Travel Clubs, Nov. 7, 2014
The Golden Empire Sams RV Group
We met October 6 through 9 at the Sugar Barge RV Resort on Bethel Island. Our members enjoyed playing games such as Bingo, Dingo Balls and Mexican Train. We explored the Delta levees along the Sacramento River and a few of the restaurant’s in Bethel Island. Our next outing is November 10 through 14 at the Heritage RV Park in Corning.
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 for more information.
Roadrunners of Nevada County
HOLIDAY LIGHTS @ GILROY GARDENS & BARRANGO, Dec. 12 and 13:
Get into the holiday spirit with a visit to Gilroy Gardens when it’s all lit up for Christmas. Special dinner included. Overnight accommodations at Holiday Inn in Gilroy. On Day 2 we tour Barrango’s in South San Francisco, where they make holiday decorations and Christmas trees for shopping centers, malls, civic buildings, etc. and we’ve added a very special surprise destination.
“SHEN YUN” at the Sacramento Community Theater, Jan. 14: We have good seats for this world class show. Through the universal language of music and dance, this performance features a philharmonic orchestra, stunning costumes and backdrops, as well as the world’s foremost classically trained dancers. Lunch at Sizzler in Auburn included before the show.
“JOSEPH & THE TECHNICOLOR DREAM COAT,” Jan. 30: This award winning play will be at the Sacramento Community Theater. This was Andrew Lloyd Webber’s first publicly performed musical, opening on Broadway in 1982. It’s the Biblical story of Joseph and his brothers and the coat of many colors. Bring the grand kids as this is a family friendly production with very few spoken words and almost completely sung. Includes lunch at Olive Garden Restaurant before the matinee performance.
10 DAY CARIBBEAN CRUISE, Feb. 26 through March 9: Cruise the Eastern Caribbean for 10 days on board the beautiful Royal Princess. Round trip Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ports of call include Antigua, Barbados, St. Lucia, St. Kitts, St. Thomas, and Princess Cays. Call for more information.
For information, call Ronnie at 530-272-1830 or 530-205-6157, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or Hallie at 530-272-5467 (home) or 916-214-8746 (cell) email@example.com. For more information, visit http://www.manyroadrunnersnc.org.
Nevada County Travel Club, Inc.
Our members celebrated the club’s 41st birthday in September and are busy making plans for tours of 2015. Give our tour director, Brenda, a call and GO AND GROW with us under her professional leadership. You, too, can receive the monthly newsletter and attend meetings that offer opportunities to reserve tour space, enjoy travel programs and a catered lunch. Call 530-432-5301 for reservations and more information on the following travel experiences:
SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS, Dec. 10 through 12: Pure holiday magic that radiates festive cheer with high-kicking chorus, glittering costumes and dazzling cast at the El Dorado in Reno. Tour includes round trip motor coach, two night’s lodging, two breakfasts, one evening cocktail party with “heavy” appetizers, one buffet dinner, show, taxes, fees and gratuities.
JONI MORRIS: A TRIBUTE TO PATSY CLINE, Jan. 10: Do you want to “Go Out Walking” or go”Crazy” with Patsy Cline? Joni Morris is a “Closer Walk” for this generation than any other impersonator and YOU can enjoy her presentation at the Woodland Opera House with Nevada County Travel Club. One night only tour includes round-trip motor coach, barbecue buffet at Ludy’s , two hour show, and gratuities. Reserve as soon as possible as seats will be released soon.
Gra Neva A’s
We had a wonderful tour to the California State Parks new Statewide Museum Collection Center (SMCC.firstname.lastname@example.org).
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