Travel Night Dates are only on Thursdays 7 to 9 PM:
Feb 13 Back to the Beginning. Williamsburg, James Town, York Town and the Berkeley Plantation. Have you seen where the English got started in the New World? It's a fascinating story of survival, and it was a close call. Pay a visit to the US cities where founders settled - with photos and discussion by Ed Martin.
Rita Baum organizes and leads a monthly event to herald travel by our members. Photos, slide shows, and presentations are made by individuals sharing their travel experiences and of course, answering question about their adventure as well.
Travel to Share? Email
or call her to reserve a date for your special travel night.
Travel Night Conditions: Limit 20 persons.
Attendance is by reservation
or call her to reserve a spot or if you have travel to share. Bring a beverage or
finger food to share with other guests. Donation's of 50 cents or more for the Sempervirens fund will be collected.
Travel Night Directions: Rinconada
Hills Club House, GPS 100
Avenida Del Sol, Los Gatos,
Traveling South on Hwy 85,
bear left on exit ramp and exit
on L Winchester. Turn L on Knowles (signal light).
Knowles curves R and becomes Pollard. Go past the Safeway Shopping Center on
the left. After the More Ave
signal light intersection, turn Left at first turn
out lane into Avenida del Sol. (Rinconada Hills sign
at entry.) Traveling North
on Hwy into 85, exit right on Saratoga Ave. Right on
Cox (signal light), right on Quito, left on Pollard
(signal light), right into Avenida
del Sol (Rinconada
Hills sign at entry, NOT Arroya Rinconada).
you arrive, give your name to the
guard & tell him/her you are
attending the Sierra Club travel program. (The
should admit only persons
whose names appear
on the Travel Night
guest list given to
the Security Guard
by Rita.) The meeting place clubhouse is straight ahead after the security
gate. Park on the clubhouse side of the
street or in the parking lot to the left of the clubhouse.
The Sierra Singleaires has 250+ active adult members. We are an Activity Section of the Loma Prieta Chapter of the Sierra Club. Our regular scheduled hiking activities are Sunday hikes followed by a potluck. We do mule trips in the Sierras and go backpacking and camping in the California Sierras. We enjoy other special activities, such as trips to Banff,
BC, Point Reyes, winter hiking in the California Sierras, and some of our members organize hiking trips in Europe.
All of our activities are led by leaders certified in both First Aid and leading activities. For more information on the Singleaires and our activities, contactPatricia Hughes or email our membership