Community Education’s EDventure Series offers exciting trips to regional events, shows and attractions to educate and enrich your life. Leave the planning and details to our knowledgeable escorts. Invite a friend or family member to join you for a memorable and carefree day. EDventures are designed for adults ages 18 and up, unless otherwise noted. Seats are limited. Make your reservations today.
Evanston, IL was home of the Women’s Temperance Association that ushered in the era of Prohibition. 100 years later things have changed! Evanston is now home to breweries, wineries and spirits. We will start our day at the Farmhouse with a lunch accompanied with wine tasting. Then we will travel to Sketchbook Brewery for beer tasting and finish at FEW Spirits for a tasting of different spirits. Along the way we will learn what it takes to start and operate a craft beverage business and the different types of fermentation techniques. Your tour includes all transportation, lunch, all tastings and gratuities. Sorry, no refunds after August 18.
Friday, September 18, 2015, 8:30AM-7:30PM, Evanston
$165 early registration discount fee through 8/18
Come with us if you dare! What is more fitting in October than visiting some of Chicago’s haunted sites? Ursula Bielski, host of PBS’ “The Hauntings of Chicago” and a recognized leading authority on the Chicago region’s ghostlore, will take us on a tour of some haunted spots in and around Chicago. Get ready to visit the sites of the 1893 World’s Fair, the Murder Castle of H.H. Holmes and Robinson Woods with its haunted Indian Cemetery. Lunch will be served at The Great Escape where Al Capone was known to be a regular customer. It was also a filming location for the Tom Mix shorts. Your trip includes all transportation, lunch and all gratuities. Sorry, no refunds after 9/23.
Friday, October 23, 2015, 7:30AM-7PM, Chicago
$95 early registration discount fee through 9/23
Chicago is a perfect place to enjoy everything about the holidays – decorations, snow and, of course, shopping. You can take in all three on our day in Chicago. Our first stop will be at the Museum of Science and Industry to see the Christmas Around the World and Holidays of Light annual exhibit. Surrounding the 45-foot tree is a forest of more than 50 smaller trees beautifully decorated by Chicago’s ethnic communities. Don’t be surprised if you encounter a little snowfall as you walk around taking in traditional decorations from other cultures. Following the museum you will be dropped off at the German outdoor festival Christkindlmarket for an afternoon of shopping. Lunch will be on your own. Your day includes transportation to and from Chicago, museum entrance fee and gratuities. Sorry, no refunds after November 6.
Friday, December 4, 2015, 8AM-8PM, Chicago
$85 early registration discount fee throug 11/6
Heartland Community College is partnering with Collette Travel to bring you an even greater travel experience. Let Collette and Heartland do all the work. Spend eight days touring Seattle, Portland, Redwood National Park, Eureka, CA, and San Francisco. View the trip itinerary. Call Laurie Mueller at (309) 268-8160 for more details. Book through September 25, 2015 and save $100 per person.
Is there a particular destination you have always wanted to visit? Would you like to receive advance information on destinations in Heartland’s new travel series as it becomes available? Contact the Community Education office at by phone at (309) 268-8160 or by email to add your name to the mailing list or share your suggestions and new ideas today!