Upcoming Socials

    • Sun, October 01, 2023
    • 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Huntington Beach
    • 4

    Pool & Pizza Party!

    OCT 1, 2023!

    Sunday Funday!

    2023 Monkey Pool Party & Pizza!

    Sunday 2 pm – 6 pm. 

    This party will have a Registration Fee of $10 for all members.

    Bring a guest for $20.  Better yet, have them join as a member to take advantage to pricing discounts for this and future events!

    We have a limited capacity of 35 for this event.

    The Pool Parties reach full capacity so if you intend to go, sign up NOW!

    All members must register individually and pay the event registration fee. Once all of the requirements are met, you will be furnished the event address 3 days prior to the event.

    This pool party will be at a member's home in Huntington Beach. 

    The address will be included in the e-mail reminder and is close to Beach Blvd exit off the 405 in Huntington Beach.


    A variety of Pizza's will be provided along with vegan pizza too.

    We'll also provide a variety of soft drinks and bottled water.

    Adult beverages are BYOB!  

    Sunday October 1:

    • 2:00 pm - Welcome! Arrival Time (Pool, Drinks & Make Merry!)
    • 3:30 pm - Eat to your hearts content.  Drink & Make More Merry!

    Bunch of Monkey's with JD shots @ previous OCLB pool party.

    What to Bring: Towel, swimsuit, suntan lotion, folding chair, flip-flops.



    DirectionsTo be provided via e-mail to those who register for this event.

    Helpers: We need TWO helper (man the grill, prep and assist in managing the pool party) -the helpers will have courtesy admission.

    Please email host Lance Whitmier via email:  


      Refunds - There are no refunds for this event. However, we do request that, if you are unable to attend, cancel your registration so someone on the wait list might be able to attend in your place.

      Questions/Contact and Registration Cancellations can be sent to:  


      Photos:  Before taking photos, please ask the subject if that's OK with them... Some may not want their handsome faces to be splashed all over the internet.

      • Mon, October 02, 2023
      • 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
      • AMC Orange 30 @ 20 City Blvd West, Suite E, Orange CA

      Movie Time!

      This Monday!

      Like Sci-Fi? 

      The Creator (2023) - Photo Gallery - IMDb

      AMC Orange 30

      (The Block of Orange)

      Monday Oct. 2nd 

      Matinee @ 12:30 PM

      The theater selected is the one with Dolby Cinema and

      AMC Signature Recliners.

       If interested you are responsible for your own purchases (tickets, snacks, parking and other possible expenses).

      The Creator - Movie


      Amidst a future war between the human race and the forces of artificial intelligence, Joshua, a hardened ex-special forces agent grieving the disappearance of his wife, is recruited to hunt down and kill the Creator, the elusive architect of advanced AI who has developed a mysterious weapon with the power to end the war… and mankind itself. Joshua and his team of elite operatives journey across enemy lines, into the dark heart of AI-occupied territory only to discover the world-ending weapon he's been instructed to destroy is an AI in the form of a young child.

      Rotten Tomatoes:

      Received a Tomato from Critics:  80% Rating

      Received (no rating) from Audience:  

      Movie has not been released as of this posting date.

      Go to the Rotten Tomatoes website for more information about this movie.


      The movie starts @ 12:30

      in Auditorium 15. 

      Trip Leader plans to be there @ noon.

      Getting to the Theater:


      Take advantage of technology and use your favorite map application if you are unfamiliar with the area.  Currently called The Outlets of Orange but was formerly called The Block of Orange, the AMC Theater is the centerpiece of this shopping area.   The Outlets of Orange.


      Free Parking as this is an open air shopping district.

      What to Bring:

      Happy Attitude and

      $ for Movie Ticket, Popcorn, Drink & Candy!

      Lance Whitmier will be the trip leader.

      He has purchased seat G13.  So you may want to consider purchasing a ticket(s) in that vicinity.

      Lance can be reached at:  


      Contact him for questions or if you need additional information.

      • Mon, October 02, 2023
      • 5:30 PM
      • Palm Springs

      Hike, bike, and day activities planning meeting.

      We will review the calendar for the next 2 or 3 months and schedule accordingly.

      Date: Monday, Oct 2, 5:30pm at members residence in Palm Springs with complimentary dinner (El Polo Loco buffet).

      Meeting address will be in registration confirmation email.

      If you are unable to attend, you may submit your hike, bike or other event and we will work to get them scheduled.

      Contact VP of Outings click here with your ideas and suggestions .

      • Tue, October 03, 2023
      • 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
      • Palm Springs, CA
      Join waitlist
      Pickleball Games

      This GOPS club event is intended for Great Outdoors members who are familiar with pickleball play and pickleball rules.  It is designed to be a fun event that will rotate players through groups of 4 for games. This is also a chance to meet and get to know other Great Outdoors members who enjoy playing pickleball.

      Like any sport there is a risk of injury that comes along with playing pickleball. To help reduce the risk of injury, please review the pickle ball safety tips at: https://usapickleball.org/play/health-safety


      • Pickleball will be played each Tuesday of the month.  There will be only one announcement/registration for all of the Tuesday games.  Register once if you want to play one, any, or all of the Tuesday games.  
      • These games are at condo association located in Palm Springs.
      • Registration for this event is limited to the first 16 that sign up. You can join our waitlist in case of a cancellation.
      • You must be a member.  You can join - click here.
      • This pickleball event is intended for members who have previously played. 
      • We will be playing on two pickleball courts in a condo association. 

      Location/Directions Directions to the courts will be provided to those that sign up.

      Cancel: If you cannot make a this event for which you have registered, please cancel as others may be on the waitlist. You may cancel directly from your profile settings or notify the event leader.

      Photos - click here to see some of our games.

      Event Leader: John Ryan - eMail:  click here.

      Weather Policy: Inclement weather cancels.

      Special COVID Requirements:  Following current California Safety Measures click here

      Health Problems/allergies  Discuss any medical concerns with the event leader that may affect your ability to play pickleball. 

      • Sat, October 07, 2023
      • 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
      • Griffith Park - LA Zoo free parking Lot
      • 19


      Great Outdoors Los Angeles


      Bicycle Ride in Griffith Park and Los Angeles River Bike Path

      We will meet at the Los Angeles Zoo free parking lot on Zoo Drive at 11:00 AM.  This trip has no hills and anticipated mileage is 15 miles round trip.  This is a fairly easy bike ride with great views of Glendale and the LA River along the way.  The half-way point is at the outdoor Bicycle Spoke Cafe in Frogtown (Elysian Valley) where we can stop for coffee or brunch at 12:30 PM or so. 

      Attendance to this event is open to ALL!

      Bring lots of water, sunscreen, and money for brunch break.  Riders are strongly encouraged to wear a helmet on all bike rides and inflate their tires to the correct pressure.  Please be prepared to address any breakdowns on your own.  Bring a spare inner tube, tire pump, repair kit, ability to call Lyft/Uber, etc.  The trip leader/group may not have the capacity to repair your bike.  Participants are also expected to bring their own first aid kit appropriate for the event.  Thanks for your understanding. 

      Trip Leader:  Michael Wickstrom email: President-LA@GreatOutdoors.org

      • Sat, October 07, 2023
      • 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
      • Rustic Theatre 54290 N Circle Dr, Idyllwild

      Celebrate Pride Under the Pines

      Join us at our booth for a fun Autumn day in the mountains. Last year was a huge success. Free admission for our volunteers.  To volunteer, select register and  choose the time slot(s) that you would like to be at the booth.

      You may register for more than one time period. You can also register without a specific time.

      Contact : Doug Wylie Email

      Here’s your chance to help spread the word about Great Outdoors Palm Springs, meet new friends and have some fun!   Google Map: Click Here 

      Programming / Events: click here: Idyllwild Pride Under the Pines

      Saturday October 7th.

      • 10:00 AM Booth set up
      • 12:00 PM Pride Under The Pines Kick-Off 

      • Sun, October 08, 2023
      • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
      • Huntington Beach
      • 9

      Urban Hike!

      South  Coast Plaza Area

      Tourism – South Coast Plaza

      Two Bridges Row

       OC Museum of Art 

      California Scenario-Noguchi Gardens

       Ruby's Diner 

      If there were a 'super easy' category, this urban hike fall into that category.  Since there is no such category, this hike is listed as 'easy'.

      A leisure Sunday morning stroll begins at the first floor center lobby of Apple South Coast Plaza (formally known as the Crystal Court) at 10 AM.

      Our journey starts by going to the top floor and crossing the Bridge of Gardens (pedestrian bridge -first bridge) to main South Coast Plaza.  We will venture through the mall area to the outside area of Claim Jumpers restaurant.  We will then traverse over The Unity Bridge (our second bridge) toward the OC Museum of Art.  Spending an hour at the Museum, we will then venture to the California Scenario-Noguchi Gardens.  Stopping for photo opportunities, we will then double back from to our starting point.  For those so inclined, we will have  lunch at Ruby's Diner.

      The Bridge of Gardens:

      South Coast Plaza (Costa Mesa) | SoCal Shopping Place

      OC Museum of Art:  

      Admission to OCMA is free.

      Along with its predecessor institution, the Newport Harbor Art Museum, OCMA has an established reputation as an innovative art museum with a history of actively discovering and engaging with living artists at pivotal points in their careers. Since its inception, OCMA’s commitment to artists and audiences has been at the core of its activities, presenting the voices and work of influential artists and creative thinkers through innovative and ground-breaking exhibitions and programs.

      In our new permanent home located on the Segerstrom Center for the Arts campus—designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Thom Mayne of Morphosis Studio—OCMA will continue to champion the transformative possibilities of art.

