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May 26th 

Departure time 7:50am from Union Station in private car, Silver Slendor.  You will be served breakfast while you travel to Santa Barbara.  At 11:30am you will board the Land Shark to tour harbor. Your return trip will be at 4:37 which includes dinner.

RSVP to Cindy Swan by January 12, 2018

Cost $189.00

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Seats for this event filling up faster. I cannot hold a reservation without a check. Checks sent now, will be cashed 1st week in Feb.

Santa Barbara
Surf & Turf land and sea
May 26, 2018
$189 per person

Make checks payable to:
Lucinda Swan
512 Fordham Dr.
Placentia, CA 92870

LA Rail and the Caestecker family invite you to a truly unique Santa Barbara land and sea experience featuring one of the city’s newest aquatic attractions – The Land Shark! Boarding this bus for a tour of the city, you continue your ride into the harbor, as the bus turns into an amphibian boat. With transportation to Santa Barbara in style aboard a luxurious example of the great Art Deco period of the 1930s – 50s (seats 60), our day starts with our 7:50 a.m. departure from L.A. Union Station aboard the private railcar, Silver Splendor. As we snake our way through the San Fernando Valley and Santa Susana Pass, sip on Champagne Mimosas and enjoy a breakfast buffet on the beautiful Vista Dome-diner-lounge. Valley views will become ocean vistas soon after Oxnard and our arrival in Santa Barbara will be approximately 10:30 a.m. Upon leaving the train, it is time for a leisurely stroll to the waterfront to explore historic Stearns Wharf. Wander into the many shops and eateries or visit the Ty Warner Sea Center ($8.00 admission) for a hands-on look into the multi-faceted marine life of the area. But don’t tarry too long. The Shark awaits!
At 11:30, we’ll meet back down at the foot of the Wharf, just west of the dolphin fountain facing Cabrillo Blvd. This is where we will board the Land Shark. Your ticket is included and paid for by LA Rail. The tour lasts about 90 minutes and will include an hour of land-bound historic landmarks, important attractions, and homes of the rich and famous. After that, the Shark plunges into the cool harbor waters for a look at the commercial fishing fleet, luxurious private yachts and, very often, the marine mammals that also call the harbor home. For a look at the Land Shark, visit
After our tour returns to the foot of Stearns Wharf, you’ll have most of the rest of the afternoon to explore waterfront restaurants or the many wine-tasting rooms of The Funk Zone, just east of the train station. Our return trip leaves Santa Barbara at 4:37 p.m. and we will serve a three-course dinner, complete with beer and wine, on your way back to L.A.

June 24th Wenches go Wild and Grandma Too

Pirate's Dinner Adventure, 7600 Beach Blvd, Buena Park

3:30 Matinee Check-in time 1:30

$37 per adult $27 per child

dinner show please bring your granddaughters/or daughters

hostesses:  Denise and Yolanda

money and RSVP due to Denise by June 8th

Game Day July 14th

Hostess:  Pat Bowen

Frantone's Restaurant at noon, 10808 Alondra Blvd., Cerritos

Cost $22 money and RSVP due July 6th

Lunch and games

Limit 35 people