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Gad-Abouts Travel Club

July 7: Travel meeting, 11:15 a.m., Grass Valley Senior Center.

July 13: Day trip to Colusa Casino

Aug. 14: Rockies by rail. Nine days abroad a train, bus and riverboat.

Sept. 26: Arizona Grand Canyon. Six days.

Oct. 8: Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta. Six days.

Nov. 10: Branson Musical Extravaganza. Five days.

Dec. 9: Christmas in New York. Five days.

Dec. 29: San Antonio New Year’s tour. Six days.

For more information, call the Travel Desk at the Community Senior Center at 273-4961 or visit our Web site at

Forest Springs Travel Club

Aug. 28: River Cats Baseball

Sept. 11: Local winery tour, includes lunch

Sept. 26-28: Yosemite. Chukchansi Resort, more.

Oct. 2: Calaveras Grape Stomp and Street Faire

Nov. 7: Eldorado. Show and brunch.

Dec. 9-16: Beijing City Stay. Great Wall, Forbidden City, Peking Opera, Beijing Zoo, Rickshaw Tour. Hosted by Anne and Manny.

For more information call Anne Miranda, 273-3494 or e-mail

Nevada County Travel Club

Music Circus Dates:

July 22: “The Fantasticks”

July 29: “Oklahoma”

Aug. 19: “Scarlet Pimpernel”

Aug. 26: “Jesus Christ, Superstar”

Sept. 14-22: Barging on the Cumberland, Ohio and Mississippi Rivers from Nashville to St. Louis.

Oct. 11-19: Copper Canyon in Mexico’s rugged mountains. Airfare from Sacramento to Tucson and El Paso to Sacramento is included in price. Travel with Collette Tours. Deposit now due.

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

Sierra Travelers

July 21: “The Joffrey Ballet” at the Reno Hilton

Sept. 27-Oct. 8: “Southwest Dreamcatcher.” Includes six national parks, plus the Albuquerque Balloon Festival.

Oct. 17: “The Sound of Music” at the Carson Valley Community Theater.

Nov. 1-7: Branson. Beautiful Christmas shows.

For more information, call David at 477-2747 or Lucille at 273-6776.

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