      Pritzker Prize-winning architect Thom Mayne is the founder of the influential studio Morphosis and co-founder of the prestigious Southern California Institute of Architecture. For more than 40 years, Morphosis has practiced at the intersection of architecture, urbanism, and design. With a team of more than 60 in Los Angeles, New York, Shanghai and Seoul, Morphosis focuses on rigorous research and innovation, prioritizing performance-driven design that is environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable.

      Since its inception, OCMA’s commitment to artists and audiences has been at the core of its activities, presenting the voices and work of influential artists and creative thinkers through innovative and ground-breaking exhibitions and programs. In our new permanent home on the Segerstrom Center for the Arts campus, OCMA will continue to champion the transformative possibilities of art. From new commissions, performances, immersive activities, workshops, film series, and exciting community happenings, OCMA’s program engages and sparks meaningful encounters with art and ideas.

      OCMA’s dynamic visual arts program features major thematic exhibitions, surveys of leading contemporary artists, new commissions, and first-ever solo museum shows.

      California Scenario-Noguchi Gardens

       Commissioned by the Segerstrom family in 1979 and completed in 1982, Isamu Noguchi’s California Scenario is recognized as one of the country’s preeminent sculpture gardens and the most vital publicly accessible outdoor sculpture oasis in Southern California. One of the artist’s most important public sculpture gardens, its design symbolizes various geographical characteristics of California, incorporating indigenous plants and materials.

      Six principal elements comprise California Scenario:  Forest Walk, Land Use, Desert Land, Water Source, Water Use and Energy Fountain. The centerpiece of the garden is The Spirit of the Lima Bean, a sculpture of dramatic portions, composed of 15 rust-colored granite rocks cut precisely to fit together. This sculpture was created in recognition of Henry T. Segerstrom’ s friendship with the artist, Isamu Noguchi, and the Segerstrom family’s contribution to the agricultural heritage of Southern California.

      Unity Bridge

      UNITY BRIDGE - Costa Mesa, California - Landmarks ...

      Unity Bridge connects South Coast Plaza and Town Center in Costa Mesa.

      We will wrap the urban hike with lunch at Ruby's Diner (optional and at your expense)!

      Meeting Place:  Referred to as Apple South Coast Plaza because it houses the Apple store.   

      If you have any doubts as to the location, CONTACT the Trip Leader. 

      Please be there by 10 AM so we can start on time!

      Sorry four legged furry friends won't be allowed in the museum!

      Here is the link to the map.  Meet in the first floor, center lobby area.

      The Center lobby area has the Sunglass Hut, Sur La Table and Tableau Kitchen and Bar (as well as the Ruby's Diner) located in the immediate vicinity.


      Trip Leader Lance Whitmier via email:  


        • Sun, October 08, 2023
        • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
        • Cathedral City, CA (Address to be provided once you have REGISTERED)
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        Join waitlist

        Greg Adkisson and Phil York have invited us all to the Pool/Swim Time and  Game Night on Sunday the 8th of October 2023 at their beautiful home in Cathedral City.

        NOTE: This event will have a maximum capacity of 30 people

        NOTE: Registration for this event will close on October 5th!

        Note: You must be a Great Outdoors Member to attend this event. Guests without prior membership and registration will NOT be allowed in. You cannot join at the door.


        5:00 PM to 6:00 PM - POOL-SPA TIME

        6:00 PM to 6:15 PM - SOCIAL PERIOD

        6:15 PM to 7:00 PM – POTLUCK DINNER 

        7:00 PM to 9:00 PM – GAME TIME

        WHAT TO BRING:

        1) Pool Time - Towel, chair and swimwear. Nudity is not permitted.

        2) Potluck Item for at least 2 people. GOPS will provide dessert.

        3) Your own beverage(s) Great Outdoors provides water and ice.

        4) Table Games you want to play  (Great Outdoors provides many games)

        NOTE:  Bring potluck dishes/snacks/etc. "ready to serve" in a serving bowl or dish, including any needed serving utensils.

        PLEASE DO NOT ask our hosts to provide access to their ovens or bowls, spoons, etc.

        Four volunteers are needed to help set up before the party. Volunteers get a free ride on the food!

        Our chapter is always looking for Game Night Hosts!

        Please call Jóse Ghilarducci at 760-774-8716 or email GameNightCoordinator-PS@greatoutdoors.org if you are interested in hosting Game Night.

        To view photos from our past game nights - click here.

        To view our Game Night guidelines click here.

        Great Outdoor encourages members to be vaccinated against COVID-19. This event will be primarily outdoors, and vaccination will not be required.

        Health Problems/allergies Discuss any medical concerns with the event leader if you wish.

        Thank you for participating in the Great Outdoors club!

        • Thu, October 12, 2023
        • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
        • El Torito Mexican Restaurant & Cantina 15042 Goldenwest Blvd.; Westminster, CA

        October Mixer

        Homoween: The Best LGBTQ Halloween Destinations

        Happy Hour Mixer


        Monthly Chapter Meeting!

        Thursday  September 14

        Come on get Happy!

        Start the weekend early!

        El Torito Mexican Restaurant & Cantina

        15042 Goldenwest Blvd.

        (The 405 Freeway & Goldenwest Blvd.)

        Westminster, CA 92683

        Join us for Happy Hour Mixer from 6 - 7 PM in the Cantina.

        Then the GO OCLB Board meeting will convene at 7 pm in the restaurant (along with ordering an optional meal) to conduct their monthly meeting.  

        Cantina Happy Hour is from 3 PM to 7 PM.  

        OCLB will have the fireplace room in the Cantina area beginning @ 6!

        El Torito's Happy Hour prices end at 7 PM!

        Schedule will be:

        6 PM - 7 PM:  Happy Hour in the Cantina!  

        All Members & Core Group can make introductions, snack, socialize, toss around ideas/suggestions and make merry!  Each person is responsible for their own beverage and snack ordering and payment.  Come and meet your board members and fellow outdoor enthusiasts in a relaxing atmosphere.


        7 PM:  Monthly Meeting!

        Core Group will begin their meeting where the various trip leaders will have a chance to highlight their recent and upcoming trips, and answer any questions. We will continue to focus on future activities of 2023 and how to further engage with our members.

        Any and all members are allowed and encouraged to attend and participate!  (Please be aware that only Core Group Members are allowed to vote during the Core Group meeting.). 

        3.  Meeting will adjourn upon completion of agenda!  Aiming for 8 PM.

        A few of the Core Group:  Lance, Rick, Frederick, Doug and Ray.

        If you have any questions please contact:

        Robert (Outreach) at:  Outreach-OCLB@GreatOutdoors.org

        Rick (VP of Outings) at: VPO-OCLB@GreatOutdoors.org


        Lance (President) at:  President-OCLB@GreatOutdoors.org

        • Sun, October 15, 2023
        • 6:45 AM - 6:00 PM
        • Los Angeles - San Bernardino

        7.8 miles of car-free streets connecting Echo Park, Chinatown, DTLA, Little Tokyo, Arts District, and Boyle Heights - including the new 6th Street Viaduct!


        The Great Outdoors group plans to depart from the San Bernardino Depot Metrolink Station at 1170 N. 3rd St, San Bernardino CA 92418 (not to be confused with the San Bernardino Downtown Station) to LA Union Station. You will need to bring your own bicycles, which are welcome on the train.

        Those wishing to carpool/caravan from Palm Springs should meet at Palm Springs PetSmart at Ramon/Crossley (Map) at 6:45 am for  7:00 am departure. If you want to rideshare and have extra space available on your bike rack or truck, you may so indicate when you register. Carpooling is encouraged and may be available if offered by driver. You are responsible for arranging you own transportation or ride share. Metro departs San Bernardino at 8:41am, arrives LA Union Station 10:22.

        You can also meet us  along the route. We will start at Civic Center/Grand Park station. We should be there by 11am  When you register you will receive the cell # of Scott and Dan. 

        There will be ample parking at the Station Depot.  hose planning to drive from Palm Springs to the San Bernardino Depot should bring vehicles capable of carrying bicycles.

        The Great Outdoors group plans to return from LA Union Station to the San Bernardino Depot on the 3:38 pm train, arriving at the San Bernardino Depot at 5:15 p.m.

        You are encouraged to download the Metrolink app to your smart phone containing all of its schedules.  Once registered, you can buy your electronic ticket ($10 all day for Metrolink and all downtown subways - you must purchase the ticket on Sunday).  The machines at the depot are notoriously user unfriendly.

        Other transportation options:

        You are, of course, free to drive all the way to Los Angeles, to take both an earlier departing train (dep. 6:41 am arr. 8:22 am) or later returning train (dep. 5:38 pm arr. 6:16 pm).  A meeting place in Los Angeles will be arranged for those departing earlier or later.

        What to Bring: Water, small day back, sun protection and helmet.

        Trip leaders :

        Dan Haueter: Email

        Scott Connelly: Email  

        Here are some things to know before you go:

        Attractions along the route: click here

        • CicLAvia is FREE!
        • CicLAvia lasts from 9am to 4pm.
        • CicLAvia closes streets to car traffic and opens them for people to walk, skate, bike, play, and explore parts of Los Angeles County.
        • CicLAvia is not a race! There's no starting point or finish line—begin where you like and enjoy the day your way.
        • CicLAvia website

        Hub Information

        Hubs are resting and meeting points along the route. Each hub has free basic bike repair, bike parking, an information booth, CicLAvia merchandise, free drinking water, and ADA-compliant restrooms. Some hubs include additional programming and activities. 

