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Travel series begins on April 18

Travel with Klein Life is planning five new excursions.


The Travel with Klein Life program has five upcoming excursions, all with round-trip motor coach transportation.

The new series gets underway with a trip to Resorts Casino in Atlantic City on Wednesday, April 18. In addition to $10 in slot dollars, the trip includes a ticket to see vocalist Eric Kearns. Cost is $28.

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Then it’s off to New York to enjoy Rogers and Hammerstein’s musical Carousel. The cost is $175.

A guided tour entitled, “When Harlem Was Jewish,” is planned for Thursday, May 3, in New York. This tour will explore Harlem’s past and today’s culturally rich community. Stops will include the Old Broadway Synagogue, Harry Houdini’s home, Sholom Aleichem’s apartment building, Astor Row and the famous Apollo Theater. Included will be a kosher lunch at the well-known Fine & Shapiro Deli. The cost is $120.

The series continues with a trip to see the musical Halftime at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Milburn, New Jersey on Sunday, June 24. Cost is $105. Registration deadline is May 1.

A six-day, five night deluxe motor coach trip to Charleston, South Carolina will be offered from Sunday, June 10, to Friday, June 15. Highlights include a guided tour of Charleston, a visit to the Magnolia Plantation, a cruise and visit to the Fort Sumter National Monument, admission to the Charleston Tea Plantation, a narrated trolley tour and a visit to the Old City Market. Cost is $950 per person (double occupancy). A single supplement costs $295 additional.

For additional details and reservations and to receive a free Travel with KleinLife brochure, contact Andrea Kimelheim at 215–698–7300, Ext. 176 or akimelheim@kleinlife.org ••

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