April 8: Gambling trip to Silver Legacy in Reno. $10 cash back, $5 food credit.
April 23-May 11: Cruise on the new Sapphire Princess. Ports of call include Nagasaki, Japan, South Korea, Vladivostok, Muroran (Japan), Dutch Harbor, Alaska, cruising College Fjord and Glacier Bay with stop in Juneau.
May 6: Gambling trip to Silver Legacy in Reno. $10 cash back, $5 food credit.
May 14: Beauty & the Beast, Carson City Community Theater.
June 10: Gambling trip to Silver Legacy in Reno. $10 cash back, $5 food credit.
June 17: Wonderful Fun Day on the River. River cruise on the Spirit of Sacramento.
June 21-23: Yosemite National Park. One night at Mammoth Creek Inn, one night at Yosemite, tram to Glacier Point, lunch at Hilmar Cheese Factory.
July 14: UC (Berkeley) Botanical Gardens, Oakland Museum, Jack London Square.
Sept. 26-Oct. 7: Southwest and Albuquerque Balloon Festival. Zion, Bryce, Sedona, dinner cruise on Lake Powell, Mesa Verde, Monument Valley, Sodona, Laughlin, and much, much more.
Oct. 30-Nov. 5: Branson.
For more information call Lucille at 273-6776 or Ronnie at 205-6157.
Nevada County Travel Club
March 23: St. Patrick’s Celebration Mystery Trip. Leaves at 8 A.M. and returns in the evening. A great luncheon is included which also involves a wonderful view. Some walking, but not strenuous. Must book this right away.
April l-8: “Capitals and Seaports of the Mid-Atlantic.” This trip is on a space available basis, but we are taking a waitlist.
April 19: “Napa Valley Wine Train” Waitlist only.
May 12: “The Lion King” Waitlist only.
June 22: “Big Springs Gardens.” If you’re looking for a beautiful and inspirational place to visit and to enjoy an outstanding luncheon buffet in the Sierra, this one’s for you. On the other hand, if you’re depressed and over-stressed about the way the world is going for you, then you definitely need to go on this one!
July 14: “Beauty and the Beast” at the Music Circus in Sacramento.
July 2l: “Westside Story” at the Music Circus in Sacramento.
August 5-25: “Scotland and Ireland” for the trip of a lifetime! We need to get this one booked very soon.
October 19-26: “Barging Thru America” from Cincinnati through the Kentucky Horse Country and the beautiful Ohio River Valley. This is a wonderful way to see America. Very informal, wonderful scenery, nightly entertainment, great food, all-inclusive. No tipping. Get on it!
Call Jackie Mcguigan at 273-8214 for information and bookings.
Forest Springs Travel Club
April 24-26: Monterey. Wild Things, Elk Horn Slough Safari, Monterey Bay Aquarium, and more
June 19: “Menopause the Musical.” Date change. Includes lunch at Dante’s, Pier 39
June 20: Yuba Scenic Byway. Downieville, Truckee, docent, picnic lunch, and more
July 8-15: New England
July 17-19: Mendocino Coast. Botanical Gardens, Fort Ross, Korbel winery, Mac Kerricher State Park, and more
July 30: “Menopause the Musical” for Red Hats. Includes lunch at Dante’s, Pier 39
Aug. 27: Bodega Bay Seafood, Art & Wine Festival
Sept. 24: USS Potomac. Breakfast, Jack London Square, Pedrick fruit stand
Nov. 6: Debbie Reynolds at the Nugget
Nov. 7-14: New Orleans and Mississippi River Cruise, free shuttle to Sacramento airport.
For more information call Anne Miranda at 273-3494 or e-mail email@example.com.
Gold Country Gad-Abouts Travel Club
March 15: Boomtown – $10 cash back and buffet Ð A fun day for only $8.
March 30: Travel Club meeting 9:30 in the Lounge
April 19: Tour of Jelly Belly Factory & Budweiser Brewery
May 21-28: South Dakota Black Hills, Badlands, & Deadwood
July 14-22: Canada’s Atlantic Coast Ð Catch, cook and crack your own lobster.
Aug. 16-31: Anchorage, Alaska Ð Cruise the Inside Passage
Sept. 26: Six day Branson Musical Getaway Ð Very Popular Tour!!!
Oct. 28: Panama Canal Ð Fly to Houston, Texas and visit the Space Center before you begin a 12 night cruise aboard Celebrity’s Galaxy. You will journey thru deep green jungles with fantastic landscape and spend a day exploring San Jose, Costa Rica’s capital.
Dec. 1: New York City Holiday Ð Experience the best of New York in centrally located Manhattan. Includes two Broadway shows and the Rockettes
For more information call the Community/Senior Center Travel Desk at 273-4961 or goldcountrycenter.org
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After two consecutive dry winters, Tahoe’s lake level is sitting a little over 1.5 feet above its natural rim — a threshold the alpine lake is forecasted to drop below in the next three months.