March

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Mamma Mia!

Sat, March 3rd

Sierra Repertory Theatre opens its 2018 season with this smash musical. The hilarious story tells of a teen’s search for her birth father on a Greek island paradise. The story will have you laughing and ABBA’s hit
songs will make you want to dance in the theater aisles! Lunch is included at the City Hotel in Columbia prior to the 2pm matinee.

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A Day at the Races

Thu, March 22nd

Our always popular Day at the Races includes a sumptuous buffet lunch and seating in the enclosed Turf Club at Golden Gate Fields by beautiful San Francisco Bay in Berkeley. Enjoy the races with betting windows nearby and television monitors throughout the dining room.

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April

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San Francisco Flower & Garden Show

Thu, April 5th

Welcome Spring with a visit to the annual San Francisco Flower and Garden Show. After 10 years, the show is going back to the historic Cow Palace in San Francisco with the theme “Return to Paradise.” Enjoy a day strolling through garden landscapes, sitting in on seminars and demonstrations by master gardeners, and a vast marketplace of
unique items to inspire your own gardening adventures and outdoor pleasures. Lunch is on your own with a variety of onsite food booths available.

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Million Dollar Quartet

Sat, April 14th

Based on an actual event, this show recounts a night in 1956 when Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash participated in a star-studded jam session. If you love the music these
songwriting legends produced, you can bet you’ll be singing along! Lunch is included at the City Hotel prior to the 2pm matinee.

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A Day Out in San Francisco

Sun, April 15th Sold Out / Waitlist

Enjoy a ride to The City for a day of shopping, lunch or just looking around! The coach will drop you at Pier 39/ Fishermens Wharf and Union Square.

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San Francisco Cherry Blossom Festival

Sun, April 15th Sold Out / Waitlist

The Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival will be celebrating its 51st year in 2018! It is one of California’s most prominent celebrations of Asian traditions and the biggest on the West Coast. The festival
will be held in Japan town on Post Street between Laguna and Fillmore Streets. There will be food booths, cultural performances, martial arts demonstrations, live bands and more! You will have ample time to enjoy the festival and lunch on your own.

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Return to Copia

Tue, April 17th Sold Out / Waitlist

After several years of closure, this beautiful facility in downtown Napa has reopened to the delight of all who love food and dining. Enjoy a full day of culinary pleasures as we begin with a tour followed by a cooking
demonstration with tastings. Considered the premier cooking school in the USA, Copia is part of the prestigious Culinary Institute of America (C.I.A.). Following the tour and class, enjoy an included lunch in the dining room which features seasonally inspired dishes. There will be time after lunch to browse the gift shop of cookbooks, cookware, foods, and wines, along with Napa’s famous Oxbow Market adjacent to Copia before returning home. Truly a special day for anyone who enjoys cooking, eating, good food, and a fun day close to home.

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South Pacific

Sun, April 22nd

Our friends at Community Asian Theatre of the Sierra (CATS) bring us one of Rogers and Hammerstein’s most beloved musicals. Set in an island paradise during World War II, two parallel love stories are threatened by the dangers of prejudice and war. Nellie, a spunky nurse from Arkansas, falls in love with a mature French planter, Emile.
Meanwhile, the strapping Lt. Joe Cable denies himself the fulfillment of a future with an innocent Tonkinese girl with whom he’s fallen in love. Lunch is included at Tofanelli’s Restaurant in nearby Grass Valley prior to the 2pm matinee.

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Wayne Thiebaud in Davis

Wed, April 25th

Another nearby tour is a visit the new and architecturally stunning Manetti Shrem Museum at UC Davis for Wayne Thiebaud: 1958-1968. With more than 60 paintings, the exhibition is the first to explore this formative early period and emergence of Thiebaud as a mature artist with a singular style. Before our scheduled afternoon tour, enjoy included lunch at The Pheasant Club on our way to Davis.

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May

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The Color Purple

Sat, May 5th

Based on the Pulizer Prize winning novel, The Color Purple brings to the stage all the exhilaration and spirit of this prize winning story. This 2016 Tony Award winner for best Musical Revival tells the story of Celie and
takes place mostly in rural Georgia. The story focuses on the life of African-American women in the southern United States in the 1930s, addressing numerous issues that affected their lives. Despite obstacles,
Celie and her family still are able to find love and friendships all expressed through the spiritually rousing jazz, blues, gospel or ragtime music. Wednesday trips include a snack-sized box lunch, orchestra seating for the 2pm matinee, and dinner on your own at Pier 39 after the show. The Saturday trip includes lunch on your own in Union Square
before the 2pm matinee.

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Wed, May 9th
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Beach Blanket Babylon

Sun, May 6th

There’s nothing quite Beach Blanket Babylon. San Francisco’s longest-running staged comedy show pokes fun at everyone – politicians, celebrities and other folks in the public eye. The songs are hilarious, the
dancing wonderful, and the hats are really, really big! Reserved seats are upstairs (no elevator) in this historic theatre in the center balcony. Enjoy an included lunch at Trattoria Pinocchio.

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The Color Purple

Wed, May 9th

Based on the Pulizer Prize winning novel, The Color Purple brings to the stage all the exhilaration and spirit of this prize winning story. This 2016 Tony Award winner for best Musical Revival tells the story of Celie and
takes place mostly in rural Georgia. The story focuses on the life of African-American women in the southern United States in the 1930s, addressing numerous issues that affected their lives. Despite obstacles,
Celie and her family still are able to find love and friendships all expressed through the spiritually rousing jazz, blues, gospel or ragtime music. Wednesday trips include a snack-sized box lunch, orchestra seating for the 2pm matinee, and dinner on your own at Pier 39 after the show. The Saturday trip includes lunch on your own in Union Square
before the 2pm matinee.

Additional Departures
Sat, May 5th
Space Available
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