Wednesday, July 31, 2013

7th Annual Great Sutter Creek Chili Cook-Off and Car Show - Sun Sept 8


7th Annual Great Sutter Creek Chili Cook-Off and Car Show
Sunday, September 8th from 11 am until 3 pm
Sponsored by Save Mart Supermarkets.
For information visit www.suttercreek.org
209-267-2237

   Taste buds are gearing up as historic Main Street in Sutter Creek will be transformed into one of the HOTTEST events of the year and the location for lots of fun on Sunday, September 8th , from 11am to 3pm! The 7th Annual Great Sutter Creek Chili Cook-Off and Car Show is a favorite annual event for adults and children. For only $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children, you can sample homemade Chili and Salsa from the many participating Teams and then cast your vote for your favorite. After munching on fabulous chili, you can stroll down Main Street listening to music, browsing venders booths and viewing the display of over 100 of the most beautiful Classic Cars, Hot Rods, and motorcycles, gathered together in the picturesque backdrop of historic Sutter Creek.

Chili teams really get into the spirit as they compete for the Best Costume and Best Booth trophies and cash prizes. You will have a ball seeing all the wild themes that the contestants dream up; Pirates, Alley Cats, Cowboys, you name it. Don’t forget the Salsa competition! From mild to hot and everything in between, you will sample favorite family recipes from all over as they too compete for trophies and cash.

There is a parking lot full of vendors, with all types of merchandise, from art to antiques, that will be on sale. Browse through the booths and you may just find a treasure that you have to have.

Think your chili or salsa is worth a prize? Join the fun and get a booth in the event. It’s a great way to advertise your business or just compete for fun. Go crazy and decorate your booth and come up with wild costumes, it’s what makes this event so much fun! People’s Choice Chili can be prepared before and brought down the day of the event. Booth space is free (a refundable $25 clean up deposit and registration application required) Just download the application under the Chili Cook Off event. at the www.suttercreek.org web site. Last day to register is Monday September 2nd. Cash prizes and trophies will be awarded for People’s Choice Chili, Best Restaurant Chili, Best Salsa, Best Costumes, Best Decorated Booth, and Best Cars.

Mark you calendars for Sunday, September 8th, to come to Sutter Creek. This is one fun event you won’t want to miss!





Monday, July 29, 2013

Amador Transit Announces New Route to Amador City & River Pines


Jackson, California, July 2013.  Amador Transit is excited to announce a new Monday only bus route that will serve residents of Amador City and River Pines beginning September 9, 2013.

Amador County Behavioral Health Services is partially funding this pilot route as part of their “Innovations Plymouth Wellness Day” project. This project was identified through the Community Program Planning Process to address the need for increased access to community services to isolated, underserved groups. Currently, no bus service exists for the communities of Amador City and River Pines.

Amador Transit will provide one-day per week bus service on Mondays that will connect residents of River Pines and Amador City to services in Plymouth, and connect them via the Sutter Hill Transit Center to all other routes.  This will provide residents access to grocery stores, post office, health-related services, schools, classes and training opportunities. Buses will run three times a day with a morning, mid-morning, and afternoon run.

Amador Transit’s Mobility Manager will be available to help individuals and groups learn how to use the bus route and connect to other routes and locations. Complete schedule information will be posted on the Amador Transit website at www.amadortransit.com in August.  Call 267-9395 for more information.


Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Collaboration in Natural Resource Management - Aug 8 & Sept 10



Collaboration in Natural Resource Management

The Sierra Nevada Adaptive Management Project’s (SNAMP) University of California Cooperative Extension team will be hosting a 2 day workshop on Collaboration and Facilitation in Natural Resource Management on August 8, 2013 and September 10, 2013 in Martell/Jackson, CA.
The goal of these workshops is to help improve communication by building facilitation skills within the many groups involved in collaboration in natural resource management projects. We will work to build a common language to support collaboration, share tools to prevent problems, and demonstrate interventions to support success when problems arise. These workshops are designed to support the building of a common knowledge base through mutual learning and discussion. UC Cooperative Extension has developed training modules for all levels of natural resource management staff and stakeholders interested in developing these skills.  
Two different 6 hour trainings will cover topics such as stakeholder analysis, agenda building, listening as an ally, the decision making process, identifying constraints, reconciling differences and reducing conflicts. Participants will learn training concepts, practice methods and obtain the skills needed to pursue effective collaboration.
The first training will be August 8, 2013 at the Amador County General Services/Department of Agriculture building (12200 B Airport Rd., Room A, Martell, CA) from 9am to 3pm.
Registration is required and there is a $25.00 materials and lunch fee. Please register on-line at  HYPERLINK "http://ucanr.edu/collaborationworkshop/" http://ucanr.edu/collaborationworkshop/. For more information please contact Kim Ingram at  HYPERLINK "mailto:kcingram@ucanr.edu" kcingram@ucanr.edu   or check the workshop web page  HYPERLINK "http://ucanr.edu/collaboration/" http://ucanr.edu/collaboration/.