        Health Problems/allergies Advise trip leader of any medical or other issues that may affect your ability to complete this event.

          • Sun, October 15, 2023
          • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
          • Laguna Beach, CA

          Annual End of Summer Hike, BBQ, and Pool Party!

          GOSD will hold our annual end of summer hike and pool party in Laguna Beach again this year.  Join us for a morning hike followed by a BBQ and dip in the pool, GOSD will provide the food for this event.

          HIKE - Little Sycamore Canyon, Serrano Ridge, and West Canyon Loop

          Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 1 h 35 min to complete. This is a very popular area for birding, camping, and hiking, so you'll likely encounter other people while exploring. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime. You'll need to leave pups at home — dogs aren't allowed on this trail.

          Meeting time: 9:30 AM

          Location: Laguna Coast Wilderness, Little Sycamore Canyon Staging Area, Laguna Canyon Road at the 73 (north side), Laguna Beach, CA 92651

          Distance: 4.2 miles

          Rating: Moderate

          Park Brochure can be accessed here.

          Don't forget to bring a hat, sunscreen, and water along, as it will be warm in October!

          As with any outing, don't forget your 10 essentials!

          BBQ & POOL PARTY

          After the hike is over, approximately 12:00 PM, come over and cool off in the pool and enjoy some BBQ & drinks.

          Address: 159 Nyes Place, Laguna Beach, CA

          Phone: 949-394-9607 

          We look forward to seeing you there, if you have any questions, please contact Matthew Schreiner at matthew.schreiner@mac.com or 949.394.9607.

          • Sun, October 15, 2023
          • 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
          • 2837 Historic Decatur Rd, San Diego, CA 92106

          Liberty Station to North Harbor

          Sunday, October 15, 2023

          • 9:00 am Meet up at Liberty Station Parking lot (2837 Historic Decatur Rd, San Diego, CA 92106)
          • 9:30 am Start the Bike Ride
          • 11:30 Finish the Bike Ride

          Event Lead: Steven Stowe (619-309-5674)

          Join us Sunday, October 1, for a bike ride through Liberty Station, North Harbor and back In total, we’ll bike ride around 11.6 Miles, which will take us about 2 hours. There’ll be some elevation change, 200 Ft Total. The difficulty is moderate.

          There is a bathroom throughout the trail the whole way.

          We’ll meet at the Liberty Station Parking Lot in front of the Liberty Station Kayak Launch, by the parking lot, pictured below.  During the route, we will stop at a few photos op places to capture the memory and have some water breaks. 

          What to bring: 

          Please bring plenty of water, sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, make sure your tires are aired up, any snacks you may want, any medications you may need, and weather-appropriate clothing. 

          Hope you can join us!

          • Sun, October 15, 2023
          • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
          • Shakey's, 5170 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
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          Bring a Friend!
          Chapter meetings are now open to ALL MEMBERS


          • 2-3 pm: Socialize, Eat, Drink, Be Mary
          • 3-4 pm: Meeting
            • Recap of Recent Outings
            • Upcoming Events + Planning Brainstorm
            • Holiday Party Planning
            • Volunteer Opportunities


          Shakey's Pizza on Sunset 

          • Wed, October 18, 2023
          • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
          • 2030 Alameda Padre Serra, Santa Barbara, CA 93103
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          Riviera Business Park Quad

          2030 Alameda Padre Serra, Santa Barbara, CA 93103

          Wednesday, October 18, 2023

          6:00pm Core Group Meeting

          7:00pm Membership Social

          Join us in the fresh air and under the open sky at the picturesque outdoor courtyard/quad of the Riviera Business Park for our monthly meeting and social gathering. It's the perfect setting to connect with fellow nature enthusiasts.

          Feel free to bring your favorite beverages (BYOB), and to satisfy your appetite, we've got some delicious pizza on the menu. You can enjoy a slice or two for a small $5 donation (payable upon registration).

          We can't wait to extend a warm welcome to new friends and catch up with our cherished current members. We'll be talking about next year's trips and planning our annual Halloween party! Come on over and discover what your local Great Outdoors chapter has in store for you...

          • Thu, October 19, 2023
          • 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
          • Vacation Island, to the right (north) of the Paradise Point resort (previously called Pacific Princess resort)

          Monthly Multi-Group Bonfire & Potluck

          Date:  Thursday, Oct. 19, 2023

          Time:  5:30-9:00 pm

          Location:  Vacation Island, to the right (north) of the Paradise Point resort (previously called Pacific Princess resort)

          RSVP: None....Just show up!

          Event Cost:  Free (bring potluck stuff to share)

          Parking:   Easy.  Ample parking on site

          Join us for our Potluck Bonfires by the Bay!

          DESCRIPTION: Monthly bonfires on the 3rd Thursday of the month for the 2022 season through October.

          Bring a friend or cuddle buddy. Please also bring an entree or a side dish, and a beverage of your choice.(Alcohol is banned in Mission Bay Park). You can also help support this event by bringing a portable table, paper plates, cups, utensils, napkins or firewood, but CMG is making sure that's covered. 

          WHAT TO BRING:  
            1) Potluck item.  Remember, we CAN have too many desserts, but we can never have too many meal choices and sides.  If you have a dessert you're eager to bring, lovely! But if you're on the fence, maybe think dinner, not dessert.
            2) A beach chair if you'd like to sit. Bonus points if you bring a spare for others to use!
            3) A serving utensil if your dish needs one.

          DIRECTIONS: Take the 8 freeway west toward Mission Bay, exit onto Mission Bay Drive and make a right, then merge into the far left hand lane onto Ingraham Street, heading North, then make a left onto Vacation Rd as if you were heading into Paradise Point Resort (previously called Pacific Princess Resort), but then an immediate Right before entering the resort to get to the side parking lot. We’ll be on the left (West) side of parking lot by the rest rooms. (Note: we're on the WEST side of Ingraham St. Don't confuse this spot with a similar one on the east side of the street.)

          • Fri, October 20, 2023
          • 2:00 PM
          • Sun, October 22, 2023
          • 12:00 PM
          • Lake Perris State Recreation Area
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                 Lake Perris State Recreation Area   This year's theme:

           "HAWAIIAN LUAU"

          Our 45th Anniversary! Join us and celebrate our sapphire anniversary with a weekend of entertainment and a variety of activities including, hiking, biking, boating, swimming, museum visit, multimedia presentation - GO past and present, special activities, contests, raffle prizes, and campfire activities. 

          Our camp -"A sparkling jewel and a land of mystery..." Hidden among rock-studded hills, Lake Perris State Recreation Area’s 8,800 acres of broad valley are bounded on three sides by low ridges. The surrounding hills obscure the view of nearby cities. The San Bernardino, San Jacinto and Santa Rosa Mountains stand tall in the distance. We have dedicated tent only sites under large shade trees.  RV sites with hookups with a group gathering area in the middle.

          • Activities:
          • Bike trail circles the lake, 10 miles.
          • Hike Terri Peak - 5.5-mile loop, 958' or out and back 4 miles. Photo right:
          • Additional Hikes:  Click here.
          • Hot breakfast prepared by Chef Robert and sous-chefs.
          • Boat ride:  Check whiteboard
          • Chop! Chop! Each chapter can enter a team of two people to compete in our version of “Chopped.”  A large box of cooking ingredients is supplied, and the teams are instructed to prepare a specific item with a few guidelines.  The final product for each chapter is judged by a panel of 3.  All other conference participants become the audience for this totally entertaining event.  A prize and bragging rights will be bestowed upon the winning team.
          • Arts & Craft: Design and create a stepping stone for your garden or yard.  We will have all the supplies and everything you need to create something very special and personal.
          • ThemeHawaiian Luau -  Prizes to the best dressed participants.
          • Photo/video presentation - Contact your chapter VPO if you have a great photo to submit for the presentation.
          • Ya'i Heki' Regional Indian Museum: Native American history of the area and displays of the flora and fauna of the southern California bio-region

          Registration options include: Tents and RV’s. Tents will be in tent only sites. RV sites are located adjacent to the tent only sites, separated by a grassy area. We will have a group campfire located in a central spot. A few tents may be placed on RV site in an area away from the RVs if needed. Sites will be preassigned with site assignments and updated details in an email one week prior to the event. Registration is available to Great Outdoors members only. If not a member, you may join and purchase a membership - Click Here for Membership 

          Amenities for Tent and RV

          Campers: Every site has a picnic table and a fire ring with a grill. There are shade trees in the tent site areas. Water and restrooms with free hot showers is available. Up to three vehicles may be parked at any one campsite.

          Amenities for RVsThe RV sites have fresh water, electrical hook-ups and gray water drain.  RV dumping is available for $10.  Camping fees do not include using the dump station. RVs must be parked in provided space and may not protrude into roadway. Maximum length 31' but RVs up to 40' may be backed in with tail overhanging campsite. Roadway must be kept open and clear. Quiet hours 10pm - 6am.

          Non-Campers: Lodging can be found in nearby Moreno Valley 

          Pets: welcomed - leashed, controlled, picked up after, allowed on paved trails.

          What to Bring: 

          • Ten Essentials, camping/cooking gear, food, name tag.
          • Camp chair, warm/cool weather clothing, bicycle. 
          • Potluck item - main entrée, or side dish. GO will furnish desserts (our anniversary cake).
          • Appetizer to share for meet & greet ‘tea’ along with your favorite beverage.
          • Swim suit, towel, water shoes for swimming, boating or kayaking.
          • Cash for the raffle. If you would like to donate an item for the raffle, contact trip leader.
          • A bundle or two of non-oak firewood. Notice: Due to the threat of the goldspotted oak borer, no oak firewood will be allowed. Firewood may be purchased on site. 
          GOING GREEN!  Please bring your own plates, cups, mugs, eating utensils, napkins, paper towels, camp soap, etc.  There are water spigots located in the camp or in the nearby restroom for washing dishes.

