Chili Cook-off set for Saturday at Kings Beach Library |

Chili Cook-off set for Saturday at Kings Beach Library

Several classes and events are scheduled this month at Kings Beach Library.

After hosting a float on Saturday, March 7, in the Kings Beach SnowFest! parade, the library is hosting a Snow What? Contest, as well as its second annual Chili Cook-off.

For the cook-off, enter your favorite recipe, and you could win a prize. A $5 minimum donation to the Friends of the Kings Beach Library gives attendees unlimited chili tastings.

There will be a snowman design contest for kids and a strolling magician during the event.

The library’s free tech classes continue on Friday, March 6, from 6-7 p.m. with a “Computer Basics” course in Spanish.

On Thursday, March 12, from 2-3 p.m., Carl Leblanc from Tahoe Tech Group will lead a Q-and-A session. On Thursday March 19, a “Get to know your iPhone” class takes place from 2-3 p.m.

Then, on Thursday, March 26, at 2 p.m., Doug Greenwood of Alpen Software will teach a class on “Safety First: Privacy and Security Online.”

The library’s annual Literary Peep Show is slated for March 15-April 4. Create a diorama using “Peeps” that represents your favorite book and display it at the library.

Visit the library at 301 Secline Street in Kings Beach, or call 530-546-2021 for information.

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