll visit the former home of Barbara Mandrell, Fontanel Mansion. World Class musicians take you through this historic home and share the stories that only music insiders and close friends and family have heard, up until now. This afternoon we will check into Opryland Resort Atrium Rooms for two nights. After dinner in the resort enjoy a toe-tapping evening at the Grand Ole Opry. Each Opry show features an array of performances by new stars, superstars and legends of country music as well as great bluegrass, comedy, and more. Opry shows are never rehearsed and never the same show twice, but always an unforgettable evening of uniquely American entertainment. (B/D)

Day 4, Wednesday, May 3: Get to know the �Music City� this morning during a locally guided city tour. After an independent lunch follow the story of country music, past to present, through the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's permanent exhibition "Sing Me Back Home," and through celebrated feature and cameo exhibits. Top off the day with dinner and a show at The Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theater. (B/D)

Day 5, Thursday, May 4: Today we travel to Louisville, KY. Try a Hot Brown at a local eatery during an independent lunch Downtown before visiting the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, home of the World's Biggest Baseball Bat, offering interactive and interesting exhibits along with a bat factory tour and batting cages. This evening we�ll have fun at the Kentucky Derby Festival�s oldest and founding event � the Pegasus Parade. It�s a spectacle of colorful floats, marching bands, giant inflatables, equestrians and celebrities parading through downtown Louisville and we have reserved seats! A box dinner is included. The SpringHill Suites will be home for three nights. (B/D)

Day 6, Friday, May 5: This morning begins with a narrated tour into the Bluegrass region east of Louisville. We will tour a working thoroughbred horse farm and learn about this industry, see the horses and hear the farm�s tales of success, failure and competition. A visit to Old Friends Horse Farm shows us where the horses go when their careers have come to an end. We will also tour a real Kentucky Bourbon Distillery complete with a tasting! A visit to Claudia Sanders Dinner House will top off the day in delicious fashion. (B/D)

Day 7, Saturday, May 6: Rise & Shine it�s Derby Day! Don your sporty outfits and Derby Hats as we begin the day with a Brunch Cruise aboard the Spirit of Jefferson. What a sight as you watch the big red paddlewheel kicking up a whitewater feather trail as you cruise the mighty Ohio River with great food and entertainment. With all the excitement in the city, please anticipate the need to walk a bit to get to and fro. Next we�re off to the highlight of our tour as we walk between the twin spires of Churchill Downs. We have 2nd Floor Grandstand Seats (under cover) on the homestretch. Enjoy people watching and sample a mint julep. This is one of the world�s most celebrated sporting events and we are on hand to experience it all! (Brunch)

Day 8, Sunday, May 7: After breakfast we depart for Nashville and our flight home with our precious bucket list memories tucked into our hat boxes. (B)

Tour Includes:

� Airport Transfers to/from Boston � Round trip airfare � Deluxe motor coach transportation � 7 Nights Lodging � 13 Meals: 7 Breakfasts & 6 Dinners � All activities and admissions as listed in the itinerary � Hotel Bag Handling � All trip-related taxes � Services of a Brilliant Edventures professional tour director � Meal Gratuities

Please note: Airline checked bag fee if applicable, Gratuity for Drivers, local guides and Tour Director are not included.

Not Included: Optional group* travel protection plan premium $237 per person in double or triple occupancy or $302 per person in single occupancy. (*Group insurance requires a minimum of 10 participants � Premium will be significantly higher if group minimum is not met.)

Deposit: $650 per person to secure your reservation, plus trip cancellation protection premium if desired no later than August 15, 2016. Please make checks payable to Watertown Savings Bank.

Balance Due: February 10, 2017

Contact: For additional information and remittance of registration forms and payments:

Watertown Savings Bank Club 50, 60 Main Street, Watertown, MA 02472

Attn: Connie Braceland, 617-928-2338 or cbraceland@watertownsavings.com

*Cancellation Policy: $100 is non-refundable after August 31, 2016. The entire deposit becomes non-refundable on January 10, 2017. Cancellations received after February 10, 2017 will be subject to the penalties imposed by suppliers including, but not inclusive to, non-refundable airline tickets. Trip cancellation protection is strongly recommended. Should you purchase trip cancellation protection and need to cancel after February 1, 2017, your cancellation must be due to a covered reason, mainly sickness, death, or injury of you, your traveling companion or an immediate family member, in order to be considered for a refund. An insurance claim must be filed with appropriate documentation.

Travel arrangements by Brilliant Edventures (BE), St. Simons Island, GA: BE acts only as an intermediary and agent in handling travel arrangements that are actually provided by other suppliers. This agency, therefore, shall not be responsible for breach of contract or any careless actions or omissions on the part of such suppliers, which result in any loss, damage, delay or injury to tour participants. BE may not be held responsible for losses or expenses due to sickness, lack of appropriate medical facilities or practitioners, weather, strikes, theft or other criminal acts, war, terrorism or acts of God. BE retains the right to substitute accommodations or services of comparable quality if the advertised services become unavailable. BE reserves the right to cancel this tour if the minimum number of tour participants is not met. The published price of this tour is based on rates available at the time of booking. BE reserves the right to increase the cost of the tour, at any time, in the unlikely event that our tour suppliers impose price increases such as, but not limited to, fuel surcharges. Proof of such rate adjustments from our suppliers will be provided. Tour is based on a minimum of 30 paying passengers.






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