Incline Village Community Notes: March 23, 2016 |

Incline Village Community Notes: March 23, 2016

Now that spring has arrived, it is that time of year where we can experience many different kinds of weather conditions in one day — rain, snow and sunshine. It also is a holiday weekend at Tahoe. Lots of activities and events for kids and family gatherings are going to happen all around the village. Happy Easter to all!

The annual Dummy Downhill is Saturday, April 2, at Diamond Peak. This is a local tradition and favorite event. Participants build a dummy on skis (or a snowboard) that gets launched off a big jump on Show-Off and spectators can view the action from the Base Lodge Deck. This features lots of carnage and is fun for all ages.

Join the Sierra Nevada College Choir, under the direction of Donna Axton, for its spring concert, Puccini, on Thursday, April 7, and Saturday, April 9, at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. Tickets are available at Potlatch and Handmade at the Lake in Incline Village, at The Store in Tahoe City or from chorus members before the concert and at the door. For information contact Donna Axton at 775-881-7586.

The Incline Star Follies will be held Friday, April 22, and Saturday, April 23, at the Incline High School Theater. Tickets will be available in April. Watch for more information soon.

Save the date for the Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation Community Table on Friday, Sept. 9. This annual food and wine event is held at the Shakespeare Ranch in Glenbrook and features a guest chef. Watch for more details in April.

I have birthdays to report this week: Kristina Hill on March 24 and Natalie Tiras on March 29. Happy Birthday!

The Deal or Steal for this week is the annual Spring Eggstravaganza Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 26, at the Incline Tennis Center. Youth 11 and under are invited to participate in this free community tradition that beings at 10:30 a.m. with photos with the Easter Bunny. Do not come late as the hunt begins at 11 a.m.

As always send in your birthdays, anniversaries and news, along with the best deals or steals you can find, before 5 p.m. on Tuesday to

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