Incline Village community announcements
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Bowl Incline to celebrate 25th
Bowl Incline will celebrate their 25th anniversary under current management on Saturday, June 22, beginning at noon. The celebration will consist of drink and bowling specials, live music with local favorite band Jacked Up and a complimentary barbecue by Brimm’s Catering. The Waldman/Wegener families greatly appreciate the support of the Tahoe community, and their long-time, loyal employees and would like to say “thank you.”
Bowl Incline opened for business in October, 1965 as Tahoe Forest Bowl. Incline Village General Improvement District later purchased the facility and changed the name to Bowl Incline. The late Sam Waldman and his wife Lorri purchased Bowl Incline in June of 1988. Their son David managed the center until 1998. The center is currently owned and operated by Sam and Lorri’s daughter Mindy and her husband Curt Wegener. Curt and Mindy moved to Incline Village and became involved with the family business in June, 1992.
Vote for Most Beautiful Drive in America
Known to many as the “Most Beautiful Drive in America,” Lake Tahoe’s East Shore drive is in the running to be a featured location in Season Two of the American Detours web series. For the rest of this month voters will determine where the American Detours crew will be headed next. One voter will even win a $2,500 gift card. To cast your vote visit the American Collectors Insurance Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/americancollectors. Voting ends July 1, 2013 at 11:59 a.m., EST.
Toccata’s Summer Solstice Serenade
Tahoe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will kick off its 8th Summer MusicFest with “TOCCATA-Summer Solstice Serenade” concert series June 20-25. The program opens with Vivaldi’s seldom performed Concerto for Two Horns in F major, RV 538, with Bruce Kanzelmeyer and Lori Roy as soloists, and continues with guest flutist Josue Casillas performing CPE Bach’s Concerto in D minor. Organist David Brock will interpret Josef Reinberger’s Concerto for Organ in F major, and performs as continuo player for J.S. Bach’s Cantata BWV 82 Ich habe genung, featuring tenor Daniel Paulson. Maestro James Rawie will conduct all performances.
The performances are Thursday June 20, 7 p.m. at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, 341 Village Blvd., Incline Village; Friday, June 21, 7 p.m. at Trinity Church, 200 Island Ave., Reno and Tuesday, June 25, 7 p.m., St. Theresa Church, 1041 Lyons Ave., South Lake Tahoe.
Tickets are available at the door or http://www.ToccataTahoe.com. General admission is $25 adults, $20 seniors, $5 students aged 19 to 23 with valid ID. Preferred seating is $35 and $15 for youth/students. Youth under 19 years of age are admitted free, in non-reserved seating, to most regular season concerts in 2013. All performances are supported by the Kling Family Foundation.
TOCCATA’s 8th Season Summer MusicFest continues with the celebration of TOCCATA’s 8th Anniversary, July 7-14 featuring Mozart’s Coronation Mass, Saint-Saens Piano Concerto #2 and Beethoven’s 8th Symphony. For more information or preferred seating, email ToccataTahoe@gmail.com, call 775-313-9697, or visit http://www.ToccataTahoe.com.
Incline Village Library News
Display cases: Tahoe Rim Trail. Online Resource of the Month is Rocket Languages: Language learning online with your library card. Rocket Languages is an award-wining, interactive, and comprehensive language learning system. Interactive online and downloadable lessons, games, and more. Complete language learning programs for 10 languages as well as ESL. Through Aug. 31, 2013 Summer Reading Program. “Dig Into Reading” for younger children, “Beneath the Surface” for teens, and “Groundbreaking Reads” for adults. Sign up at any public library. Readers keep track of their reading and earn rewards. There will also be programs for kids and families. All programs are free of charge. June 20, 4-5 p.m. The Great Sparacino: Magic by Bill. Be captivated by Bill “The Great Sparacino,” blending sleight of hand, comedy and music. June 22 and 29, noon-1 p.m. E-book Cafe. Bring your mobile devices (smart phone, e-reader or tablet) and receive hands-on assistance to download audio and e-books. June 21, 2-4 p.m. Lifescapes. Writing program where seniors are given an opportunity to write and share their memories. New members welcome. Lifescapes is a project sponsored by the Washoe County Library System (WCLS), Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), and the Dept. of English, UNR. June 26, 4-4:45 p.m. Story Time. Children of all ages are welcome at story time for stories, songs, games, and crafts. June 27, 1-2 p.m. Young scientists practice chemistry and physics. Target audience: Ages 8-12, limited to 28 participants. June 30, 4-5 p.m. Sustainable Tahoe: The 8 Worlds of Tahoe. Join Jacquie Chandler, executive director of Sustainable Tahoe, for an overview of the Tahoe Expo. The 2013 Tahoe Expo will take place on Sept. 7 and 8. Visit http://www.washoecountylibrary.us. Incline Village Library, 845 Alder Ave., Incline Village, 775-832-4130.