Monday, July 22, 2013

Amador County Recreation Agency Update


ACRA BINGO Is moving to the Italian Picnic Grounds

                           Starting August 5th2013

6:15  Early Bird games

6:30 Regular BINGO

5:00  Dinner Served for Just $7 a plate!

Buy in $10 for $10 games – 6 top

Sponsored Jackpots up to $100

Black out is $150

Join us for ACRA BINGO Every 1st,3rd, &5th Mondays of the month.

Proceeds support ACRA and other non-profit partners.

www.goacra.org  or 223-6349

 

Summer Sizzle at Mollie Joyce Park

Saturday, August 31st 1-7pm.

Family Fun for all….Live Music and Entertainment!!!

Pulled Pork Sandwiches, BBQd Corn on the Cob, Beer and Wine,

Cotton Candy and Carnival Food, Movie Showing, Bounce House,

Dunk Tank, Watermelon eating contest, Snow Cones, and Water balloon toss.

$25 per family$5 individual…

Proceeds go towards park maintenance…

Call ACRA for more info…223-6349

 

Outdoor Cinema

July 19th How to Train Your Dragon (PG)…Aime Field, Jackson

August 15th Grown Ups (PG-13)…Plymouth Park

August 30th 007: Skyfall (PG-13)…Mollie Joyce Park

September 19th Star Wars: A New Hope (PG)…Plymouth Park

September 27th Bridesmaids (R) … Howard Park, Ione

October 11th The Hunger Games (PG) Provis Park, Sutter Creek

$5…single   $20…Family

Films Begin at Dark

Snacks and Drinks Available for purchase

Call ACRA at 223-6349

 

“Tri  Amaodor”

**Triathlon in Beautiful Amador County”

Sunday October 6, 2013

Swim – Lake Camanche

Bike – The beautiful hills of Buena Vista

Run – The lake view China Gulch Trail

**Awards presented to the top finishers

And age group winners!

Sprint…$70 individual, $95 relay, check in 6:30, Race starts 8:30

Olympic…$85 individual, $125 relay, check in 6:30, race starts 7:30

** Free T- shirts & swim cap! ..Shirt guaranteed for sign ups by Sept. 6th.

No race day sign ups…no refunds.

Registration on line at Active.com or contact ACRA at 209-223-6349.

 

Splash & Swim

Amador County’s Recreations first AQUATHLON…Swim & Run Race at Bear River Reservoir….One mile across-lake swim and two mile run. You won’t find a more beautiful place to challenge yourself in this fun multi-sport event.

$45 participation fee.

Call Jessie at ACRA 223-6349 or go to our website at www.goacra.org and facebook.com/goacra

 

Photography with Jeannine …Private lessons, 2,3,or 4hrs…($60, $90, $120)

Call ACRA for details…223-6349

 

Sutter Creek Lions Club Famous Pig Feed, 2nd Annual

Saturday, August 24

Sutter Creek Auditorium, 18 Main St.

5:30 pm No Host Bar – 6:30 Dinner

(No outside Alcohol permitted

Must be present to win Door prize.

$25.00 (No refunds)

Snack Mix, Pulled Pork, Beans, Cole Slaw, Baked Potato Casserole, Bread Roll, Ice Cream for dessert…And lots of fun!!!

Catered by Dickey’s Barbeque Pit..

Contact Francine Pogue…email…pigfeed@yahoo.com

 

Church Softball League Co-ed

Monday nights…Starting August 19th

Mollie Joyce Park in Pioneer

Games start at  6pm Managers Meeting August 5th6pm at the ACRA office.

