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Forest Springs

April 7: “Broadway” Show at the Eldorado. Matinee, lunch buffet. Deadline March 1.

May 1-6: Ramona Pageant, Hollywood. Deadline March 1.



For more information, call Anne Miranda, 273-3494 or e-mail fstravelclub@jps.net.




Gad-Abouts

March 17: Feather Falls in Oroville. $10 cash back.

May 7: Nine days in the Great Lakes of Michigan – Tulip Festival, and Mackinac Island.

May 7: 10-day musical tour – Branson, Memphis, Nashville, Graceland and St. Louis.

August and July: Visit Washington, Idaho and Montana. Enjoy the breathtaking views aboard a 1950s streamliner train. See magnificent scenery by motorcoach and journey by river boat on the Missouri River.

For more information, call the Travel Desk at the Community Senior Center at 273-4961.

Nevada County

March 23-25: Three-day, two-night Mystery Trip to San Francisco, includes the Ano Nuevo State Reserve to see elephant seals at their mating games.

April 25: Asparagus Festival in Stockton

May 28: Sacramento Jazz Festival

June 11-16: Five-night trip to Oregon and Washington, includes the Portland Rose Festival, Mt. St. Helen’s, Evergreen Aviation Museum, Resort at the Mountain in the Mt. Hood area, Lunch at the famous Timberlake Lodge on Mt. Hood, and spectacular scenery.

Call Jackie McGuigan at 273-82l4 for information and bookings. Ask for a newsletter.

Sierra Travelers “Over the Hill Gang”

March 7: Golden Gate Fields – A day at the track.

March 17: Colusa – Luck of the Irish at the Casino, $10-cash back, $3-food credit.

March 26-April 1: Southern California – Palm Springs Follies, Buck Owens, plus more.

April 16: San Francisco – California Culinary Academy for a gourmet buffet lunch.

For more information, call Lucille at 273Ð6776, Vonda at 477Ð2363 or David at 477-2747.


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