Incline Village notes: Saturday party at St. Patrick’s highlights upcoming events
Special to the Bonanza
It time to bring out the green for St. Patrick’s day, and to help, St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church is sponsoring a St. Patrick’s Day Party from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, March 14. Enjoy a traditional Irish meal, music and dancers from the Blanchette School of Irish Dancers and scavenger hunt for the “Pot of Gold” to entertain the wee ones. For information, visit http://www.tahoeepiscopal.org or call 775-831-1418.
The Tahoe Nevada Chapter of American Association of University Women will hold its monthly dinner Wednesday, March 18, at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Non-Profit Center. Speakers from The Nevada Women’s History Project will do a Chautauqua presentation on two women who were influential in the early days of statehood. To RSVP, contact Abby Kirst at sunhog4@aolcom or 775-742-4358 no later than Monday, March 16.
Starting Monday, March 16, tickets will be on sale for the Monday, Aug. 10, Nando Parrado presentation. Tahoe Family Solutions be hosting this special event during the Monday night performances at the Shakespeare venue at Sand Harbor. Visit http://www.tahoefamily.org for tickets or call 775-298-0004.
Get your tickets at the Potlatch now for Star Follies. The annual fundraiser supporting incline schools is March 20 and 21 at Incline High School.
Incline High School is hosting a free college planning night at 6 p.m. on March 25 at Gus’ pen Pit BBQ. The meeting will highlight how families can take the stress out of the college admissions process, how parents can best support their students and how students can attract the “right” schools.
At last, some news about our local bowlers. A big shout out to Dave Smevik, Kari K., Ben Viseyli, Nick Saadi, Debbie Burgoyne, Heather Luckie, Millie Carter, and Susan Herron for representing Incline Village in the CCUSBC City Open.
Birthdays to celebrate this week: Maggie Browder on March 13 and Kevin Weiss on March 19. Happy Birthday!
The Deal or Steal this week is again at Diamond Peak. The resort has lots going on during the weekend with the annual Celebrity Winterfest for the Special Olympics. Go enjoy.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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