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Travel Clubs, March 20, 2015

The Gra-Neva A’s

We have have enjoyed the wonderful weather and have several short tours under their belt! Our next tour will be to see the beautiful tulips at the gardens in Ananda Village on Saturday April 4. On April 25 we will be going to the Timbuctoo and Smartsville Pioneer Days. Come join us!

Our next meeting is at 7 p.m. on March 26 at Penny’s Diner in Grass Valley.



Roadrunners of Nevada County

April 3 – RED HAWK CASINO, $30. Park & Ride at 8 a.m., SPD 8:30 a.m. Five hour stay.




April 16 – “ONCE,” winner of eight 2012 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. ONCE is an original ensemble of actor/musicians who play their own instruments onstage. It is an unforgettable story about going for your dreams and the power of music to connect us all. Trip includes lunch at the Old Spaghetti Factory, before the 2 p.m. performance, at the Sacramento Community Theatre.

April 23 – ROSIE THE RIVETER & ANNIE’S ANNUALS – A trip to Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park and a stop at Annie’s Annuals Nursery. Both stops are in Richmond. Trip includes lunch. Park & Ride 7 a.m., SPD 7:30 a.m.

September 19 through 26 – BRANSON TRIP. The trip includes round trip Sacramento/Kansas City airline tickets, Eureka Springs ,AR, Dogwood Canyon, MO, and College of the Ozarks, MO. Seven nights the Radisson Hotel in Branson, 16 meals (seven breakfasts, two lunches, seven dinners ) eight shows. All taxes and gratuities including that of the bus driver, and all admissions and attractions. Trip insurance is available.

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

Nevada County Travel Club

Go and grow with Nevada County Travel Club! Tour Director, Brenda Shilling at 530-432-5301 can help you reserve our local, USA, and international explorations.

May 16 – Celebrity Cruise Line’s 11th Alaska Cruise round-trip under the Golden Gate.

June 6 – D-Day Tour of Port of Richmond’s World War II Homefront National Historical Park. (Popularly called The Rosie the Riveter Museum. Tour includes transportation, lunch overlooking SF Bay waterfront, museum and SS Red Oak Victory Ship. Rest stops including Jelly Belly.

Sept., 6 – 15 day Celebrity Cruise of New England and Eastern Canada

October 16- Collette’s Upper New York State in seven nights with optional five night extension in NYC.

December 2 – Santa Fe Holiday for four nights/one hotel with tours to Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Taos.

Oct. 22- Collette’s New York City.

June 15, 2016 – Grand Circle Travel’s Romantic Villages of Alpine Europe with no single supplements.

Land tour includes Europe’s most charming villages in No. Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Austria.

Dec. 2 – Santa Fe, New Mexico Holiday: Four nights at INN OF THE GOVERNORS, sightseeing of Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Taos, Indian Pueblo.

Call Tour Director Brenda at 530-432-5301 for more information and reservations or visit Nevada County Travel Club for lunch and a travel program the second Wednesday of every month. Tour sign-ups are also available at the meetings.

Call Diana at 530-273-8369 (no reservations after Saturday noon prior to the meeting). Also look for Nevada County Travel Club on Facebook.

Golden Empire Sam’s RV Group

The Golden Empire Sam’s group met November 10 through 13 at Heritage RV Park in Corning. Corning and Chico have many places to explore with olive tasting, touring Corning Olive Oil company, visiting the monastery in Vina and going to the Sierra Nevada Brewery. 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 530-263-2035.


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