Cost: $350 Per Team…

Call John at ACRA…223-6349

 

Adult Co-ed Volley ball League

4 on 4

Argonaut High

Sundays Starting August 4th at 4:00pm

Cost :  $225

Manager’s Meeting: Sunday July 21st at 4 pm.

Call ACRA…223-6349

 

Mens Basketball League

Sunday Nights at Amador High

10 week league

$500 Per Team

Players Meeting: Wednesday Sept.11

Starts…First game Sunday Sept. 29th.

Call John at ACRA…223-6349

 

ACRA's 1st EVER HOME RUN DERBY! (Softball)

During the first week of the Playoffs...

Held at Pioneer park...August 12th at 7:15pm

In between the playoff games.

Coat is $20 per hitter

Prize for the winner!

Prizes for hitting the targets

Live Announcer

Hambergers, Hot Dogs and Drinks

Call ACRA...223-6349

or email jwilliamson@amadorgov.org or ktraverso@amadorgov.org.


Volleyball Open Gym

Every Sunday in July from1-3pm

Argonaut High School

Co-d All Ages are Welcome

$3 Per Person

Just Show up and Play

Questions? Call John at ACRA…223-6349

 

Zumba at the HUB

Every Tuesday evenings 5:30- 6:30

$7 general $5 students

 

 

Check out our website for additional details: http://www.goacra.org/programs.html

**Online sign ups available: links can be found on our website

 

 

Oaks of the Central Sierra: Care & Preservation Workshop in Placerville - Thurs August 15



Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Save BIG on Carnival Tickets and Fair Admission. Avoid the line, get your Wine Tasting tickets NOW!

Amador County Fair
 



Save BIG on Carnival Tickets and Fair Admission. Avoid the line, get your Wine Tasting tickets NOW!
If you have kids who can’t get enough of the carnival rides at the Amador County Fair, July 25-28, now is the time to save money on advance-sale wristbands. You can save on the cost of carnival rides by purchasing discount tickets or wristbands in advance. The Fair has a number of opportunities that make it a bit more affordable and save time when you buy your Fair and Carnival tickets early using their e-ticket system. Purchases can also be made through the Fair office.
A $20 coupon purchased by Wednesday July 24 can be exchanged for an unlimited ride wristband, good for any one day, that can be used from noon - 7:00 pm. During the Fair, ride tickets will cost $1 each and rides take three to five tickets each. Carnival hours are noon until Fair closes each day, except Thursday when limited rides will open following the Kids Parade. The carnival also provides one complimentary ride ticket for kids who participate in the parade.
In addition to selling discounted Fair admission and carnival rides, advance purchases can also be made for the annual Wine Tasting event on Friday July 26th starting at 7pm. This year’s venue features over 30 wineries from around Amador County. A wonderful assortment of appetizers will be served that will pair nicely with the wide variety of wines poured during the evening. You’ll also get a commemorative wine glass to take home with you.
ANYONE BORN IN 1938 OR EARLIER GETS INTO THE FAIR FOR FREE. JUST SHOW YOUR ID AND HAVE A GREAT TIME AT THE AMADOR COUNTY FAIR’S 75TH ANNIVERSARY.
For more information and to order tickets, visit www.AmadorCountyFair.com or call (209) 245-6921.


Click On the Links Below:
 
 

Friday, July 12, 2013

Amador County Recreation Agency (ACRA) Update - Events, Classes & Activities

Amador County Recreation Agency call 223-6349
 **Summer Sizzle…Mollie Joyce…Saturday August 31st 1-7pm
**Zumba at the Hub…Every Tuesday evening…$7 general…$5 students…cash or check at the door.
**Photography Classes with Jeannine.
**Catch your Creative Spirit with Shirley Jones July 21,28 & Aug 4th.
**Bingo every 1st, 3rd , and 5th Mondays of the month, at the HUB, Jackson.
**Sutter Creek Lions Club Pig Feed…Saturday, August 24th…$25.
**CPR & First-Aid…July 27th…at the HUB…
Major Events
**Splash & Swim Bear River…AQUATHLON,Saturday, September 7th
** Tri Amador October 6th (Sunday) - Triathlon at Lake Camanche this year, more details to come.
                                                    SPORTS
**Church Softball League… Pioneer…starts August 19th
**Adult Co-Ed Volleyball League…Argonaut High…starts..Aug. 4th
**Men’s Basketball League…Amador High…starts September 29th.
**ACARA's  1st ever home run Derby.....Pioneer Park....one day....Aug.12th.                                  
Community Briefs
Summer Sizzle at Mollie Joyce Park
Saturday, August 31st 1-7pm.
Family Fun for all.
Pulled Pork Sandwiches, BBQd Corn on the Cob, Beer and Wine,
Cotton Candy and Carnival Food,  Movie Showing, Bounce House,
Dunk Tank, Watermelon eating contest, Snow Cones, Water balloon toss, Potato sack races.
$25 per family, includes 25 activity tickets. $10 individual…includes 10 activity tickets.
Proceeds go towards park maintenance…
Call ACRA for more info…223-6349

