May 5, 2018
Roberta G. Doering School (formerly known as the Agawam Middle School)
68 Main Street, Agawam, MA, parking lot in rear
Agawam, MA 01001
$45 per person for both residents and non-residents alike
The Agawam Cultural Council is sponsoring a “Plan Your Own Day” Bus Trip to New York City
Saturday, May 5, 2018
The Agawam Cultural Council is sponsoring a “Plan Your Own Day” Bus Trip to New York City on Saturday, May 5, 2018. Activities such as museum and gallery exhibits, theatre and music performances, street festivals and shopping are available to those going on the trip. Running two buses in tandem, a member of the council, acting as “leader” on each bus will be available to help with information and suggestions along the way. The buses are scheduled to make five stops in Manhattan: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rockefeller Center/Radio City, Times Square/TKTS, 34th Street (Macy’s), and finally, the South Street Seaport. Riders may elect to get off at any of these scheduled stops. Further details, a map to the departure point, plus handy NYC links, can be found at www.agawamcc.org (click on “Bus Trips”).
This is a very popular trip and seating is limited to 108, on a first come / first served basis. Tickets are assigned only as payments arrive, and cannot be reserved by phone.
Current ticket availability, updated as requests are processed, plus further details and a map to the departure point can be found at the Cultural Council’s website: www.agawamcc.org (click: “Bus Trips”)
The return trip will leave New York City at 6:30 PM and be back in Agawam between 9:30 and 10:00 PM. To secure your seat(s), please send a self-addressed, stamped envelope with a check made out to “Agawam Cultural Council” to: Agawam Cultural Council, 153 Anthony Street, Agawam, MA 01001
If you have questions not answered on our website, please call 413-789-1201.
(Information only; not available for ticket reservations.)
The Agawam Cultural Council is an all-volunteer local partner of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and is funded, in part, by the MCC. The ACC is charged with bringing engaging, entertaining, and educational events and opportunities in the arts, humanities, and sciences, to children and adults from Agawam and the surrounding communities.