Join in the fun as we create hand-stamped Valentines to send to friends and family. All necessary materials will be provided for this fun-filled craft event. Contact: Mary Sternad.
Join your UFC friends for a fun, fact-filled afternoon of trivia with local quizmaster Julia Walker. We'll enjoy some light refreshments while testing our knowledge in categories such as history, geography, film, music, books, and more. Contact: Elysa Hillis.
Walk through the California State Railway Museum and see an amazing number of exhibits, including locomotives, toy trains, historic documents, and a gallery dedicated to the Golden Spike that connected the nation from East to West. The event will be followed by an optional lunch at an Old Sacramento restaurant. Contact: Maria Lago or Hope Thompson.
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Learn to make pizza or calzone, and then eat your creation. The chef will guide us through the steps to make our own creative goodies. Contact: Pat Stromberg or Lea Rosenberg.
This continues to be one our members' best-loved programs. Share favorite books that you read last year. There will be a table for a book exchange, so bring books that your are willing to pass on to a new home. Contact: Karen Cook.
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Tour The HIVE, a family-owned business that bottles and ships varietal honey. Taste and learn about varietal honeys and mead, then sit outside under a covered patio and enjoy a lunch catered by Z Specialty Foods. Contact Kathy Greenhalgh or Elysa Hillis.
New date: Join a docent-led tour to learn the history and behind-the-scenes activities of the Woodland Opera House. It is part of the California State Parks system, but totally self-supporting, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. You may want to have lunch in a downtown restaurant before the tour. Contact: Debbie Roberts.
A fun and informative behind the scenes tour of the institute, including a visit to the sensory theater and general information about current research and learning. This tour is limited to 25 people. Contact: Maria Lago or Hope Thompson
Enjoy shopping, strolling, sightseeing and springtime in Sausalito. This is a totally on your own day. Comfortable walking shoes are a must. The bus will depart at 8:45 a.m and return to Davis by 5:30 p.m. Contact: Mary Ann Doerzbacher.
New program: We've added a program for 2023. Cobram Estate Olive Oil has olive groves in Australia and in Woodland. There will be a tour of the Woodland facility and a tasting of five olive oils. This event is limited to 20 participants. Contact: Judy Howard.
Spend an afternoon with Director Javier Fernandez-Salvador learning about the UC Davis Olive Center. Carpool to the Wolfskill Experimental Orchard and Super High Olive Orchard in Winters for a tour and lecture, then return to UC Davis for a tasting and food pairing. Contact: Jan Bower.
Diane Power Zimmerman grew up immersed in a family business called Nut Tree. She will tell a story of a unique 20th-century business from her latest book, where she chronicles the 75-year history of the business. Contact: Kalli Louis.
Enjoy learning about the life of the hop at the Ruhstaller Farm Tour. We will hear about the process of growing hops, harvesting, farm practices, bottling, and more on our tour. We will sample beer during the tour and a food truck will be onsite for individual purchases after the tour. Contact: Phyllis Baecker or Andrea Forrest.
Lori and Kelli of Neatworks will join us to present their work in business and home organization. Their business mission is to help people make the time and space for what matters. It's time for spring cleaning, so let's get started. Contact: Pat Stromberg or Kathy Greenhalgh.
This self-guided tour takes you through Sutter's Fort where knowledgeable docents can answer your questions. There will be an optional lunch following the tour. This event is limited to 15 people. Contact: Maria Lago or Hope Thompson
We will learn the history and culture of the town of Locke on a docent-led walking tour. There will be a no-host lunch at Al's Place in Locke following the tour. Contact: Phyllis Baecker or Sally Nishida.
The Spring Luncheon has always been a highlight of the year. It's a time to come together and celebrate all the programs and friendships developed over the previous year. We welcome all members, but especially encourage newcomers to share in this special event. Contact: Jan Bower or Kalli Louis
Join all of your Newcomers friends and their plus-ones as we bring the year to a close, reminisce about past activities, and talk about plans for the summer and the coming year. Contact: Maria Lago or Hope Thompson.
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