Dinner Fundraiser for Nina-Cherrie Dudak
Tri  tip Dinner, Raffle & Auction
Recently diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma,
Contributions may be made to the “Nina Dudak Medical Fund”
at any Umpqua Bank.
Music by Dj Dean
July 20th, 2013
Sutter Creek Auditorium $25.00 per person.
Doors Open at 6 pm
Dinner Served at 7pm
No Host Bar
Tickets Sold at Swensen’s Shoe Store & Amador County Rec. Agency

Outdoor Cinema
July 19th How to Train Your Dragon (PG)…Aime Field, Jackson
August 15th Grown Ups (PG-13)…Plymouth Park
August 30th 007: Skyfall (PG-13)…Mollie Joyce Park
September 19th Star Wars: A New Hope (PG)…Plymouth Park
September 27th Bridesmaids (R) … Howard Park, Ione
October 11th The Hunger Games (PG) Provis Park, Sutter Creek
$5…single   $20…Family
Films Begin at Dark
Snacks and Drinks Available for purchase
Call ACRA at 223-6349

“Tri  Amaodor”
**Triathlon in Beautiful Amador County”
Sunday October 6, 2013
Swim – Lake Camanche
Bike – The beautiful hills of Buena Vista
Run – The lake view China Gulch Trail
**Awards presented to the top finishers
And age group winners!
Sprint…$70 individual, $95 relay, check in 6:30, Race starts 8:30
Olympic…$85 individual, $125 relay, check in 6:30, race starts 7:30
** Free T- shirts & swim cap! ..Shirt guaranteed for sign ups by Sept. 6th.
No race day sign ups…no refunds.
Registration on line at Active.com or contact ACRA at 209-223-6349.



Splash & Swim
Amador County’s Recreations first AQUATHLON…Swim & Run Race at Bear River Reservoir….One mile across-lake swim and two mile run. You won’t find a more beautiful place to challenge yourself in this fun multi-sport event.
$45 participation fee.
Call Jessie at ACRA 223-6349 or go to our website at www.goacra.org and facebook.com/goacra
Catch your Creative Spirit and discover what moves you to greater heights.
This is a 3 part series…July 21st,28th and Aug 4th,2-5pm at the HUB ages 13+
Shirley Jones will be sharing with you a truly inspiring slide show… moving you through a journey of universal connections.
Try your hand at creating significant symbols and tangram deeply connected to who you are…
Check out Shirley’s website…www.coreinsightmethods.com
Call ACRA for more details…Cost $50

Photography with Jeannine …Private lessons, 2,3,or 4hrs…($60, $90, $120)
Call ACRA for details…223-6349

Sutter Creek Lions Club Famous Pig Feed, 2nd Annual
Saturday, August 24
Sutter Creek Auditorium, 18 Main St.
5:30 pm No Host Bar – 6:30 Dinner
(No outside Alcohol permitted
Must be present to win Door prize.
$25.00 (No refunds)
Snack Mix, Pulled Pork, Beans, Cole Slaw, Baked Potato Casserole, Bread Roll, Ice Cream for dessert…And lots of fun!!!
Catered by Dickey’s Barbeque Pit..
Contact Francine Pogue…email…pigfeed@yahoo.com