Parasol Open House
Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation invites the community to celebrate 17 years of community on Thursday, June 20, 4:30-7 p.m. at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Non-Profit Center. Hors d’oeuvres, ice cream by Susie Scoops and refreshments will be served during the Open House. They will honor Community Fund Grant recipients, the Philanthropist of the Year and Agency of the Year. Award presentations and raffle will begin at 6 p.m. For more information contact Jean Eick, communications manager at email@example.com or call 775-298-0184.
Library Patrons, Partner for a Periodical
Have a favorite hobby? Love to read about exotic destinations? The Washoe County Library offers an annual opportunity for the public to make sure popular and favorite periodicals are available. Patrons can partner with the library by “adopting” a periodical — paying for a one-year subscription. The “Adopt a Periodical” drive start runs through Aug. 11, 2013. Visit your neighborhood library and ask to see a list of magazine titles. Make your selection, fill out a gift form and write a check. The “sponsored” magazines will begin arriving at the library by January 2014. Donations are tax-deductible. Magazine subscriptions cost as little as $15 per year and cover a wide range of subjects – everything from Brides, Cat Fancy, Field & Stream and Ladies Home Journal to National Geographic, Nickelodeon, Skiing and Seventeen. Donors wishing to contribute larger amounts may choose to underwrite a business publication such as Value Line or Barron’s National Business and Financial Weekly. Specific needs vary by branch.
For further information please ask at your local library, call 775-327-8338 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
UC Davis Tahoe Docent Training
Do you enjoy science, learning new information, and sharing your knowledge? Would you like to become a local expert on research taking place at Lake Tahoe? Attend the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center’s 2013 Docent Training. Community volunteers are needed to give tours at education centers in Incline Village and Tahoe City. Free training prepares volunteer docents for the Education Team. Snacks will be provided at each session. Copy of the UC Davis Docent Training Manual provided. No prior experience is necessary. The third training on July 9, starts with a boat ride aboard the UC Davis Research Vessel John LeConte, finishing at the UC Davis Tahoe City Field Station. Space aboard the boat is limited and will be available on a first-come basis. Attendance at all three training sessions is strongly recommended. RSVP for the training at 775-881-7566 or e-mail email@example.com.
North Lake Tahoe Fourth of July Celebration
Catch any of three lakeside fireworks displays at Kings Beach (July 3), Incline Village (July 4), or Tahoe City (July 4) by night. For a full list of events, go towww.gotahoenorth.com.
Fireworks and Party in Kings Beach, July 3. Kick the afternoon off with a beach party starting at 2 p.m. at the North Tahoe Event Center deck that includes a DJ, live music, food, beer garden and vendors. Then, at approximately 9:30 p.m. the skies light up with a dazzling fireworks display over Lake Tahoe. The fireworks are free to the public.
Red White and Tahoe Blue. Incline Village’s Independence Day festival since 2007, Red, White and Tahoe Blue has 28 events in Incline Village and Crystal Bay, including a parade and concerts and one of the nation’s best fireworks displays July 4 at Incline Beach.
Fireworks at Tahoe City, July 4. Fireworks begin at dusk on Commons Beach in downtown Tahoe City, but can be viewed from various locations around the Northwest shore. Arrive early to picnic.
Fourth of July Boat Parade, West Shore, July 4. Join the parade of Tahoe Maritime Museum members’ boats, led by boats from the museum’s collection, leaving Commons Beach at noon on a cruise down the West Shore to Obexer’s Marina, Homewood.
