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Nov. 10: Club Cal-Neva, Reno.

Dec. 8: Club Cal-Neva, Reno.

For more information and reservations call Laura at 273-9641



Forest Springs

Nov. 5: Travel Club meeting, 2 p.m., Forest Springs Mobilehome Park clubhouse. Tour company rep will present many new trips for 2007.




Dec. 6: “Hello Dolly,” Sierra Repertory Theater, lunch included.

Jan. 20-27: Hawaiian Island Cruise. Book now for best cabin. Manny and Anne will escort this all Hawaii, no foreign port, two overnight stay, free style cruising on NCL Pride of America.

Feb. 19-21: The Dr. Phil Show. Be in the audience. Farmers Market, Kodak Theater, newly opened Griffith Part Observatory, and The Arboretum are also included.

March 8-9: Monterey. Carmel, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Mardi Gras Dinner.

March 22-29: Discover the French Riviera. Unpack once. Deposit due by Oct. 22 to guarantee your space on this tour.

April 24-May 1: Tucson. Pima Air & Space Museum, new Grand Canyon Overlook, Arizona/Sonora Desert Museum, Mission San Xavier Del Bac, tram through Sabino Canyon, Laughlin, more.

July 30-Aug.8: Yellowstone. Cody Rodeo and Western dinner, Grand Tetons, Jackson, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, National Museum of Wildlife Art, more.

Sept. 12-25: Australia and New Zealand. Exceptional price includes airfare from SFO.

Sept. 15-20: Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibit. Balboa Park and San Diego History Museum. Overnight at Rosarito Beach Hotel in Mexico, tour of nearby Fox Studios where Titanic was filmed, Midway Aircraft Carrier, Wm. S. Hart Ranch, and more.

For more information call Anne Miranda at 273-3494.

Nevada County

Nov. 8: Regular Luncheon Meeting at the Grass Valley United Methodist Church at 12:30 p.m. Reservations needed.

Nov. 9: “Sweet Charity,” Sacramento Community Musical Theater.

Dec. 1: “Andre’ Rieu Concert,” Arco Arena.

Jan. 4: “White Christmas,” Sacramento Community Musical Theater.

Feb. 5-12: “Barging Through America” from Port Isabel, Texas to Galveston, Texas/ Following the Route of Jean Lafitte.

Feb. 12-18: “Barging Through America” from Galveston, Texas to New Orleans, La. Following the Route of Jean Lafitte.

March 20-21: Train to Reno for overnight at the Eldorado Hotel/Casino. Show is “The Twelve Irish Tenors.”

April 23: “Canyonlands” for eight days. An exceptional trip to this beautiful part of our country.

May 18: Cruise on the American Queen for 7 days from New Orleans to New Orleans.

June 15: “Mackinac Island.” 10-day trip begins in Chicago, spends two nights at the world-famous Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, Visits Green Bay, Wis., Frankenmuth, Mich. and Charlevoix, Mich.

For more information call Jackie McGuigan at 273-8214.

Roadrunners

Nov. 12: Brigadoon, Carson City Community Theater.

Nov. 27-28: “Spirit of Christmas,” El Dorado in Reno.

Dec. 9: Singing Christmas Tree in Sacramento.

Dec. 29-Jan. 3: Rose Parade.

Jan. 5: Thunder Valley Casino

Jan. 6: Irving Berlin’s White Christmas at the Wells Fargo Pavilion in Sacramento, 2 p.m. matinee.

Jan. 16: Fabulous Folsom. Tours of Kikkoman Soy Sauce factory, Folsom Prison Museum, Gekkeikan Sake factory. No host lunch in old town Folsom with time to browse and shop.

Jan. 19: A Red Hat Day at Golden Gate Fields, includes transportation and gourmet lunch. All Red Hats are welcome.

Feb. 2: Cache Creek Casino.

Feb. 4: Beach Blanket Babylon

Feb. 21: Blackhawk Antique Car Museum

March 2: Colusa Casino

March 5-10: Laughlin

March 30-April 6: Mississippi River Cruise aboard the American Queen. Sail from Memphis to New Orleans with stops in Natchez, Vicksburg, Helena, Baton Rouge and more.

Sept. 18-29: Alaska Cruise aboard the Dawn Princess. Round-trip from San Francisco.

Oct. 4-16: Greek Islands, Italy, Mediterranean Cruise. Ports include Monaco, Florence, Naples, Pompeii, many Greek Islands.

For more information call Ronnie at 272-1830 or 205-6157, Hallie at 272-5467, or Lucille at 273-6776.


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