Church Softball League Co-ed
Monday nights…Starting August 19th
Mollie Joyce Park in Pioneer
Games start at  6pm Managers Meeting August 5th…6pm at the ACRA office.
Cost: $350 Per Team…
Call John at ACRA…223-6349
Adult Co-ed Volley ball League
4 on 4
Argonaut High
Sundays Starting August 4th at 4:00pm
Cost :  $225
Manager’s Meeting: Sunday July 21st at 4 pm.
Call ACRA…223-6349
Mens Basketball League
Sunday Nights at Amador High
10 week league
$500 Per Team
Players Meeting: Wednesday Sept.11
Starts…First game Sunday Sept. 29th.
Call John at ACRA…223-6349

ACRA's 1st EVER HOME RUN DERBY!
During the first week of the Playoffs...
Held at Pioneer park...August 12th at 7:15pm
In between the playoff games.
Coat is $20 per hitter
Prize for the winner!
Prizes for hitting the targets
Live Announcer
Hambergers, Hot Dogs and Drinks
Call ACRA...223-6349



Check out our website for additional details: http://www.goacra.org/programs.html
**Online sign ups available: links can be found on our website

Judging for Fair Exhibits starts on July 20


If you had great plans for winning a blue ribbon or two at the Amador County Fair, entry forms had to be turned in by July 6, and now is the time to pull together all those projects, preserves, and recipes and to get your green thumb going in those gardens for the best blooms and vegetable crops.

Showing off your handiwork, preserves, art and photography, garden produce, flowers, jewelry and more in hopes of winning a blue ribbon is a tradition for many Amador County families.  According to Diane Bennett, Creative Arts' exhibits supervisor one creative woman, Doris Helms, has been entering everything from preserves to needle arts for more than half a century.  In 2011 she was honored with a Blue Ribbon Award from the Western Fairs Association.

Most exhibit categories at the Amador County Fair are due at the Fairgrounds between Saturday July 20 and Tuesday July 23.  Fresh flowers and garden produce are not due until opening day of the Fair, July 25. Judging commences on July 21 depending on the category. Homemade and commercial wines and beer have already been received.

The complete receiving and judging schedule is in the Exhibitors Handbook which is available online at www.AmadorCountyFair.com  or call the Fair office entry department at 209-245-6921.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Save Money, Save Seats, Save Time with Amador County Fair’s Advance Ticket Sales


If you have kids who can’t get enough of the carnival rides at the Amador County Fair, July 25-28, now is the time to save money on advance-sale wristbands. And anyone who has stood in line for an hour to buy Destruction Derby tickets the day of the event only to hear they have sold out, will appreciate the convenience of ordering a reserved seat on-line. The Fair has a number of opportunities that make it a bit more affordable and save time when you buy your Fair and Carnival tickets early using their e-ticket system. Purchases can also be made through the Fair office.

In addition to selling discounted Fair admission and carnival rides, advance purchases can also be made for the annual Wine Tasting event on Friday and the Grandstand events. Seating for the Destruction Derby, which is often a sell-out, will be all reserved seating in both the grandstands and the bleachers.  General admission seating is offered for the Truck Pulls on Friday and there is reserved plus general admission seating for the Rodeo on Saturday.

You can save on the cost of carnival rides by purchasing discount tickets or wristbands in advance. A $20 coupon purchased by Wednesday July 24 can be exchanged for an unlimited ride wristband, good for any one day, that can be used from noon - 7:00 pm. During the Fair, ride tickets will cost $1 each and rides take three to five tickets each.

Carnival hours are noon until Fair closes each day, except Thursday when limited rides will open following the Kids Parade. The carnival also provides one complimentary ride ticket for kids who participate in the parade.

For more information and to order tickets, visit www.amadorcountyfair.com or call 209 245-6921.




Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Amador County Fair: Buy Your Grandstand Events Early!




Buy your grandstand event tickets early and save time and money. And, come early and check out the FREE entertainment.

Anyone who has stood in line for an hour to buy Destruction Derby tickets the day of the event only to hear they have sold out, will appreciate the convenience of ordering a reserved seat on-line. The Fair has a number of opportunities that make it a bit more affordable and save time when you buy your Fair and Carnival tickets early using their e-ticket system. Purchases can also be made through the Fair office. Plus, we’ve got FREE entertainment all over the fairgrounds. Be sure and check out our headliners at the Blue Moon Picnic Hill Stage: the Money Band plays at 7 and 9pm; the Spazmatics play at 8 and 10pm on Friday; Herrick plays at 8 and 10pm on Saturday; and Maxx Cabello Jr. plays at 7:30 and 9:30pm on Sunday.


