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Travel club briefs 7/21/07

Roadrunners

Aug. 14: Ice Cream Social at Condon Park. Bring a salad to share along with your own table setting. Club will furnish ice cream and toppings.

Sept. 11 – Luau at Condon Park. Food served at 12:30



Oct. 31-Nov. 6: Branson. Better than ever with many new shows. All breakfasts and dinners included. Great trip at a great price.

Upcoming trips for 2008 include Panama Canal cruise and a trip down the coast to southern California including Cambria, Hearst Castle, Morro Bay, Solvang, Santa Barbara, Getty Villa in Malibu, Queen Mary, Catalina Island, Huntington Library and




Gardens and the Nethercutt Museum.

For more information, call Ronnie, 272-1830 or 205-6157, or Hallie, 272-5467

49’er

Sept. 5-6: Chukchansi Resort Casino. Forestiere Underground Gardens, Gouda Cheese Factory, Stockton Waterfront, cash back and food credit.

Sept. 15-20: Two Nation Vacation. Overnight at Rosarito Beach Hotel in Mexico, tour of nearby Fox Studios where Titanic was filmed. Spanish-speaking escort. See the

Dead Sea Scrolls, Balboa Park and San Diego History Museum, Midway Aircraft

Carrier, Wm. S. Hart Ranch and more. Deadline July 10.

Oct. 2-9: Tucson. New Grand Canyon Overlook, Museums of the Southwest, old West town of Bisbee, Ariz., free time in Palm Springs and more.

For more information, contact Anne Miranda, 273-3494.

Nevada County

Aug. 16: “Hello Dolly” at the Music Circus in Sacramento.

Aug. 30: “1776” at the Music Circus in Sacramento.

Sept. 30: “Delta Cruise” from Sacramento to San Francisco by Boat. Return to

Sacramento by AMTRAK. A full day of enjoyment along this very interesting and scenic part of California. Luncheon on the boat is included. Must know soon if you are going.

Oct. 31: Halloween Mystery Trip.

Nov. 8: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Whistle Down the Wind” at the Sacramento Musical Theater.

Dec. 2: “Amish Country Christmas” for six days. Highlights are Philadelphia, Brandywine Valley with Longwood Gardens decorated for Christmas, Wheatland, Amish Farmlands, Founder’s Hall, Dutch Apple Dinner Theater, and Hershey’s

Chocolate World USA.

For more information and bookings, call Jackie McGuigan at 273-8214.


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