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Travel Clubs, May 2, 2014


Nevada County Travel Club

We are the oldest travel club in Nevada County. Members enjoy monthly luncheon meetings at 12:30 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month at the United Methodist Church in Grass Valley. Reservations are necessary by phoning Diana at 530-273-8369.

At least one tour a month is planned and escorted by NCTC Tour Director, Brenda Shilling. Sign-ups are available three to four months in advance at the meetings or by telephoning the Tour Director at 530-432-5301. A variety of destinations, trip lengths and types of transportation are offered. Most tour prices are all-inclusive of transportation, meals, attractions, entertainment and gratuities.

We are now taking reservations from members, family, friends and readers of The Union for the following attractions:

May 11 through 18: Celebrity Cruise to Bermuda: enjoy the beautiful sea and sands.

June 12: Yes, we have tickets and round-trip transportation to Sacramento’s “WICKED.”

July 8: Mary Poppins Matinee in Sacramento with round-trip transportation.

July 31: Lake Tahoe Dinner Cruise.

Aug. 5 through 19: Oregon Road Trip.

Sept. 5 through 13: Historical Trains of Colorado.

Sept. 9: Day Tour to Graeagle, Portola, Nakoma and Big Springs Gardens.

Oct. 24: Halloween Mystery Tour.

Oct. 28 through Nov. 5: Cuba Tour.

If you would like to receive the monthly newsletter and/or try a 2014 tour, call 530-432-5301. NCTC members is a very sociable group of men and women who are adventurers.

Happy Trails Travelers

Join us on our trip to Red Hawk on May 13. You are served coffee and fresh pastries. If you wish to join us, call Laura for more information and reservations at 530-273-9641.

The Golden Empire Sam’s RV Group

Our group met April 6 through 10 at Heritage RV Park in Corning. Our members enjoyed potluck dinners and playing games and a fun baseball game. At Corning we toured the Corning Olive Oil company. Our next outing will be May 11 through 15 at Gridley Inn & RV Park.

If you are looking for a very friendly group that has a lot of fun activities, good food and friendly members, please join us for one of our camp outs as a guest. Looking forward to hearing from you! Call 530-477-1799 or cell 530-263-2035.

Roadrunners of Nevada County

‘Dancing Inferno’ at the Eldorado in Reno, June 18 and 19: A celebration of the timeless hits from Abba and other Disco groups of the 70’s. Package includes transportation, driver gratuity, hotel room, show ticket, dinner voucher good at any restaurant in the Eldorado, breakfast buffet voucher and cocktail party.

The Piano Guys, June 28: A highly successful musical group consisting of pianist Jon Schmidt and cellist Steven Sharp Nelson who perform their renditions of popular songs and classical music while accompanied by professional quality videos in the background. This concert is held at the beautiful Gallo Center in Modesto. Lunch at Pietro’s Italian Restaurant in Lodi is included.

Napa Valley Wine Train, July 17: We’ll board the expertly refurbished Pullman Cars in quaint Downtown Napa to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere while traveling to St. Helena and back. A sumptuous lunch, freshly prepared right on the train, is served in the gourmet car and includes soup or salad, a choice of entrees, dessert and coffee or tea.

River Cats, July 29: Includes bus transportation and bleacher seats facing away from the sun, This is an evening game beginning at 7 p.m. Does not include food or drinks, but plenty of vendors are on hand for you to enjoy the typical ballpark treats.

For information and/or reservations, call Ronnie at 530-272-1830 (home) or 530-205-6157 (cell) or email jimandronnie@sbcglobal.net, or Hallie at 530-272-5467 (home) or 916-214-8746 (cell) halvern@sbcglobal.net. For more information, visit http://www.manyroadrunnersnc.org.

Gra Neva A’s

We had a wonderful tour to the California State Parks new Statewide Museum Collection Center (SMCC.tours@parks.ca.gov) and were totally amazed by the volume and variety of artifacts they have collected for over 100 years. The collections are archived in a huge building (260,000 square feet) that is temperature, humidity and light controlled. It is located on the west side of McClellan Park. There are four bays (160,000 sq. ft.) for the floor to ceiling shelving containing the archived artifact collections. There is also a Photographic Archive, an Archeological sorting and ID room in addition to many other speciality rooms. Our tour was thoughtful and very knowledgeable.

For further information check out our website at http://www.granevaas.com.


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