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Tuesday-Feb. 14: “Winter Getaway” in Florida – Visit Disney World, Kennedy Space Center, Key West and much more.



Feb. 14: Feather Falls Casino.




March 2-9: Cruise the Mexican Riviera on the Sea Princess to Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan.

March 15: Jackson Rancheria.

March 17: A day at the races – Golden Gate Fields.

March 19-28: Dreamcatcher 2002 – Southern California and Arizona. Includes Crystal Cathedral for “The Glory of Easter,” Palm Springs Follies, Sedona, Grand Canyon, Death Valley and more.

April 16-17: Overnight in Reno at the Reno Hilton to see the Lawrence Welk Show.

April 20-21: Cherry Blossom Festival in San Francisco, visit the Presidio and more.

May 2: Baseball – See the River Cats vs. Salt Lake City. Great seats.

May 6-7: Fort Bragg to see the Botanical Gardens and more, plus ride the Skunk Train to Willits before leaving for home.

May 29: Big Springs Garden Tour and more.

June 1-8: Cruise the scenic Columbia and Snake rivers on the Queen of the West stern-wheeler for seven nights.

June 6: “Phantom of the Opera” at the Sacramento Community Theatre.

June 19-26: 8-day Alaskan Cruise on Carnival’s “Spirit,” Vancouver to Anchorage. See Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, Hubbard Glacier, Sitka, Valdez and more.

July 7-20: Yellowstone Glacier Park, Mount Rushmore and much more.

Aug. 8: San Francisco Giants vs. Chicago Cubs. Great seats.

Aug. 10: “My Way” – A tribute to Frank Sinatra at the Sonora Theatre.

Aug. 21-22: Hearst Castle and Carmel.

Sept. 29: Tall Ship sailing aboard the Hawaiian Chieftain at Sausalito and more.

First Fridays: A bus goes to the Flamingo Hilton and Nugget in Reno; periodic trips to Boomtown.

For information, call Lucille at 273-6776, Vonda at 477-2363 or Joyce at 272-8213.


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