Guitar Is A Many Flavored Thing
The Seventh International Sierra Nevada Guitar Festival and Competition gears up to bring a five-day full immersion in the art of the guitar at Lake Tahoe, July 10-14. Festival attendees will have the opportunity to listen to an array of guitar music styles ranging from classical to contemporary, Gypsy jazz and Cuban, performed and taught by local and international virtuosos, including Exaudi Duo, Mobius Trio, Gonzalo Bergara Quartet, Yuri Liberzon and Matthew Fish. They’ll also be able to take part to workshops and lectures, check out the latest in luthier’s handcrafted instruments. All events take place at St.Patrick’s Episcopal, Incline Village.
The Sierra Nevada Guitar Festival At Lake Tahoe is the premier organization presenting Classical Guitar Concerts, Festivals and Educational Events in Northern Nevada, Lake Tahoe and Walnut Creek. For more information visit http://www.sierraguitar.org.
Lake Tahoe Music Festival in the Works
Thanks to all the kind words and support from friends and patrons, the Lake Tahoe Music Festival Board of Directors has a renewed energy and a new plan. Presenting four concerts this summer, the Festival will return to its grass roots and will revitalize and reinvent tradition at Lake Tahoe. On July 9, 10, 12 and 13, music lovers will enjoy outdoor classical music in spectacular settings around the Lake and in Truckee.
Returning Music Director Timm Rolek, has put together the Orchestra Academy consisting of a recognized soloist who will mentor 14 young professionals as they present four evenings of “Serenades at Sunset.” To enjoy this “revival” lineup of performances purchase tickets at http://www.tahoemusic.org or cash will be accepted at the gate. Call the West Shore Café at 530-525-5200, and they will prepare your picnic basket or save you a spot for an unforgettable dinner prior to the concert on July 12. The price of the ticket for the July 9 concert at a private residence includes barbecue picnic and champagne. Donations to support and continue the Lake Tahoe Music Festival are greatly appreciated and may be mailed to Lake Tahoe Music Festival, PO Box 7, Truckee, CA 96160, or on the website. Interested volunteers should call 530-388-8272. Take chairs and blankets for picnics prior to the concert. Gates open 5 p.m. and concerts begin at 6:30 p.m.
D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare
Bring a little culture and lots of memorable moments into your family’s life with a family-riendly, one-hour performance adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” presented as part of the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival’s D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare Program. The 2013 D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare production, an adaptation of the Festival’s mainstage offering, is designed with the young audience member in mind and runs July 29-Aug. 8 at Sand Harbor State Park in Incline Village and a variety of other outdoor venues throughout the Reno and Lake Tahoe region.
Now in its 12th year, the D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare Program has entertained more than 50,000 children and their families over its history. Each year, the program affords aspiring young actors the opportunity to work with theater artists in a professional environment and perform at multiple venues. Over a four-week period, with eight-hour days, the students receive hands-on experience in acting, movement, voice and stage craft. In addition to the student performers, the cast also includes professional actors, designers and stage managers.
To reserve free Young Shakespeare tickets call 800-74-SHOWS. Visit http://www.LakeTahoeShakespeare.com. Groups of 10 or more call 775-832-1616.
Lake Tahoe SummerFest to Celebrate Orchestral Music
New and returning visitors to Lake Tahoe can once again enjoy compelling musical performances among the majestic pines at the Lake Tahoe SummerFest 2013, Aug. 2-18 on the campus of Sierra Nevada College in Incline Village.
The Lake Tahoe SummerFest Orchestra is comprised of 40 virtuoso musicians individually invited from the great orchestras of North America and beyond – the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the symphonies of San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, and the Leipzig Gewandhaus, among others. This summer, Maestro Joel Revzen will be joined by six renowned soloists including: Frederica von Stade, mezzo soprano; Jennifer Koh, violinist; Benjamin Hochman, pianist; Meredith Clark, harpist; Demarre McGill, flutist; Chris Brubeck, composer and trombonist. “We are so pleased to continue the magic created by last year’s inaugural SummerFest concert series,” said Madylon Meiling, Lake Tahoe SummerFest founder and chair. “In the same intimate concert environment, we’re adding ‘TalkBack,’ an opportunity for post-concert discussions with Maestro Revzen and the musicians.”