          Schedule of Events:

          All members are encouraged and welcome to attend the business meetings.

          Check white board at camp for updates and details

          Sunrise 6:58 AM Sunset 6:09 PM

          Friday Oct 20

          • 2:00 pm  Check-in at the gate. Announce you are with Great Outdoors.
          • 2:30 pm Check in at site 282 for your welcome package.
          • 3:30 pm  Bike ride around the lake.
          • 5:00 pm  Meet and Greet. Bring appetizer to share. Bring your favorite beverage. Get your raffle tickets.
          • Dinner on your own.
          • 7:00 pm Multimedia media presentation highlighting the best of Great Outdoor experiences through the years from each chapter. Outdoor Experience program introduction
          • 8:00 pm Campfire

          Saturday Oct 21

          • 6:30 am  Coffee 
          • 8:00 am  Hot breakfasts prepared by Chef Robert and sous-chefs
          • 9:00 am  Hike and/or exploration* (Check whiteboard for updates)
          • 9:00 - 11 am  General Business meeting, Corp Board and elections**
                            Incoming Board Meeting***

          • 11:00 am Outdoor Experience Committee meeting****

          • 1:00 pm  All  VPO's trip planning - calendar meeting***
          • 1:30 pm Outdoor Experience Introduction - Meet trip and hike leaders for Q&A and learn about leadership opportunities. Join the team - acquire new skills, make a difference and feel good about yourself.
          • 3:00 pm Arts and Craft - Stepping Stones
          • 6:00 pm  POTLUCK Dinner - bring a dish to share. GO will provide all desserts. Wear your best Hawaiian outfit
          • 7:00 pm  Award Presentations; announcements
          • 7:30 pm  Chop Chop
          • 8:30 pm  Super Raffle drawing

          Sunday, Oct 22

          • 6:30 am  Coffee and continental breakfast
          • 9:00 am  Check whiteboard   
          • 12:00 pm  Check out

          * Attended by current Corp Board and Committee Chairs.
          ** Attended by outgoing Corp Board, Chapter Delegates, Committee Chairs. We elect a Corp. Chair, Secretary and Financial Officer. The Chair then appoints Committee Chairs.
          *** Attended by the newly elected Corp Board and Committee Chairs.
          **** Attended by VPOs of each Chapter and other interested parties.

          Directions:   The recreation area is located 11 miles south of Riverside via Highway 60 or I-215. Google map

          Climate and Elevation:  Average high/low: 82° / 52° ; Elevation 1595'

          Cancellation/Refund Policy:  Cancellations must be received by Oct. 5 to receive a refund minus a $10 service fee. 

          Payments:  Online payments only using credit cards. 

          Contact Trip Leaders Scott Connelly: Email Click Here or Richard Dachman Email Click Here


          What is the difference between a regular GO campout and a conference campout?

          Conference is held once every year in October (as required in the by-laws) where delegates from each of the five chapters and the Corp board come together to:

          • Nominate and elect a new Corp board for the upcoming year.
          • Vote and amend any by-law changes that may occur.
          • Schedule and coordinate the next year's camping trips.
          • Special awards and recognition will be presented.

          Who puts on the Conference?

          • Hosting conference is by one of the five chapters on a rotational basis.
          • This year is hosted by the Palm Springs Chapter
          • Next year will be hosted by the Los Angeles Chapter and so on.

          Do I need to attend any of these business meetings?

          • Only if you are a chapter delegate, a Corp committee chair or Corp board member; however, all are welcome to attend.

          Can I come to any of these meetings if I am not on the Corp board or a delegate?

          • Yes! We encourage anyone who is interested in how our organizational leadership works to come and observe our meetings!

          What if I am not part of the Corp board or a delegate, can I still attend the conference?

          • Yes! There will be other planned activities and events you can take part in.
          • This is a great opportunity to hang out and get acquainted with other GO members that you would not normally meet outside your chapter designated area!

          Can I attend the day activities without camping?

          • Yes, register for day use only.

          Any other questions? - contact Trip Leaders or Board Members 

          If you would like to know more about the history and founding of GO click here.

          Health Problems/allergies  Discuss any medical concerns with the trip leader that may affect your ability to complete this event. 

          • Fri, October 27, 2023
          • JR Saloon, Santa Barbara, CA

          SBVC - Halloween Party

          Friday, October 27, 2023

          SAVE THE DATE!

          ️Theme: "Queens of Darkness"

          Dress in your most regal and ghoulish attire, and let your inner monarch of the macabre reign supreme. A costume is not just recommended; it's absolutely required! For in this ethereal gathering, a grand contest shall unfold, pitting the most majestic, the eeriest, and the most captivatingly creepy against one another. Prizes fit for the spectral elite shall be bestowed upon the victors!

          Location: The secret lair, whose address will be revealed as we draw nearer to this spectral spectacle.

          What to bring: Your most splendid costume, of course! And don't forget to bring your preferred elixir for the evening, as well as a hauntingly delicious finger food as a tribute to the gathering. Fear not, for GO shall provide an array of bewitching light refreshments and an atmosphere that shall transport you to the very heart of the supernatural.

          Prepare for an enchanting evening of wicked revelry, where darkness and royalty converge in eerie harmony. Join us on the other side of reality, where magic and mystery reign supreme.

          For any inquiries, or if you dare to become more deeply entwined in our spectral affairs, please email our Mistress of Ceremonies.

          • Sat, October 28, 2023
          • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
          • Innovations Academy, 5454 Ruffin rd. San Diego C.A 92123

          Just in time for Halloween fright night, join your SDG outdoors gang INDOORS for a night of theatre at the Innovation Family Community Theatre's (IFCT) inaugural production of DRACULA! SDGO member and trip leader Steve Fitzgerald has landed the leading role as Professor Von Helsing, and he's gotten a great discount on tickets for us. Steve's returning to the stage for the first time in this millennium and having a blast with the rehearsals so far.

          IFCT is a 501c3 with a mission to bring theatre back to the masses. Fred and Natasha Smith have transformed the original Bram Stoker novel into the script for this fun and exciting new play. Critics are raving, "finally, a show that we can really sink our teeth into" :-)

          When: Saturday, October 28, 7 p.m. (doors and box office open at 6 p.m.)

          Where: Innovations Academy, 5454 Ruffin rd. San Diego C.A 92123 (in Kearny Mesa between the 52 Freeway and Clairemont Mesa Blvd.)

          Online Ticket Discounts: Order and purchase each ticket separately online at https://www.theifct.info/tickets/. Enter the appropriate code (below) and apply to each ticket when ordering (the codes will not work if you try to order and pay for multiple tickets at the same time). Note: you can click on a link to choose your own seat. There are 141 seats in the theatre in 3 sections. The discounts apply to all performances, in case you are unable to join us on 10/28 but would like to see the show.

          Those 65+ get the best deal - six bucks off the ticket price. With processing fee the net cost is just $7.30. Same for kids under 18 (with a different code). Those 18-65 are discounted three bucks off for a net price of $13.60.

          Discount Codes

          • Seniors 65+, enter: senior07
          • Adults 18-64, enter IFTC03
          • Kids under 18, enter IA2023

          • Sun, October 29, 2023
          • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
          • Desert Hot Springs

          Breakfast - Hike - Soak

          • Continental Breakfast
          • Hike: Big Morongo Canyon Preserve
          • Mineral Hot Springs Spa 
          8 AM to 9 AM start the morning at a GO member’s Desert Hot Springs home with Continental Breakfast that includes oatmeal, fresh fruit, Coachella Valley dates, Starbucks Coffee, and pastries from Canter’s Bakery on Fairfax.    

          9 AM - energized with breakfast, drive/carpool  minutes to the 

          Big Morongo Canyon Preserve. 

          Missed that trip to Vermont for Fall Foliage season last year? You can catch a very similar scene late October in our own backyard by joining this walk/hike.

          Located on Morongo Valley north of Desert Hot Springs, Big Morongo Canyon Preserve is well recognized as an important wildlife corridor that links the San Gorgonio Wilderness with the San Bernardino National Forest and Joshua Tree National Park.

          We will combine parts of three trails for an easy to moderate walk of about two to three miles that will include the marsh and riparian habitats and of course Fall Foliage. In addition to wildlife, the Preserve is an internationally-recognized birding site so consider bringing your binoculars. Preserve Education Rangers will join us to add their insight along the trail.

          After taking in the sites, we retrace our steps back to the trailhead and move onto Miracle Springs Resort & Spa for lunch at their indoor/outdoor Capri Restaurant and then “take the waters” in any of the 8 mineral pools of different temperatures. 

          You may skip the hike and meet us at the Spa Resort for lunch.

          Spa entry day pass (pay at front desk lobby):

          • Senior (Age 65+) – $15
          • Adults – $20 

          Make sure you go to the correct Spa resort. There are two adjacent resorts, go to the Miracle Springs Resort & Spa to the North of the other spa, address is: 10625 Palm Dr, Desert Hot Springs, CA (Our Holiday party location)

          Bring:   Swimsuit - Towel - Lock for locker

          Ten Essentials (click here), water, 1 or 2 liters recommended, snacks, sun protection, layered clothing , hiking poles may be helpful. Carry Emergency Contact Information (ICE). Sturdy hiking footwear with good tread and adequate drinking water are required. Inclement weather may cancel.