ANYONE BORN IN 1938 OR EARLIER GETS INTO THE FAIR FOR FREE. JUST SHOW YOUR ID AND HAVE A GREAT TIME AT THE AMADOR COUNTY FAIR’S 75TH ANNIVERSARY.
For more information and to order tickets, visit www.amadorcountyfair.com or call (209) 245-6921.


Click the links below to buy tickets or get more info:

 
© Amador County Fair

Monday, July 8, 2013

Play Day / Non-Judged Horse Show - Sat July 20

With Amador County Fair fast approaching, Laughton Ranch and Cassie Havill Horse Training has decided to host a play-day for riders and horses! It is a NON-JUDGED “mock horse show” to help prepare for fair, but mainly to get out and have some fun!

-All ages welcome.
-July 20th at the Laughton Ranch. Sign in at 10am.
-$50 per rider (includes lunch and participation in any/all events)
Classes: Lead Line, Ranch Pleasure, Trail, Novice Reining, Ranch Reining, Ranch Cutting, Barrel Racing, Pole Bending
Extra: bobbing for apple race

To RSVP Please Call Cassie Havill at 209-419-3488 or email at cassie@cassiehavillhorsetraining.com




Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Master Gardeners:Fruit Tree Pruning Clinic - Sat July 20


Have you always pruned your fruit trees in the dormant season? Are you a novice and not sure about the best way to prune your fruit trees. Would you like to get control and shape your trees for easier maintenance? If so, join Amador County Master Gardeners at a free fruit tree pruning clinic and receive instruction, hands-on experience, and answers to your questions.


You will learn about late summer and fall pruning, the practice now recommended by UC Cooperative Extension based on extensive research.

The class, open to the public, begins at 9am at the County GSA Building, 12200B Airport Road in Jackson. We will then travel a short distance for hands-on pruning. Bring your pruning shears and lopper if you have them. If not, there will be extras.

For questions, call the Master Gardeners at the UC Cooperative Extension Office from 10am to noon, Tuesday through Thursday, 223-6838 or email mgamador@ucdavis.edu

July is Parks & Recreation Month - ACRA

**JULY IS PARKS & RECREATION MONTH**
Enter our contest and win!
1 winner will receive a family season pass to our outdoor cinema movie line up and 1 winner will receive afamily pass to our Summer Sizzle

Sign me up!  How to win:
"Like" our business page on Facebook: 

Contest ends July 31st

Have you already liked our business page?  No problem, all people who have liked our page prior to now will be entered in the contest.  Names of those who have liked our page will be drawn at random and winners will be announced August 1st.

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NEW:  Summer Sizzle, Saturday August 31st 
See Flier Attached. Outdoor movie, food&drinks, carnival games and more! @Mollie Joyce Park
NEW:  Bear River Aquathlon, Saturday September 7th
See Flier Attached.  1 mile swim, 2 mile run @ Bear River Reservoir
It's Back:  Outdoor Cinema Summer Line-up
See PDF attachment.  First movie July 19th.  Located at various Amador County Parks.  Single Admission $5, Family $20
 
 

Cannonball Run Car Show in Volcano - Sat July 6



 Come and join the fun at the Cannonball Run Car Show in Volcano, California. The event is from 7am to 3pm. The event features classic cars and muscle cars, an Independence Day Parade, arts and crafts, 10th Anniversary Plaque Dedication for the Thomas Starr King Bell, raffle prizes and the historic Poker Walk through Volcano.

Then rest a spell after viewing the car show and enjoy some great music!  Join Route 88 Band at the St. George Hotel for "Music In The Garden".  Route 88's diverse selection of music includes southern rock, smooth jazz, blues, soft rock, country, classic rock, blues rock, reggae, rock and roll and oldies. Cool drinks and BBQ will be available for purchase 11am to 3pm.

And the door opens at 6:30pm for picnic dining at the Volcano Amphitheatre and then 8:00pm showing of "Boeing Boeing".  "Boeing-Boeing" is an uproarious jet-propelled comedy. Bernard, a successful architect play boy, thinks he can easily juggle his three flight attendant fiancees. It's all a question of timing and a little help from his trusted housekeeper who reluctantly plays romantic air traffic controller.