Events Calendar for Incline Village, Sept 26 – Oct 6

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Wed Sept 26  
10am – 1pm NTHC Yom Kippur Service
7000 Latone Avenue, Tahoe Vista, CA
Join North Tahoe Hebrew Congregation for High Holy Days. Full schedule on our webpage. All are welcome! Contact [email protected] or 539-546-0895
4 – 4:45pm     Multicultural Story Time
Incline Village Library
Multicultural stories, songs, and crafts. Part of the Community Read Events.
Contact [email protected], 775-832-4130

 

Thurs Sept 27  
6:30 – 9pm Fireside Chat with Local Veterans
Sierra Nevada College – TCES 139-141
The Stories We Carry: Vietnam to Afghanistan. Join us for a fascinating panel discussion with eight veterans from the wars in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
Community Read Events
775-881-7511

 

Fri Sept 28  
2 – 3:30pm     Incline Middle School & Lake Tahoe School Invitational Cross Country meet
IMS is hosting a cross country meet with middle schools from South Tahoe, Carson and Reno. Give community support as our middle schoolers are having a super successful season! Contact 775.832.4220 or [email protected]
6 – 9pm Tahoe Adventure Film Festival – Road Tour 2012
The world’s best adventure sports film of the year. Proceeds benefit the Carson Valley Arts Council. Contact [email protected] or 775-782-8207
7:30pm Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
The Nevada Opera presents Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Purchase tickets at Pioneer Center’s website www.pioneercenter.com or call Janette at the Opera office at (775) 786-4046, M-F, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

 

Sat Sept 29  
10am – 2pm Tahoe Forest Stewardship Day
Join the League to Save Lake Tahoe for this year’s volunteer event featuring forest and riparian restoration projects including trail restoration, small forest fuels removal, river bank restoration, and sugar pine plantings. Volunteers of all ages and abilities welcome to participate. Please RSVP to [email protected] or call 530-541-5388 for more information.
10am – 2pm Second Annual TFS Bowl For Families
The Bowl for Families Event will be a day filled with prizes, food, and fun for all participants. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Tahoe Family Solutions (TFS) in the Tahoe Basin area by supporting TFS’ programs which include a summer camp for kids, affordable personal and family counseling on a sliding scale, and homework help for kids at Incline Elementary School. If you have any questions, or to register a team, call the TFS office at 775-298-0004.
3pm Peak of the Rim Harvest Moon Hike
Enjoy vistas of Lake Tahoe and Tahoe Meadows at destination atop Relay Peak – at 10,338′ the high point on the Tahoe Rim Trail. Enjoy dinner as you take in the panoramic 360 degree views. Arrive just in time to watch the sun set far to the west and the moon rise to the east.
Contact: [email protected], 775-298-0231

 

Sun Sept 30  
2pm Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
The Nevada Opera presents Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Purchase tickets at Pioneer Center’s website www.pioneercenter.com or call Janette at the Opera office at (775) 786-4046, M-F, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

 

Mon Oct 1  
2:30pm Cooking at the Castle
Learn to cook like a pro in a Castle-in-the-Sky fundraiser for Thunderbird Lake Tahoe. Seating limited. Contact: [email protected], 775-832-8752
Tues Oct 2  
4 – 7pm Erika Gillette – The American Response to Vietnamese Buddhism
Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences 139-141, Sierra Nevada College. Part of the Community Read Events. Contact Librarian Betts Markle at [email protected]

 

Wed Oct 3  
3:30 – 4:30pm Open Water Food Web Dynamics in Lake Tahoe
UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center, Sierra Nevada College. Dr. Dave Beauchamp will share what is known about Lake trout, Kokanee salmon and Mysid shrimp interactions in the open water (pelagic zone) of Lake Tahoe based on past research and will also describe the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service efforts to fill in information gaps related to the Kokanee salmon, Mysid shrimp, and Lake Tahoe zooplankton. He will describe the influence of seasonal cha nges in environmental conditions, food supply, predation and competition. No-Host bar at 5:30. Contact [email protected] or 775 881 7560

 

Thurs Oct 4  
4pm The Things They Carried discussion
Incline Village Public Library. A discussion of The Things They Carried by author Tim O’Brien. Part of the Community Read Events.
Contact [email protected], 775-832-4130
6 – 9pm 8th Annual Passport to Dining
North Tahoe Business Association’s All-You-Can-Eat fundraiser. Tastings form over 25 restaurants, wineries, breweries and distilleries. More information

 

Fri Oct 5  
2-4pm     Lifescapes
Incline Village Library
Every 1st and 3rd Fridays of the month
775-832-4130

 

Sat Oct 6  
8am – 2pm Fall Colors on the Flume Trail
Fall is the best time to hike the Flume Trail and enjoy fall colors above Lake Tahoe. This hike will climb up steep Tunnel Creek Road, but the views will be worth it as we follow the rolling terrain on the Flume Trail. We will turn around when the group has had its fill of beauty and then enjoy a downward journey back to our starting point. Don’t forget your camera!
Contact: [email protected], 775-298-0231
5:30 – 8:30pm Mystery Dinner Theater
Annual Mystery Dinner Fundraiser: Billiban’s Island, Directed by Sandra Irvin. Live auction, Silent auction, Raffle Prizes and Door Prizes. All proceeds will be used to help establish a science room where kids and parents alike can discover the wonder of science through scienctific discovery.
Contact 775-884-2226 for more information.