          Meeting location address will be sent in the confirmation email.

          Trip Leaders:

          Health Problems/allergies  Discuss any medical concerns with the hike leader that may affect your ability to complete the hike. 

          • Fri, November 03, 2023
          • 9:00 AM
          • Sun, November 05, 2023
          • 5:00 PM
          • Palm Springs


           Palm Springs Jump 'Everybody's  jumping  down in Palm Springs...'

          You are invited to experience one of the most popular free Pride events in Southern California and help promote your chapter at our All-Chapter Corporate booth at the Pride Festival.  More than just getting members together and joining forces, this GO Corporate sponsored event is also an opportunity to grow our memberships and show our community that we are here for their health, wellness, and camaraderie. Each chapter will be represented and able to make multiple contacts and invite new members to join. This is a three-day weekend with attendance of over 125,000.  

          Registration allows members to sign up for one or more shifts staffing our festival booth in downtown Palm Springs on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 4-5. All attendees are invited to a Friday afternoon welcome pool party and catered dinner at a member’s residence. 

          • Friday morning hikes at Coachella Valley Preserve: 9 am                            
          • Friday evening welcome pool party and dinner: 5 pm – 9 pm
          • Saturday Festival Marketplace and Entertainment: 11 am -11:30 pm
          • Sunday morning parade down Palm Canyon Drive: 10 am
          • Sunday afternoon Festival Marketplace and Entertainment: 10 am - 4 pm

          Bring your Great Outdoors branded T-Shirt / hat to wear at the festival and your chapter information promo handouts.

          Members must handle their own accommodations. You may indicate if you are interested in staying with a Palm Springs host during registration. The host can contact you to make arrangements. Palm Springs-area members will have the opportunity to indicate if they would like to host members from other chapters.

          To register, select the time slot you would like to be at the booth. You may register for multiple time slots. Complete your first registration, then register again for another time slot. Guests and nonmembers are welcome and may register for this event.

          Accommodations: Click here for more information

          Camping options:

          Friday, November 3  

          Saturday, November 4 - Festival Booth - downtown Palm Springs

          • 9 am to 11am (setup) Great Outdoors Festival Booth
          • 11 am - 1 pm
          • 1 pm - 3 pm
          • 3 pm - 5 pm 
          • 5 pm - 6 pm 
          • 6pm - 8 pm

          Sunday, November 5 - Festival Booth

          • 10 am  - 11 am
          • 11 am - 1 pm
          • 1 pm - 4 pm 

          Pride Parade steps off at 10 am Sunday

          A street fair, a music festival, and gathering place, the Pride festival celebrates all that is LGBTQ+ in Palm Springs. Sip, sashay, and celebrate in several downtown Palm Springs open-air event venues. 

           “We’re a small little town, but we have a huge impact. We’re like Hollywood meets L.A. meets New York meets San Diego, and all rolled into one. It’s a very small-town feel with a very big-city approach, and a very big-city draw.” — Bella da Ball, a.k.a. Brian Wanzek.

          37th annual Greater Palm Springs Pride Festival

          • Fri, November 03, 2023
          • 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM
          • Palm Springs (address to be provided upon registration)
          • 50

          Kick off the Pride Weekend with Great Outdoors Jamboree pool party and dinner

          Heated pool/spa party and dinner

          Welcome to all GO members visiting from our other Chapters and participating in the Pride Festival  and volunteering at the All Chapter vendor booth promoting Great Outdoors.

          Jamboree volunteers working the Festival booth have priority signup and are ensured a spot for this pool party dinner.

          This pool party will be at a member's home in Palm Springs.  The address will be included in the e-mail acknowledgment only to those who have registered for the event. 

          Dinner provided as the grill chefs prepare a great meal for you.

          We'll also provide a variety of soft drinks and bottled water.  If you want to drink "adult beverages," please BYOB. Please - NO GLASS anywhere near the pool.

          GO Members only. You can  join as a member (click here) and then register for this pool party.


          Saturday, September 9th

          • 5:00 pm - Arrive - Pool/spa time
          • 6:00 pm - Dinner including vegetarian options 
          • 8:30 pm - Departure

          What to BringTowel, swimsuit (no nudity allowed), folding chair, flip-flops.

          DirectionsTo be provided via e-mail to those who register for this event.

          Volunteer Helpers: You can sign up for either pre party or end of party to help set up or clean up.

          Contact: George Padilla via email:  socialeventscoordinator-ps@greatoutdoors.org

          Photos:  Before taking photos, please ask the subject if that's OK with them... Some may not want their handsome faces to be splashed all over the internet.


          Sunday, September 26

          • 1:00 pm - Arrive
          • 2:00 pm - Lunch, including vegetarian options 
          • 4:00 pm - Raffle Drawing
          • 5:00 pm - Departure
          • Sat, December 16, 2023
          • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
          • Palm Desert, CA (Address to be provided once you have REGISTERED)
          • 53

          Robert Varga and John Simonsen have invited us all to the Game Night on Saturday,  December 16, 2023 at their beautiful home in PALM DESERT.

          NOTE: This event will have a maximum capacity of 50 people

          NOTE: Registration for this event will open on November 19th and close on December 2nd!


          6:00 PM to 6:15 PM - SOCIAL PERIOD

          6:15 PM to 7:00 PM – POTLUCK DINNER 

          7:00 PM to 9:00 PM – GAME TIME

          WHAT TO BRING:

          1) Potluck Item for at least 8 people 

          2) Your own beverage(s)

          3) Table Games you want to play  (Great Outdoors provides many games)

          NOTE:  Bring potluck dishes/snacks/etc. "ready to serve" in a serving bowl or dish, including any needed serving utensils.  

          PLEASE DO NOT ask our hosts to provide access to their ovens or bowls, spoons, etc.

          Our chapter is always looking for Game Night Hosts!

          Please call Richard Dachman at 818-430-7114 or email GameNightCoordinator-PS@greatoutdoors.org if you are interested in hosting Game Night.

          To view photos from our past game nights - click here.

          To view our Game Night guidelines click here.

          Special COVID Related Requirements:

          This event requires all attendees to members and to be fully vaccinated, submit proof of vaccination and abide by the GOPS COVID policyCLICK HERE.  Send proof of vaccination to: GOPSCOVID@gmail.com or text to: 760-902-1850.

          Health Problems/allergiesIt is the responsibility of participants to carry on their person a record of significant allergies, medications and medical history in the event of a medical emergency.  Discuss any medical concerns with the event leader if you wish.

          • Fri, January 19, 2024
          • 5:30 PM
          • Acrisure Arena

          Guests and non-members welcome.

          We will enjoy:

          • Discounted tickets without service fees 
          • Ability to reserve block seating in the best available locations 
          • Exclusive experiences like fan tunnel, Zamboni rides, on-ice photos, and more (based on availability)  
          • Our group’s name on the arena video board for all to see 
          • Check out and explore the arena and all the food options

          Meet at          at the Arizona Tile parking lot near Shoppers Lane, 72700 Dinah Shore Drive, near Costco Palm Desert. Map.  Drivers can purchase parking passes here ($25 per vehicle) using the CV Firebirds App. Carpooling  may be available if offered by drivers. You are responsible for arranging you own transportation or ride share. Arrive a few minutes early for briefing and carpooling.

          Bring a jacket and dress for cooler temperature inside the arena.

          We plan to arrive early to allow time for you to explore the arena and check out the food options, click here for more information. 

          Note: Credit or Debit Cards are the only accepted form of payment.

          Bag Policy: Bags made of a clear material, not exceeding 14” x 14” x 6” in size, and no more than 2 pockets . Small clutches/purses/wallets are permitted provided that they do not exceed 4.5” x 6.5” with or without a handle or strap. Binoculars allowed. 

          No refunds; however, the tickets are transferable.

          Contact  Leader: Scott Connelly email click here.

          • Mon, April 29, 2024
          • 5:00 PM (CDT)
          • Mon, May 06, 2024
          • 8:00 AM (CDT)
          • Nashville, Memphis, Vicksburg and New Orleans
          Special Music Tour Event!

          Calling All Music Lovers!

          An 8 Day Musical Journey Through The South!

          Elvis Presley Would Not Have Friended You | Vanity FairNashville, Memphis, Vicksburg and New Orleans

          GO OCLB is organizing a musical journey through the South with Gate 1 Travel beginning April 29 through May 6, 2024.

          At this time, we are only collecting names for those who are seriously considering such an excursion.  Those on the list will be the first ones to have the opportunity to register for the trip once we open the trip up for registration. 

          Expect registration to begin in early October.

          We intend this to be a Great Outdoors event only!  We are hoping to have the tour all to ourselves, which requires a minimum of 30 attendees.

          There will be a maximum number of 40 participants.

          In addition, we have secured a specific tour guide (Timothy), who is one of Gate 1 Travel's most respected Tour Guides.  It pays to have connections!

          In addition, Timothy is GAY!  So this trip will be fabulous!

          Of course you may want to arrive early (Dollywood!) and/or extend your stay (more New Orleans!) which will of course be the responsibility of each member.

          Nashville city guide: Where to stay, eat, drink and shop in America's Music City | The Independent

          Nashville awaits!

          Below are some of the details;  There will be an option for Land Only or Air & Land.

          Cost:  The tour package for the date of this event will be $2,049 (Land Only) before a price increase goes into effect in December.  The registration will take place with Gate 1 Travel as they have reserved the date of April 29 for our group and is NOT listed on their website.  This is a discounted price for the date of this tour as these normally go for $2,249-2,299.

          OCLB selected this date in the hopes that we beat much of the heat and the humidity before it become oppressive in the South.

