Nov. 6: Club meeting, 6:30 p.m. SST Tours and Norwegian Cruise Lines will present information on an East Coast cruise and tour.
Nov. 11: Rolling Hills Casino.
Dec. 3-4: Charlie Prose Show in Reno. Overnight at the Silver Legacy, cash back, two buffet lunches.
April 9, 2003: “The Producers” at the Orpheum Theater in San Francisco.
For more information, contact Anne Miranda, 273-3494, or e-mail
Sierra Travelers ‘Over the Hill Gang’
Nov. 3-4: Carson City to see “Oklahoma” and overnight at the Sands in Reno.
Nov. 17-22: Laughlin – three nights at the River Palms and stops in between.
Nov. 28: Thanksgiving trip to Reno at the Silver Legacy.
Dec. 1-2: Reno overnight Christmas show at the Eldorado, show featuring Charlie Prose.
Dec. 7-15: Cruise the western Caribbean on the Grand Princess. See Princess Cays, Grand Cayman, Costa Maya and Cozumel.
Dec. 12: Christmas party bus to Boomtown, new Golden Phoenix in Reno.
Dec. 14: Sacramento to see “The Singing Christmas Tree.”
Jan. 15: North Shore and Boomtown, plus cash back.
Jan. 30-31: Amtrak to Reno. Overnight at the Hilton, plus bonuses.
March 9: Golden Gate Fields. A day at the horse races.
March 17: St. Patrick’s Day at North Shore and Boomtown, plus cash back.
March 21-29: Spring tour of California – Bakersfield, Victorville, Palm Springs (plus “Follies”), San Diego, Capistrano, Old Getty Museum, new “California Adventure” at Disneyland, Santa Barbara, Solvang, Hearst Castle and more.
April 4-14: Cruise to Hawaii on the Dawn Princess. Five island stops.
June 5: “Mama Mia” at the California Musical Theatre. Orchestra seating. No-host dinner after the show.
June 15-16: Father’s Day in Carson City to see “West Side Story.” Overnight at the Sands Regency in Reno.
Nov. 9-10: See “Hello Dolly” in Carson City. Overnight at the Carson Valley Inn.
For more information, call Lucille at 273-6776, Vonda at 477-2363, or Joyce at 272-8213.
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