44 Old Huron Court

Kitchener, Ontario

N2R 1L7




TICO #50021958

August in Amish Country

August 4-7 2020

Enjoy the unique charm of Pennsylvania’s Amish Country, with a twist! From hands on experiences, to tasteful stops and shops, and the amazing Sight & Sound theater, we’ve got it covered.



Day 1  After crossing into New York, we’ll make a stop at the Corning Museum of Glass the world’s most comprehensive collection of glass. Next up is a fun a hands-on activity, we’ll Make Our Own WINE Glass project which will come in handy over the next couple of days. The tranquil drive through the mountains of Pennsylvania has us arriving to our hotel late afternoon. Best Western Country Cupboard, Lewisburg PA

Day 2  We travel through Pennsylvania and step back in time for a Victorian Lunch and Wine Tasting before heading to the ever-popular Sight & Sound Theater. Set in the opulent yet perilous Persian Empire, QUEEN ESTHER is a captivating tale of beauty and bravery. Esther’s ordinary life changed forever when she was taken through the palace doors, entering a new world of royalty and risk.  With a crown on her head and a secret in her heart, can she find the courage to trust in God’s plan and believe that she was made for such a time as this? Experience one of the most riveting Bible stories of the Old Testament as it comes to life with magnificent sets, special effects and live animals in this brand-new, original stage production. Heritage Hotel, Lancaster PA (B, L)


Day 3 Enjoy the day as you choose- Take in Lancaster’s Amish Country with a guided tour followed by free time at Kitchen Kettle Village - Stroll through the village of 42 shops and restaurants. Sample pepper jam, watch fudge being rolled, go for a horse drawn carriage ride and enjoy a local tune. And did we mention the shopping? It's like a treasure hunt with everything from hand carved signs, to handmade quilts, to leather goods, and so much more.




SEW Many Reasons to Head to the American Quilt Show - attendees can enjoy a variety of special quilt exhibits from around the world. Each event also features workshops and lectures with top quilting instructors, and a huge Merchant Mall with vendors offering the latest machines, fabrics, and other tools used in quilt making. (Pay own admission)


Day 4  Homeward bound with plenty of fond memories and picture-perfect postcards. (B)

INCLUSIONS: Deluxe Motor Coach Transportation, 3 Nights’ Accommodation, 3 Breakfasts (B), 1 Lunch (L), Visit to Corning Museum of Glass, Tickets to Sight & Sound Theater, Optional Sightseeing Tour of Lancaster, Services of Tour Director, & Taxes.

COST PER PERSON:           $975 Twin       $925 Triple      $900 Quad      $1275  Single

DEPARTS: Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge, and Brantford