From Beethoven to Brubeck, classical music will once again be celebrated. A 500-seat acoustically designed concert tent will offer pure sound without amplification, and tiered seating for unencumbered sightlines. The concert evening will be enhanced by featured local food and select wines.
SummerFest Concerts will be held the weekends of Aug. 2-4, Aug. 9-11 and Aug. 16-18. Orchestra programs are Friday evenings at 7 p.m., and family concerts are Sunday afternoons at 4 p.m., with musical selections for adults and children to enjoy together. On Saturday evenings at 7 p.m., chamber music concerts highlight the virtuosity of individual orchestra members performing in an intimate setting.
Individual ticket prices are $75, $50 and $25. A VIP Subscription for all nine concerts with premium seating includes a reception with Maestro Revzen and members of the orchestra and keepsake mementos. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.tahoesummerfest.org, or call 775-832-1606. Find them on Facebook at Facebook.com/LakeTahoeSummerFest.
Tickets Available 2013 Lake Tahoe Concours d’ Elegance
Tickets are now available online for the 2013 Lake Tahoe Concours d’ Elegance Wooden Boat Show and all social events in honor of Wooden Boat Week. The Lake Tahoe Concours d’ Elegance will celebrate its 41st anniversary Aug. 9-10 at the Sierra Boat Company in Carnelian Bay, Calif., with the Alan Furth Collection as this year’s Marque Class.
Discounted rates are available when purchased in advance online. Wooden Boat Week social events such as the Opening Night Gala, have limited seating and tend to sell out early. The Foundation suggests purchasing tickets for all such social events in advance to guarantee availability. Visit http://www.laketahoeconcours.com.
Woodie Over the Bottom, Aug. 12, 9 am. This year the Tahoe Yacht Club to present fun time and distance rally and lunch is open to all wooden boat owners. Event at Sugar Pine Point Sate Park Pier. Ticket includes race, two lunch tickets and two drink tickets. No Host Bar and live Music!
Mahogany Magic, Aug. 13, 6:30 p.m. One last get-together of Wooden Boat Week, lakeside under the stars, starting with the famous “table setting”competition! Bring an appetizer, salad or desert to share and bring a blanket or camp chairs for the slide show at dusk. Free beer and wine. Contact Tahoe Yacht Club for more information at 530-581-4700.
Help Save The Whittell Waterfalls
Win a dinner cruise aboard the Thunderbird Yacht and save a piece of Lake Tahoe history. Having raised $260,000 to date, the nonprofit Thunderbird Lodge Preservation Society needs $40,000 to begin restoration of the Whittell Waterfalls at Lake Tahoe’s Castle-in-the-Sky: the Thunderbird Lodge. The Preservation Society will raffle an exclusive evening.
Two lucky winners may each send a party of six for a “Secrets of the Castle Tour,” followed by an east shore cocktail cruise on the 55’ mahogany speedboat, Thunderbird, and a three-course dinner on the terrace with wine pairings.
Tickets must be purchased by June 30. The two winning tickets will be drawn on July 1, 2013. A minimum of 100 tickets must be sold for the drawing to take place. No more than 400 entries will be permitted. Wealthy and eccentric Captain George Whittell, Jr. built his summer estate on Lake Tahoe’s east shore in the 1930s. The Thunderbird Lodge Preservation Society is restoring the waterfalls to their former glory.
Visit http://www.ThunderbirdTahoe.org or call 775-832-8752 to make your donation and purchase raffle tickets.
New to Incline or the North Shore?
Meet other newcomers as well as long-time residents eager to welcome you over coffee and treats from IV Coffee Lab and other area businesses. First Saturday of each month, 10 a.m.-noon, at the eLearning Café in Raley’s Center, next door to Azzara’s. RSVP to Stacy Lippert at firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief summary telling a little about yourself. Maximum 10 new residents each month to ensure they get to know each of you. Residents interested in welcoming newcomers, please join in. Incline businesses, clubs or organizations with information to share? Take 10 sets of information to the Café by the first of each month for a welcome basket of Incline information. Volunteer assistance appreciated in welcoming new residents. Questions? eLearning Café, 775-831-2423.
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