S18T3 Spring Break 2018 with LLI

Please note: this course requires membership in
Lifelong Learning Institute Membership 2017-2018

Dates:March 4-9, 2018
Meets:Su, M, Tu, W, Th and F from 12 M to 12 M
Location:Sea Ranch Resort
Fee: $50.00

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JMU LLI Spring Break 2017

Need an escape from the cold weather? Looking for a relaxing getaway?
Join us at Sea Ranch Resort
1731 N. Virginia Dare Trail, Kill Devil Hills, NC
Sunday, March 4 - Friday, March 9

Costs & Reservations (Limited to 36 participants)
Make your own room reservation at (252) 441-7126 (Code JMLL) http://searanchresort.com/
Oceanside hotel room (Main Inn): $69.00 per night plus tax (12.75%);
Oceanfront hotel room with balcony: $89.00 per night plus tax;
Two-bedroom oceanfront condo with full kitchen: $109.00 per night plus tax.
ALL meals on your own
Travel: on your own
Costs payable to JMU-LLI $50.00

Book your reservation NOW through February 5th!

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS: (details still being finalized)

James Charlet a local historian also known as "Keeper James," will present the history of the UNITED STATES LIFE-SAVING SERVICE which was founded in 1871. During its forty-four year history, over 176,000 lives were saved by these heroes! Dramatic stories of courageous rescues will be a highlight of the program. The Lifesaving Museum is nearby.
In Wanchese we will visit the COASTAL STUDIES INSTITUTE, a branch of UNC whose research and education programs center around issues such as water quality, fisheries, renewable energy, maritime heritage, and coastal economics. Here we will enjoy a lecture and tour of the facility which has won international awards in architecture.

In Corolla our trip to the COROLLA WILD HORSE FUND will include a lecture and two-hour tour regarding the care and management of the wild horse herd living on the dunes and in danger of extinction (additional $45/pp fee). We will also visit the OUTER BANKS CENTER FOR WILDLIFE EDUCATION for a lecture by its curator, Sharon Meade (suggested $5.00 donation). On site is the Currituck lighthouse and Whalebone Club.

At PEA ISLAND NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE we will learn of the land management practices to enhance bird migration. Bring your binoculars! We will also learn of the large bear and wolf populations at ALLIGATOR RIVER WILDLIFE REFUGE.

An all-day bus tour with DANNY COUCH, a local historian and storyteller, will be available for those who choose this option (additional fee). Visit three lighthouses, take the ferry to Ocracoke Island, and delight in his entertaining stories.

Enjoy FREE TIME as well!

Programs are also available at WRIGHT BROTHERS MEMORIAL, FORT RALEIGH, JOCKEY'S RIDGE STATE PARK, and the AQUARIUM.

ITINERARY:
Sunday, March 4: Travel independently to Sea Ranch Resort. Enjoy dessert buffet welcome and orientation.
Monday-Thursday: Scheduled events and free time
Thursday evening: Social event
Friday: Checkout by 11:00am


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Payment Information: Payment is due at time of registration and must be made by credit card (AMEX, MasterCard, Visa and Discover.) There is a $5 credit card convenience fee assessed at the time of payment. You will be redirected to the payment web site after clicking submit. Please have your credit card ready. Once payment is successfully completed, you will receive a payment receipt and a registration confirmation by email.

Withdrawal/Refund Policy: You may cancel your registration up to one week before the class start date, and receive a full refund (minus any credit card processing fees.) After that date, no refunds will be given.

For registration questions, please contact Lifelong Learning Institute at LLI@jmu.edu or 540/568.2923.



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