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Village Notes: What’s happening in Incline Village

Jean Eick
Special to the Bonanza

The opportunity for precipitation is not in our forecast, so we will need to make the best of our outdoor activities. This weekend, enjoy Ullr Fest — this might be the best activity of the season. And if everyone asks, maybe the snow gods will smile on us and bring us snow!

McAvoy Layne presents Mark Twain’s Hawaii on Saturday, Jan. 24, at the Mark Twain Cultural Center & Toccata Guttman Music Hall in the Village Center. For Reservations email or call 775-833-1835.

Feb. 6 is the annual Father Daughter Dance at the Tahoe Biltmore. For information or to purchase tickets, visit or call 775-298-0010.

Join the Tahoe Institute for Natural Science for Scotch tasting on Saturday, Feb. 28. The Scotch tasting will include five scotches and a four-course dinner from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Donald W.. Reynolds Community Non-Profit Center. For information, contact Kirk Hardie at or 775-298-0065, and visit to make reservations.

Save the date of Monday, Aug. 10. Tahoe Family Solutions will present Nando Parrado during the Monday night performances at the Shakespeare venue at Sand Harbor. Tickets will not be available for purchase until March so mark your calendars now to visit for updates. For information, contact Elyse Gut at or call 214-906-5454.

I did not receive one birthday this week, but did have several mention to me that I “forgot” to mention their birthday. It is up to friends and relatives to send me this information. Do not disappoint your friends — send me the information!

The Deal or Steal this week is the huge bash that is going to happen at the Hacienda on Thursday, Jan. 29. It is the 29th anniversary at the Hacienda and will feature unbelievable prices and nonstop fun. Go celebrate!

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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