Genoa City Drive – Don’t forget dessert!

When:
June 4, 2011 @ 10:00 am – 2:30 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
2011-06-04T10:00:00-07:00
2011-06-04T14:30:00-07:00
Where:
Sierra Summit Theatre Parking Lot
13965 South Virginia Street, Reno
NV

REMINDER: PLEASE DON”T FORGET TO BRING A DESERT! Gilbert’s handling the rest! See you there…

For detailed info visit https://sierrabmwcarclub.org/events/gc
ROUTE: We’ll meet at the Sierra Summit Theatre’s Parking Lot (Park in the area closest to Mt rose Hwy). We’ll head south on 395 to old 395 then Franktown, 395 thru Carson, Jack’s valley Rd to Genoa then continue south on Foothill Rd (206) until Centerville Ln (756) to Gilbert’s house. Here’s the route http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=13965+South+Virginia+Street,+Reno,+NV&daddr=39.30779,-119.82563+to:39.10148,-119.7766+to:38.97969,-119.83429+to:38.9104248,-119.783077+to:Pinenut+Rd&geocode=FbJGWQId_Mrc-CmPyCXXiBSZgDF17vzHoXRlSQ%3BFQ7KVwIdIpvb-CkFt6w0cG2ZgDHWX5SoimFU_A%3BFSikVAIdqFrc-CmVmx-RwqGZgDF7CaRN5fna1w%3BFWrIUgIdTnnb-Ckzbrq4gpeZgDEm5Pmpcmu_ZQ%3BFdi5UQIdW0Hc-Cmh9e7TGL6ZgDEI99oWWWYmtA%3BFZjIUQId52jd-A&hl=en&mra=dvme&mrsp=1&sz=13&via=1,2,3,4&sll=39.314246,-119.832859&sspn=0.102398,0.166683&ie=UTF8&ll=39.307738,-119.774323&spn=0.204814,0.333366&t=h&z=12
LUNCH: Tentatively @ Gilbert’s house or JTs BBQ, details forthcoming…
COSTS:
$5.00 to cover the insurance cost for the event
I WANT TO GO!
Accepting the emailed invitation will reserve your spot!
For further information on this event contact: John English [email protected]
What started out as a lean-to and a few supplies in 1850, grew into the Town of Genoa by 1851. Douglas County and Carson Valley history is very young, an important chapter in the romantic “Old West”. Explorers and trappers made their way through this area but it wasn’t until June of 1851 when John Reese and his party built a trading post that the area began to attract settlers and became a permanent settlement. Reese and his men took up land claims extending from the Walley’s Hot Springs marsh area south of Genoa into Jack’s Valley on the north. Since most of the men in Reese’s party were Mormon, the location became known as Mormon Station. After building a trading post, Reese built a house and sent for his family in New York. Later, Reese added a blacksmith shop and a large corral for livestock.
For further information on this event contact: John English [email protected]
Visit http://www.genoanevada.org for more information on Genoa, Nevada’s oldest town.