          Air & Land packages with Gate 1 Travel will be available as an option at a higher price.  .

          Rooms:  Typically two people are assigned per room.

          Escorted Package Includes Land Only or Air/Land

          • 7 nights accommodations
            • 2 nights Nashville
            • 2 nights Memphis
            • 1 night Vicksburg
            • 2 nights New Orleans
          • Hotel taxes, fees & service charges
          • Hotel porterage
          • 10 meals: 7 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 2 dinners
          • Sightseeing per itinerary in modern air-conditioned motor coach
          • Services of English-speaking tour manager throughout
          • Services of English-speaking local guides
          • Entrance fees per itinerary
          • Comfortable wireless earphones for enhanced touring

          B.B. King, Blues Legend, Dead at 89 – Rolling Stone

          BB King & Lucille (his guitar)!

          Special Features

          • In Nashville, tour historic RCA Studio B, one of the oldest remaining recording studios in the U.S.
          • Attend a performance at the renowned Grand Ole Opry, famous home of country music
          • Follow in the footsteps of great musicians on the Nashville’s Walk of Fame on Music Mile
          • Visit the Country Music Hall of Fame, the world's largest popular music museum
          • Tour Graceland, the palatial mansion of American legend Elvis Presley on his 14 acre estate
          • Travel to Indianola to tour the BB King Museum honoring his extraordinary life and music
          • Walking tour of the iconic French Quarter, the oldest neighborhood in vibrant New Orleans

          Is This Trip Right for You?

          This moderately active program covers a good amount of ground each day. Expect from two to three hours walking every touring day. The pace is moderate, and you will encounter some uneven or wet surfaces. Airport transfers are not included. Consider a taxi or shared ride service as the least expensive options. This is a Classic program. 

          Why New Orleans is a year-round destination

          French Quarter in New Orleans!

          Detailed Itinerary:

          DAY 1, Monday - Arrive in Nashville
          Welcome to Nashville, lovingly called the "Music City" with its charming mix of music, history, and culture. Transfer independently to the hotel. Your tour will begin with an orientation meeting with your Tour Manager at approximately 7 PM. We recommend that you select flights which arrive no later than 5 PM
          Overnight: Nashville

          DAY 2, Tuesday - RCA Studio B, Music Row, Evening at the Grand Ole Opry
          Your Nashville discovery begins with a tour of historic RCA Studio B. On to the heart of Nashville's entertainment industry at Music Row, home to hundreds of businesses solely related to country, gospel, and Christian music. Travel past the Tennessee State Capitol, stopping at Bicentennial Mall State Park. Then, drive through Centennial Park with the full-scale reproduction of the ancient Parthenon in Athens. Time for lunch on your own on Broadway. Tonight after dinner, attend a performance at the renowned Grand Ole Opry,* iconic home of country music
          *Location of the performance may change due to special performances and events.
          Overnight: Nashville
          Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

          DAY 3, Wednesday - Ryman Auditorium, Country Music Hall of Fame, Walk of Fame, Memphis
          Morning visit to the Ryman Auditorium to discover the roots of country music. Continue to the Country Music Hall of Fame, offering ever-changing exhibits highlighting the performers of country music past and today's hottest stars. View the museum's assemblage of costumes, recordings, instruments, and memorabilia. Then follow in the footsteps of great musicians on the Walk of Fame on Music Mile, a landmark tribute to those who have made a significant contribution to the industry. In the afternoon travel to Memphis. Upon arrival check into the hotel
          Overnight: Memphis
          Meals: Breakfast

          DAY 4, Thursday - Graceland, Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum
          Begin your day with a tour of Graceland, the palatial mansion of American legend Elvis Presley. Tour the mansion, including the famous Jungle Room. Continue with a visit to the Meditation Garden where Elvis and members of his family have been laid to rest. Spend free time in Graceland before returning to Memphis. Continue with a tour of Downtown Memphis, view historical statues and cultural landmarks such as Pyramid Arena. Arrive at the corner of legendary Highway 61, "The Blues Highway", and Beale Street to visit the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum, an exhibition highlighting the birth of rock and soul music
          Overnight: Memphis
          Meals: Breakfast

          DAY 5, Friday - Indianola's BB King Museum, Travel to Vicksburg
          Travel to Indianola, in the heart of the Mississippi Delta, to tour the BB King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center. Hometown of the legendary musician, this museum honors his life and music and preserves the rich cultural and musical heritage of the Delta. After lunch at a nearby club with live music, continue with a drive to Vicksburg. Spend your evening at leisure
          Overnight: Vicksburg
          Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

          DAY 6, Saturday - Vicksburg National Battlefield , Travel to New Orleans
          This morning, begin your day with a visit to the Vicksburg National Battlefield. Afterward, journey to New Orleans, the birthplace of Jazz and home of the Mardi Gras. As you approach New Orleans, drive through Lake Pontchartrain. The basin provides a necessary habitat for numerous types of flora and fauna. Upon arrival, the rest of the day is at leisure
          Overnight: New Orleans
          Meals: Breakfast

          DAY 7, Sunday - French Quarter Walking Tour
          Embark on a morning walking tour of the iconic French Quarter. At historic Jackson Square, view the timeless Mississippi and the city's historic buildings, including the majestic St. Louis Cathedral and the Cabildo, once a seat of the colonial government. Visit the Musical Legends Park located on Bourbon street. The balance of the day is at leisure. Perhaps, spend the afternoon on the optional Swamp Tour to learn more about the culture and nature from Louisiana's untamed wilderness. Tonight during dinner, bid farewell to your Tour Manager
          Optional: Swamp Tour (PM)
          Overnight: New Orleans
          Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

          DAY 8, Monday - Return Home
          Transfer independently to the airport for your departure flight
          Meals: Breakfast

          If you are seriously considering this tour with GO OCLB, add your name to this list.  Once registration begins, we will notify the people on the list in the order in which they have signed up and proceed down the list. 

          We have to limit the tour to 40 people, so if you are seriously interested in this event - get your name on the list.

          If you have any questions, Lance (leader for this event) can be reached at:

          Contact Lance at:  President-OCLB@GreatOutdoors.org

          • Wed, May 01, 2024
          • San Diego, CA
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          Great Outdoors Shirt Sale!

          Did you miss out on getting your super official Great Outdoors San Diego shirt?  Don't fret!  We have more shirts available for sale!  

          *Email info-sd@greatoutdoors.org for bulk pricing discounts.

