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Travel club briefs 11/3/07

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Nov. 4: Travel club meeting. Topic: How to Read an Itinerary. 2 p.m., Forest Springs Mobile Home Park.

Jan. 13-14: Teatro ZinZanni, San Francisco, show, five-course dinner, accommodations, 170-store Westfield Shopping Center, Sausalito free time. Call for description of the show. Deadline: Nov. 13.



Nevada County Travel Club

Nov. 14: Next regular luncheon meeting at the Grass Valley United Methodist Church, 236 S. Church Street, 12:30 p.m. Reservations are necessary and may be made by calling Fran at 272-9047 if you are not already on a calling list. The program will be a film on Alaska, plus travel club elections.




Dec. 2-7: Old Fashioned Christmas visits Philadelphia; the beautiful Brandywine Valley and the Brandywine River Museum; Longwood Gardens at its very loveliest Christmas best; the National Christmas Center; Amish farmlands, with a meal with an Amish family, shopping at Amish craft shops, dinner and show at the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, Winterthur, and much more! Now being finalized.

Call Jackie McGuigan at 273-8214 for more information and bookings.

Roadrunners

Nov. 11: “Guys and Dolls” at the Carson City Community Theater. This theater company does great performances at a very fair price. 7:30 a.m. Park & Ride, 8 a.m. SPD.

Nov. 12: Thanksgiving Potluck at Vet’s Bldg. Club furnishes turkey, A-H bring salad/veggie, I-P bring dessert, R-Z potatoes or other side dish. Don’t forget your own table service. Speaker today from Collette Tours re: Canada Rocky Mountaineer train trip.

Dec. 7: The Great Dickens Christmas Faire at the Cow Palace in SF. Continuous performances on five stages, one-of-a-kind gifts, arts and crafts, fine art and jewelry. Food from all around the world.

For more information or to sign up, call: Ronnie at 272-1830 or 205-6157 or Hallie at 272-5467.


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