Each year, WRVO offers many fun events for listeners and members alike. In the past we've offered cruises to the Canadian Maritimes and Alaska, tours and productions at local opera venues, day trips to New York City, live tapings of public radio shows, lectures by famed reporters and public radio hard-hitters, and concerts. All of our events are sure to entertain and enlighten. Check back any time to see what we're offering this season.
The Pacific Northwest & California, October 2019
If you've never seen the coast of Washington, Oregon or northern California -- you're in for a treat with this Boyer Travel tour. Starting in Seattle, travelers will make their way down the coastline to San Francisco, enjoying all of the scenery in between. The trip includes a visit to the Redwood National Park, a cruise on the Rogue River, a stay in the historic timber and fishing village of Eureka and much more.
Details are available on the Boyer Travel website, or you can call (315) 956-4418 to speak to Martha Boyer.
Says You! live tapings in Syracuse and Utica this November
To mark WRVO’s 50th anniversary, the radio quiz show returns to the area for live show tapings. “Says You!” is public radio’s quintessential quiz show. It’s spirited and civil, brainy and boisterous, and peppered with musical interludes. You could be part of the live audience, laughing along with panelists on stage.
Join us for an evening taping on Friday, November 1 at 7:30 p.m. at the Palace Theater in Syracuse and a matinee performance Saturday, November 2 at 2 p.m. at Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute in Utica.
Explore the alpine countries in September of 2020 and experience the Oberammergau Passion Play -- performed every 10 years! Boyer Travel's 13-day custom trip to Switzerland, Austria and Germany includes tickets to the all-day play.
Highlights: A welcome dinner in the winemaking region of Grinzing, a guided tour of Vienna, a morning cruise on the Danube River, a Mozart dinner concert, and more.
Details are available on the Boyer Travel website. or you can call (315) 956-4418 to speak to Martha Boyer.