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Travel Clubs

Forest Springs

Travel Club

June 10: Beauty Ranch and Benziger Winery. Docent tour of Jack London’s home. Winery tram tour and wine tasting, peacock aviary, box lunch included. Deadline May 15.

Aug. 22: New Charles M. Schultz Museum. Tours of Mrs. Grossman’s sticker factory and Canine Companions for Independence. Picnic lunch included.

Sept. 7: “My Way” tribute to Frank Sinatra at the Sierra Repertory Theatre in Sonora. Lunch at Jamestown included.

Oct. 16-28: October festivals in Mexico’s Colonial cities. National Folklore Ballet Show, Classical Music Mariachi Concert, Cervantes Festival, craft centers, garden, tequila factory, silver mine tours and much more. Cities include Guadalajara, Morelia, Queretaro, San Miguel de Allende and Guanajuato. Twenty-four meals, four star hotel accommodations, round trip air fare. Deposit due June 1, balance due Aug. 1.

For information, contact Anne Miranda, 273-3494, or e-mail

Nevada County Travel Club

May 10-13: San Juan islands in Washington state.

May 18: Sunset Magazine’s “Best of the West” celebration in Menlo Park. Still room on this one-day trip.

June 6: “Phantom of the Opera” at the Sacramento Community Center. Taking a waiting list now on this show.

June 21: San Francisco’s Pier 39, plus Sausalito: Need to know right away if we need to put on a second bus.

June 24-26: Monterey, Bonfante Gardens and Theme Park, and the National Steinbeck Center. Also includes the Monterey Aquarium. Lodgings for two nights, and one dinner out.

Sept. 15: A super mystery trip that will be filling up fast. Deposits now due.

Oct. 12-24: Rocky Mountaineer Trip to the Canadian Rockies. Deluxe accommodations at the Chateau Lake Louise, Jasper Park Lodge, and in Banff. Also includes a three-day “senior getaway” in Jasper Park Lodge.

For information, call Jackie McGuigan at 273-8214.

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