        Past Socials

        Wed, September 27, 2023 PS - Sunnylands Open Air Experience
        Sat, September 23, 2023 PS - NATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS DAY at Giant Rock
        Thu, September 21, 2023 SD - Monthly Bonfire
        Wed, September 20, 2023 SBVC - September Monthly Social
        Sat, September 16, 2023 PS - Game Night/Pool Party for September - Hosted by Michael Keller
        Sat, September 16, 2023 PS - Bike: Las Palmas Plus
        Thu, September 14, 2023 OCLB - End of Summer Happy Hour Mixer & Monthly Chapter Meeting! El Torito @ the 405 & Goldenwest!
        Sat, September 09, 2023 PS - End Of Summer Pool Party
        Thu, September 07, 2023 SBVC - First Thursday Art "Hike"
        Tue, September 05, 2023 PS - Pickleball Games
        Sun, September 03, 2023 OCLB - Labor Day BBQ & Pool Party 2023!
        Wed, August 30, 2023 PS - Trip Planning Aug 30
        Sat, August 26, 2023 LA - Boy George and Culture Club
        Sat, August 26, 2023 SBVC - Pacific Pride Festival
        Thu, August 24, 2023 OCLB -FlashBack Heart Attack! 80's Cover Band! OC Parks Concert @ Salt Creek Beach in Dana Point!!
        Tue, August 22, 2023 Older Adults Needs Assessment Focus Group for OC's LGBTQ+ Residents
        Sun, August 20, 2023 SBVC - Ventura County Pride
        Sun, August 20, 2023 SD - Bike Ride - Liberty Station to North Harbor
        Sat, August 19, 2023 PS - August Game Night: Gather Your Balls for BOWLING!!
        Sat, August 19, 2023 SD - Day Event - La Jolla Shores Snorkeling
        Sat, August 19, 2023 OCLB - Double Whammy! Icehouse Canyon AND Cucamonga Peak Day Hike
        Thu, August 17, 2023 SD - Monthly Bonfire
        Thu, August 17, 2023 OCLB -Queen Nation! OC Parks Concert @ Salt Creek Beach in Dana Point!!
        Wed, August 16, 2023 SBVC - August Membership Social
        Sat, August 12, 2023 PS - Pool Party August 12, 2023
        Tue, August 01, 2023 PS - Pickleball Games
        Sun, July 30, 2023 OCLB - OC Fair: Out At The Fair!
        Sat, July 29, 2023 PS- Pool Party July 29
        Thu, July 27, 2023 OCLB -Let's Have Some Fun! 80's Cover Band: Flashpants! Concerts @ OC Parks! Free!
        Sun, July 23, 2023 OCLB - Hike Lake Hollywood Reservoir!
        Thu, July 20, 2023 OCLB - Summer Happy Hour Mixer & Monthly Chapter Meeting! El Torito @ the 405 & Goldenwest!
        Thu, July 20, 2023 SD - Monthly Bonfire
        Wed, July 19, 2023 SBVC - July Membership Social
        Sat, July 15, 2023 PS - Bike: Bike to Breakfast
        Fri, July 14, 2023 SD - Social - Pride Party!
        Thu, July 13, 2023 SD - Social - Pride Roller Skating
        Thu, July 13, 2023 OCLB - Free Concerts in OC Parks! Ozomatli!
        Thu, July 13, 2023 PS - Camp - Sweetwater Summit and San Diego Pride
        Thu, July 06, 2023 OCLB -OCParks Free Concert - The Rembrandts!
        Tue, July 04, 2023 SBVC - July Fourth Fireworks
        Tue, July 04, 2023 PS - Pickleball Games
        Thu, June 29, 2023 OCLB - Free! OCparks Summer Concert Series - The Smiths Cover Band: Sweet & Tender Hooligans!
        Thu, June 29, 2023 PS - Integratron, Sound Bath, Giant Rock & Orchids
        Sun, June 25, 2023 SD - Bike Road - Mission Trails to the 52W and Back
        Fri, June 23, 2023 OCLB - Silent Disco 2023! The Pride Edition!
        Fri, June 23, 2023 SD- Social - Negociant Winery
        Thu, June 22, 2023 OCLB -Free! OCparks Summer Concert Series: Paco Versailles
        Wed, June 21, 2023 SBVC - Core Group & Membership Social
        Fri, June 16, 2023 LA - 🌈 Dodgers Pride Night! - Deadline extended to 6/14 - Special price!
        Thu, June 15, 2023 SD - Monthly Bonfire
        Tue, June 13, 2023 PS - Power Baseball Pride Night & BBQ
        Sat, June 10, 2023 PS - Bike: Bike to Breakfast
        Thu, June 08, 2023 OCLB - Happy Hour Mixer & Monthly Chapter Meeting! El Torito @ the 405 & Goldenwest!
        Tue, June 06, 2023 PS - Speaker Series: Respecting the Natural Environment
        Tue, June 06, 2023 PS - Pickleball Games
        Sat, June 03, 2023 OCLB - Easy Urban Walk @ Fullerton Arboretum
        Fri, June 02, 2023 CORP - Outdoors Experience - Canceled - Hike and Trip Leader Training
        Thu, June 01, 2023 GOSD - Yosemite, Whitewater Rafting, Caving, and Gold Country Adventure
        Thu, June 01, 2023 PS - Sunnylands Historic House Tour
        Mon, May 29, 2023 SD - Day Hike - Lake Murray Hike & BBQ
        Mon, May 22, 2023 SD - T-Shirt Design Competition
        Sat, May 20, 2023 LA-OCLB - Proud! Fest and Beach Streets
        Fri, May 19, 2023 OCLB - Yosemite National Park 2023
        Thu, May 18, 2023 SD - Monthly Bonfire
        Wed, May 17, 2023 SBVC - Core Group & Membership Social
        Thu, May 11, 2023 OCLB - Happy Hour Mixer & Monthly Chapter Meeting! El Torito @ the 405 & Goldenwest!
        Mon, May 08, 2023 PS - Bike - Palm Springs Monuments
        Tue, May 02, 2023 PS - Hike / Bike Planning Meeting May 02
        Tue, May 02, 2023 PS Hike: Tahquitz Canyon & Waterfall
        Tue, May 02, 2023 PS - Pickleball Games
        Sat, April 29, 2023 SBVC - Murphy Auto Museum
        Sat, April 29, 2023 OCLB - Easy Urban Hike @ Old Town Orange
        Sat, April 29, 2023 PS - Wild Coachella Day
        Fri, April 28, 2023 SBVC - Potluck Game Night
        Fri, April 28, 2023 PS - Bike: Desert X Art Installations
        Thu, April 27, 2023 SBVC - Carrizo Plain [Canceled]
        Sat, April 22, 2023 SD - Bike Ride - Balboa Park Bike Ride
        Fri, April 21, 2023 SD - Baja Mexico 3-Day Expedition #2 (Add'l Dates!)
        Wed, April 19, 2023 SBVC - Core Group & Membership Social
        Sun, April 16, 2023 OCLB - Morgan Trail Day Hike
        Fri, April 14, 2023 SD - Baja Mexico 3-Day Expedition
        Thu, April 13, 2023 OCLB - Happy Hour Mixer & Monthly Chapter Meeting! El Torito @ the 405 & Goldenwest!
        Sun, April 09, 2023 PS - 4x4 Joshua Tree Gold Park / Music Valley
        Wed, April 05, 2023 PS - The Past, Poppies and Pies!
        Sat, April 01, 2023 OCLB - Hike Lake Hollywood Reservoir!
        Sat, April 01, 2023 OCLB - Hike to the Hollywood Sign!
        Fri, March 31, 2023 OCLB - Silent Disco 2023! The Diva Edition!
        Mon, March 27, 2023 PS - Death Valley 4x4
        Sat, March 25, 2023 PS - Bike: CV Link Plus
        Sat, March 25, 2023 SD - Bike Ride - Chula Vista River Bike Ride (Re-Do!)
        Sat, March 18, 2023 OCLB - Belmont Shore Model Railroad Club Outing
        Thu, March 16, 2023 SBVC - St. Patrick's Day in Las Vegas!
        Wed, March 15, 2023 SBVC - Core Group & General Membership Meeting
        Tue, March 14, 2023 PS - Speaker Series- Philip Ferranti, author
        Sat, March 11, 2023 CANCELLED FOR RAIN - OCLB - Easy Urban Hike @ Old Town Orange
        Tue, March 07, 2023 PS - Pickleball Games
        Sun, March 05, 2023 PS - Parade of Beds & Bed Race
        Sun, March 05, 2023 PS - Cathedral City Pride
        Sat, March 04, 2023 SBVC - Day Hike: More Mesa
        Fri, March 03, 2023 SD - Sale - Pride T-Shirts
        Thu, March 02, 2023 OCLB - TONIGHT! Happy Hour Mixer & Monthly Chapter Meeting! El Torito @ the 405 & Goldenwest!
        Wed, March 01, 2023 PS - Virtual Reality EXPERIENCE
        Sun, February 26, 2023 CORP - Website Event Creating and Posting 12/22
        Sun, February 26, 2023 PS - Training: First Aid CPR/AED
        Sat, February 25, 2023 PS - Game Night Time for February- Hosted by Byron and Ritch
        Sat, February 25, 2023 LA - The Nethercutt Collection - Sylmar
        Sat, February 25, 2023 SD - Bike Ride - Balboa Park Bike Ride (CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER)
        Tue, February 21, 2023 PS - Bike - Palm Springs Notable Residences Bike
        Sun, February 19, 2023 OCLB: Movie Time! "Of An Age" AMC Theater Tustin, CA
        Sat, February 18, 2023 SBVC - Day Hike: San Marcos Foothills Preserve
        Sat, February 18, 2023 PS - Midcentury Bike Ride Architectural Tour
        Wed, February 15, 2023 SBVC - Core Group & General Membership Meeting
        Thu, February 09, 2023 SD - Kiss a Whale Adventure
        Tue, February 07, 2023 PS - Pickleball Games
        Sun, February 05, 2023 OCLB - Etiwanda Falls Trail (Rancho Cucamonga)
        Sun, January 29, 2023 SD - Bike Ride - Chula Vista River Bike Ride
        Sat, January 28, 2023 OCLB: Movie Time!
        Sat, January 28, 2023 SD - Dana Point Whale Watching
        Sun, January 22, 2023 LA - Coastal Bike Ride: Long Beach to Seal Beach
        Fri, January 20, 2023 PS - Day Trip Quartzsite Rock Shows
        Wed, January 18, 2023 SBVC - Core Group & General Membership Meeting
        Sun, January 15, 2023 PS - 4x4 Black Eagle Mine Joshua Tree Park
        Sat, January 14, 2023 PS - Game Night Time for January- Hosted by George and Vincent
        Thu, January 12, 2023 PS -"Discovering Treasures in our Valley" Lecture
        Wed, January 11, 2023 OCLB - Monthly Chapter Meeting! California Pizza Kitchen!
        Wed, January 11, 2023 SD - Core Group Meeting Dinner
        Tue, January 10, 2023 PS - Speaker Series- Hiking Adventures
        Sun, January 08, 2023 PS - Group Tickets for Pro Hockey
        Tue, January 03, 2023 PS - Pickleball Games
