M.I.A. trip July 16 to Rochester

CENTRAL SQUARE - Our trip to Rochester is coming up soon. All reservations have to be in by June 29.

On Tuesday, July 16, the M.I.A. (most interesting age) group will be going on a bus trip to Rochester. We will be leaving from the Central Square Walmart. Our first stop will be the Rochester Publix Market. The market carries a lot of products from Rochester-area farmers and local businesses including food stands, coffee shops, florists, breweries and more. Be sure to bring a market bag—because on one ever leaves empty handed.

Then we will go to the Benucci’s Ristorante, Wine Bar & Pizzeria for a lunch buffet. The buffet includes garden salad, chicken Marsala, meatballs and Italian sausage, penne marina, broccoli, lemon ice, coffee tea, soda, rolls and butter.

Next we will visit the Strong National Museum of Play for a 30 minute guided tour of the second floor artifacts. You will also have free time to explore the museum on your own.

We will then head out to F. Oliver’s and explore the new flavors and new ways to cook with their exceptional extra virgin olive oil, aged balsamic vinegars and freshly ground spices. Also we will visit the Baker Street Bakery where they carry fresh homemade bread, cakes and pastries. Afterwards we will be heading for home.

The cost of this trip is $108 for 30 people paid, $100 for 35 paid and $94 for 42 paid. Contact Corrie Oram at 315-668-6319 for reservations or any questions you might have. Hope to see you on our trip!

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