FREEING MINDS A Campaign for St. John's College
Come celebrate the beauty of Holland and old‑world Flanders in springtime, the best time of year to visit, when the vibrant, abundant Dutch tulip fields are in bloom. Join us for this comprehensive nine-day travel program and cruise for seven nights along the Dutch waterways aboard the exclusively chartered, deluxe, small river ship Amadeus Silver II. Meet local residents during the exclusive River Life® Forum for a personal perspective of daily life and cultural heritage in the Low Countries.
Enjoy a private cruise along the enchanting canals of Amsterdam, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Expert-led excursions include the storybook city of Bruges, the world-renowned Kröller-Müller Museum, famous Keukenhof Gardens, the “Golden Age” trading town of Hoorn, ancient Maastricht and charming Antwerp. The Delft, Kinderdijk and Hague PreCruise Option and The Golden Age of Amsterdam Post-Cruise Option are offered.
Contact Pamela McKee at pmckee7(at)verizon.net for early interest booking refund policy, deck plan and estimated cost.
DOWNLOAD EARLY BOOKING BROCHURE 2019 (PDF)
Mitchell Gallery exhibition and program support provided by the Thomas P. Gohagan Company.
Trip to Dordogne Region, May 10–18, 2018 (PDF)
Trip to Dordogne Region, May 24–June 1, 2018 (PDF)
St. John's College
60 College Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21401
Hours: Open noon to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday, and from 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. Friday; closed on Mondays
Read Mitchell Gallery student guard Will Harrington's (A20) blog, where he reminisces about the artwork on display at the gallery.
Hradcany Castle, Prague, October 2015
Boarding the Amadeus Brilliant, Passau Germany, on the Danube River, October 2015
Rocamadour, above the Dordogne River, France, May 2011
Jardins d'Eyrignac, France, June 2011
Hotel Madeleine, Sarlat, France, June 2011
Overlook from Chateau de Beynac, France, June 2011
Troglodyte Village of La Madeleine, France, June 2011
Domme Marketplace, France, June 2011
Group photo, Chateau de Beynac, France, June 2011