        Mon, January 02, 2023 PS - 4x4 Meccacopia - Godwin Trails
        Fri, December 30, 2022 PS - Bike - Gay History and Breakfast - Brunch
        Fri, December 23, 2022 PS - Holiday Lights - Candy Cane Lane
        Thu, December 22, 2022 CORP - Website Event Creating and Posting 12/22
        Sun, December 18, 2022 OCLB - Holiday Party 2022
        Sat, December 17, 2022 SBVC - Christmas Party Potluck
        Sat, December 17, 2022 PS - Merchandise Orders - T-shirts and Caps
        Fri, December 16, 2022 PS - Living Desert Wildlights
        Thu, December 15, 2022 PS - 4x4 and Hiking Adventure
        Wed, December 14, 2022 SD - Core Group Meeting Luncheon
        Wed, December 14, 2022 PS - Bike Ride - Tram Road / Breakfast / Las Palmas Tour
        Tue, December 13, 2022 OCLB - Monthly Chapter Meeting! California Pizza Kitchen!
        Sun, December 11, 2022 PS - Holiday Party
        Sun, December 11, 2022 LA - Holiday Party
        Sat, December 10, 2022 LA - Long Beach | Belmont | Naples Boat Parade and Decoration Walk
        Sat, December 10, 2022 PS - 4x4 Old Dale District Joshua Tree
        Tue, December 06, 2022 PS - Pickleball Games
        Sat, December 03, 2022 PS - December Game Night Hosted by Robert Varga and John Simonsen
        Sat, December 03, 2022 SD - Hike - Eagle Rock Hike
        Thu, December 01, 2022 PS - Hike / Bike Planning Meeting Dec 01
        Thu, November 24, 2022 PS- Bird Watching Prescott Preserve
        Sun, November 20, 2022 SD - Biking - Mission Beach Ride
        Sat, November 19, 2022 PS - National Public Lands Day
        Sat, November 19, 2022 PS - NATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS DAY
        Wed, November 16, 2022 PS - Trail Talk
        Wed, November 16, 2022 SBVC - November Pizza Social Hour
        Tue, November 15, 2022 PS - Speaker Series- Friends of the Desert Mts. Organization
        Sun, November 13, 2022 SD - Hike - Bayside Trail Nature and Culture Interpretive Hike
        Sat, November 12, 2022 PS - Game Night and Pool Time for November - Hosted by Gregory Moore and Tom O'Toole
        Sat, November 12, 2022 Oswit Land Trust party
        Sat, November 12, 2022 CORP - Outdoors Experience - Hike and Trip Leader Training
        Tue, November 08, 2022 PS - Pickleball Games
        Sun, November 06, 2022 PS - Palm Springs Pride Parade
        Sat, November 05, 2022 LA - Kayak/Paddleboard
        Wed, November 02, 2022 CORP - Website Event Creating and Posting
        Sun, October 30, 2022 PS - Keys Ranch Tour - Joshua Tree National Park
        Sat, October 29, 2022 SBVC - Halloween Party
        Sat, October 29, 2022 OCLB - Long Beach Festival of Flight
        Thu, October 27, 2022 PS - Museum - Postcards from Mecca: The California Desert
        Sun, October 23, 2022 PS - Continental Breakfast-Hike-Spa Soak
        Sun, October 23, 2022 PS - Continental Breakfast-Hike-Spa Soak
        Sun, October 23, 2022 SD - Biking - San Diego River
        Sat, October 22, 2022 PS - Coachella Valley Garden Day - October 22
        Sat, October 22, 2022 PS - Bike - Gay History and Breakfast - Brunch
        Thu, October 20, 2022 SD - Monthly Bonfire
        Wed, October 19, 2022 SBVC - October Pizza Social Hour
        Sat, October 15, 2022 CANCELLED! PS - Game Night and Pool Time for October - Hosted by Joe Moreno and Brian Sanchez
        Sat, October 15, 2022 PS - Midcentury Bike Ride Architectural Tour
        Tue, October 11, 2022 OCLB - Monthly Chapter Meeting! California Pizza Kitchen!
        Sun, October 09, 2022 SD - HIKE - 3 Mile Loop Challenge (Nature Collective)
        Sun, October 09, 2022 PS - Bike Ride CicLAvia-Heart of LA
        Thu, October 06, 2022 LA - Pirate Camp Catalina at Two Harbors!
        Wed, October 05, 2022 PS - Hike / Bike Planning
        Sun, October 02, 2022 PS - Trip Planning Meeting Oct 2
        Sun, October 02, 2022 SD - Day Event - End of Summer Hike, BBQ, and Pool Party
        Sat, October 01, 2022 PS - Idyllwild Pride
        Tue, September 27, 2022 PS - Pickleball Games
        Sat, September 24, 2022 PS - Game Night and Pool Time for September - Hosted by Tom Bolton and Jim Copeland
        Sat, September 24, 2022 OCLB - Hollywood! Hike to the Hollywood Sign!
        Wed, September 21, 2022 SBVC - Monthly Membership Meeting
        Sat, September 17, 2022 PS - End Of Summer Pool Party
        Sat, September 17, 2022 SD - Coastal Clean-up
        Thu, September 15, 2022 SD - Monthly Bonfire
        Tue, September 13, 2022 PS - Museum of Ancient Wonders
        Sun, September 11, 2022 LA - Coastal Bike Ride: Long Beach
        Fri, September 09, 2022 SD - Poco Montaña Vineyards 2022 Harvest Events
        Tue, September 06, 2022 OCLB - Monthly Chapter Meeting! California Pizza Kitchen!
        Wed, August 31, 2022 PS - Trip Planning Aug 31
        Sun, August 28, 2022 OCLB - Let's Get Soaking Wet! 2022 Pool Party
        Sun, August 28, 2022 SBVC - Picnic with Flying Club
        Sat, August 27, 2022 PS - August Game Night: Gather Your Balls for BOWLING!!
        Sat, August 27, 2022 SBVC - Santa Barbara Pride Festival
        Thu, August 25, 2022 OCLB -Final OC Parks Concert for the Summer @ Salt Creek Beach in Dana Point!!
        Sun, August 21, 2022 PS - Bike Ride CicLAvia-Hollywoods
        Fri, August 19, 2022 SBVC - Movie Night - "Shelter"
        Thu, August 18, 2022 PS - Speaker -Proposed Nat'l Monument - Chuckwalla Valley
        Wed, August 17, 2022 SBVC - Monthly Membership Meeting
        Sun, August 14, 2022 OCLB - Double Whammy! Icehouse Canyon AND Cucamonga Peak Day Hike
        Sat, August 13, 2022 SD - Day Event - La Jolla Shores Snorkeling
        Tue, August 09, 2022 OCLB - Monthly Chapter Meeting! California Pizza Kitchen!
        Sun, August 07, 2022 SD - Urban Hike/Social - San Diego Zoo
        Sat, August 06, 2022 SD - Biking - Mission Bay Bike Ride
        Thu, August 04, 2022 OCLB - Music In the Park! Big Bad Voodoo Daddy - Live Band
        Thu, July 28, 2022 OCLB -Bruno Mars Tribute Band "Uptown Funk"! Free!
        Sun, July 24, 2022 PS - Take Me Out to the Ballgame! Dodgers Stadium
        Sun, July 24, 2022 OCLB - The Zimmerman Automobile Driving Museum
        Sat, July 23, 2022 PS - Game Night and Pool Time for July - Hosted by George Padilla and Vincent Manarite
        Wed, July 20, 2022 SBVC - Monthly Membership Meeting
        Tue, July 19, 2022 PS - Bike: Northwest Palm Springs
        Sun, July 17, 2022 SD - Pride Event - Mission Bay Kayaking/SUP Boarding
        Thu, July 14, 2022 OCLB -Journey! DSB: The World's Greatest Tribute to Journey! Concerts Are Back @ OC Parks! Free!
        Wed, July 13, 2022 SD - Core Group Meeting Luncheon
        Thu, July 07, 2022 PS - Living Desert Zoo and Garden
        Mon, July 04, 2022 SBVC - July 4th Get-Together
        Sun, July 03, 2022 PS - Pool Party July 3rd
        Sun, June 26, 2022 SD - Social - The Fifth Element
        Sun, June 26, 2022 PS - 4x4 Burns Canyon – Baldwin Lake - Big Bear
        Sat, June 25, 2022 SD - Biking - Coronado Island to Silver Strand
        Thu, June 23, 2022 OCLB -Concerts Are Back @ OC Parks! Ozomatli! Free!
        Wed, June 22, 2022 PS - Pickleball Games - Cancelled
        Sun, June 19, 2022 OCLB - Tour of the Art of the Metro B (Red) Line starting at Westlake-MacArthur Park Station
        Sun, June 19, 2022 PS - MetroLink Train to LA Union Station and Walking Tour of Historic Downtown Los Angeles
        Fri, June 17, 2022 PS - Power Baseball Pride Night & BBQ
        Wed, June 15, 2022 SD - Core Group Meeting Luncheon
        Wed, June 15, 2022 PS - Pickleball Games
        Sun, June 12, 2022 SD - Social - Out At The Fair
        Sat, June 11, 2022 PS - Game Night and Pool Time for June - Hosted by Frank Eggers
        Sat, June 11, 2022 SD - Social - Pride By The Beach
        Fri, June 10, 2022 SBVC - Paradise Pit Ice Cream Stop
        Thu, June 09, 2022 PS - La Quinta Museum & Lecture - Geology
        Wed, June 08, 2022 PS - Pickleball Games
        Tue, June 07, 2022 OCLB - Monthly Chapter Meeting! California Pizza Kitchen!
        Sat, June 04, 2022 PS - Not-Quite-Summer Pool Party
        Sat, June 04, 2022 SD - Biking - Liberty Station to Embarcadero
        Sat, June 04, 2022 PS - Bike: CV Link Plus
        Wed, June 01, 2022 PS - Pickleball Games
        Wed, May 25, 2022 SD - Core Group Meeting Luncheon
        Mon, May 23, 2022 SD - T-Shirt Design Competition
        Sun, May 22, 2022 PS - Rancho Santa Ana Botanical Garden - Plus
        Fri, May 20, 2022 SD - Social - Fiesta Island Movie Night
        Wed, May 18, 2022 SBVC - Monthly Membership Meeting
        Wed, May 18, 2022 PS - Pickleball Games
        Wed, May 11, 2022 PS - Pickleball Games
        Tue, May 10, 2022 OCLB - Monthly Chapter Meeting! California Pizza Kitchen!
        Sat, May 07, 2022 PS - Game Night and Pool Time for May Hosted by Byron Postma & Ritch Barron
        Sat, May 07, 2022 SD - Bird Walk in Big Bear Lake
        Fri, May 06, 2022 SD - Social - Out At The Park (Padres Vs Marlins)
        Fri, May 06, 2022 OCLB - Yosemite National Park
        Thu, May 05, 2022 PS - Lecture: Coyotes in California
        Wed, May 04, 2022 PS - Pickleball Games
        Sun, May 01, 2022 PS - Bike: Perimeter Palm Springs