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The Roadrunners

June 27: Pizza meeting at Mountain Mike’s, 11:30 a.m.

July 14: Ice cream social at Condon Park. Bring a salad to share along with your own table service, club furnishes ice cream and all the toppings. Noon.



July 25: Pizza meeting at Mountain Mike’s, 11:30 a.m.

Aug. 4: Luau at Condon Park, noon.




Aug. 6: Dale Chihuly exhibit at the De Young in San Francisco. Hosted lunch at Beach Chalet restaurant.

Aug. 18: Six Flags Vallejo. Great price, bring the kids and grandkids.

Sept. 27-28: Candy Dance and Tahoe area fall foliage tour. Candy Dance is the largest craft show in Northern Nevada. Overnight at the Horizon Casino Resort at Stateline, then exploring the area to enjoy the fall colors.

Oct. 24: Apple Hill, includes morning snack and barbecue lunch at High Hill.

Nov. 16: “South Pacific” performed at the Carson City Community Theater.

Dec. 13: The Nutcracker performed by the Sacramento Ballet Co. at the Sacramento Community Center Theater. Matinee performance.

For more information or to sign up please call Ronnie at 272-1830 or 205-6157 or Hallie at 272-5467.

Roadrunners Travel Club Cruises

June 29 – July 9, The Baltic Sea cruise sails roundtrip from Copenhagen, Denmark.

Nov. 10 – 20, The Mexican Riviera cruise sails roundtrip from San Francisco.

To reserve now, please contact Lucille McCrea at 273-6776 or Susan Halperin Travel at 271-5555.

Happy Trails Travelers

July 11, Aug. 8: Trips to Reno Club Cal-Neva.

We’re a fun group. Trips are always on Friday, once a month.

Call Laura Argento at 273-9641 for information and reservations.

Nevada County Travel Club

July 9: Next regular luncheon meeting at the Grass Valley United Methodist Church, 236 So. Church Street.

July 10: “Sound of Music” at the Music Circus in Sacramento is ready to go. Can try for more tickets if interested.

Other Music Circus Shows this summer:

July 17: “Gypsy.”

July 31: “Swing.”

Aug. 7: “My Fair Lady.”

Aug. 14: “Evita.”

Sept. 10-17: “Along the Columbia River with Lewis and Clark.” A very special motorcoach tour, led and narrated by Todd Weber, renowned authority on the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

Call Jackie McGuigan at 273-8214 to book the above trips.

Our new Travel Director, Brenda Shilling, takes over after Sept. 17. Call 432-6362 for information and bookings.

Sept. 25: “Round the World in Eight Hours.” Includes Micke Grove Zoo in Lodi, lunch and tour in Locke.

Oct. 30-31: “Hallowed Memories” of Charles Schultz, Luther Burbank and Jack London.

Nov. 21: “Texas Holidays in Woodland.” Includes barbecue dinner, Woodland Opera House opening night of “Tuna Christmas.”

Dec. 4-8: “San Antonio Holidays.” Enjoy the holiday sights and sounds on the Riverwalk. Includes visit to the Alamo, Fredericksburg, Luckenbach, TexMex cooking demo, dude ranch dinner.

April 18-29: Mexican Colonial Jewels tour of Central Mexico.

May 14-15: Overnight to Murphys, Angels Camp and Columbia.

June 25-July 5: Bavaria, Germany and the World Famous “Passion Play,” which is performed every ten years.

49’er Travel Club

July 6: Travel Club meeting. 2 p.m., Forest Springs Mobilehome Park Clubhouse. Collette rep will show slides on Mexico’s Colonial Jewels tour. Refreshments and drawing.

June 24: Rosie the Riveter. World War II Home Front National Historical Park and tour of the SS Red Oak Victory.

July 14: Mothball Fleet. Aboard a yacht for first-hand look at the ships.

Aug. 30: River Cats Baseball. River Cats vs. Fresno, food, fireworks.

Sept. 11: Reno. Silver Legacy, $10 cash, $3 food.

Oct. 25: Cruising the Petaluma River. Old Town Petaluma, three hour cruise aboard the Delphinus with historian.

March 21-April 1, 2009: Mexico’s Colonial Jewels. Mexico City, Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende, Guadalajara, Morelia, seven UNESCO Heritage sites, and more. Spanish speaking escort. Airfare from Sacramento included.

For more information, contact Anne Miranda, 273-3494.


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