Come with us on a trip to Harrah’s Cherokee Casino on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 from 8:15am until 7:00pm. We will be taking a Charter Bus over to the casino resort. Harrah’s is a plave where every hand is holding a very good time. Arrowheads point to good luck. So follow them to Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort. North Carolina’s first casino, Harrah’s promises an electrifying adventure that’s bound to put a smile on your face and, if you’re lucky, a bulge in your wallet. Lunch will be on your own at the Casino/Resort. We need to have at least 30 people for this trip. IMPORTANT: The Casino requires that all guest have a valid email address in order to register for a Total reward Card and receive free slot play upon arrival. Guests must stay in line to receive the incentive. This trip will be $35 per person with lunch on your own. Sign up began on December 22, 2017.
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The Center will be having an OTLB Trip to Brumbley’s Restaurant in the General Morgan Inn on Friday, February 16, 2018 from 9:45am until 3:30pm. Brumley’s is Greeneville’s only fine dining restaurant and treat yourself to the best American cuisine to ever be tasted in East Tennessee! Lunch is at 11:00. After lunch, enjoy a stop at the Greeneville Antique Market, which is just around the corner from the General Morgan Inn in historic Greeneville, TN, and has three floors of antiques and collectibles. Housing over 75 booth spaces which feature a wide variety of goods, you’ll find Southern primitives, folk art, painted furniture, books, estate jewelry, fine glassware, and much more! They’re even an official stockiest of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. The trip is only $8 for transportation and lunch is on your own. Sign up began on Friday, December 22, 2017.
Join us on an Out to Lunch trip to Amis Mill Restaurant in Rogersville on Friday, March 9, 2018 from 10:30am – 4:00pm. The trip is $8 per person for transportation. Enjoy a scenic drive to the Restaurant and lunch is on your own at Amis Mill Restaurant. After lunch you can visit the Gift Shop, and enjoy a walk around the Thomas Amis Historic site, which includes a blacksmith shop and you can see the oldest Stone Dam in Tennessee. Sign ups begin on January 22, 2018.