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Forest Springs Travel Club

April 26-May 10: East Coast Cruise and Tour. Airfare, one- night hotel in New York City, tour of Lower Manhattan. Eight ports of call as far north as Halifax, Nova Scotia and Saint John, New Brunswick, and as far south as Charleston, S.C. Deadline: Jan. 27.

May 12-16: Branson Musical Getaway.

May 15-24: Canadian Rockies Train Tour with Victoria.

June 19: Mystery trip.

For information, contact Anne Miranda, 273-3494 or email

Gad-a-bouts Travel Club

Feb. 11: Rolling Hills Casino near Corning. Depart from Nevada County Fairgrounds, Gate 4, at 8 a.m. Fare includes slot machine play.

May 4: Glory of the Chesapeake tour featuring five nights an Annapolis, Md., visits to the U.S. Capitol, Supreme Court and much more, including a Chesapeake Bay Cruise.

For more information, call the Senior Center Rambling Gad-A-Bouts at 273-4961.

Sierra Travelers

“Over the Hill Gang”

Jan. 30-31: Amtrak to Reno. Overnight at the Reno Hilton plus bonuses.

Feb. 14: Valentine party bus to the El Dorado in Reno plus cash back.

March 7: Reno – Silver Legacy plus cash back and food credit.

March 9: Golden Gate Fields. A day at the horse races.

March 17: St. Patrick’s Day at North Shore and Boomtown plus cash back.

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

Nevada County

Travel Club

Feb. 20: COPIA in Napa Valley for a tour of the new Center for Wine, Food and the Arts. We will enjoy a wonderful gourmet luncheon before touring the extensive property and displays at the new center.

March 16-18: Mystery trip to the San Luis Obispo area, including Hearst Castle. Must be able to climb the many steps to the castle.

March 20: “Saturday Night Fever” at the Sacramento Community Theater.

March 23-30: Mississippi Queen cruise from Memphis to New Orleans. Great prices on this great Spring Pilgrimage Cruise.

For more information, call Jackie McGuigan, 273-8214.

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