Incline Village news briefs: Battle Born BeerFest Friday at Alibi |

Incline Village news briefs: Battle Born BeerFest Friday at Alibi

Help celebrate Nevada Day by joining in the fun at Alibi Ale Works for the second annual Battle Born BeerFest on Friday, Oct. 28, from 4-7 p.m., at the taphouse at 204 E. Enterprise St.

This event is a fundraiser hosted by the Rotary Club of Tahoe-Incline. Tickets are $25, and include a flight of four locally crafted beers, appetizers by Sol Truck, and a chance to win a Diamond Peak season pass in the Grand Prize Drawing.

Costumes are encouraged. Live music will be provided by Brad Perry; DJ and emcee services are provided by Brendan Donovan and Tahoe Blue Entertainment.

It marks the second year the Rotary Club has held this event.

Tickets are available from members of the Rotary Club of Tahoe-Incline, at Alibi Ale Works and at the door. For information or to donate a raffle prize or auction item, contact Linda Offerdahl at

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Nevada Day, celebrated as a legal holiday on the last Friday in October, honors the day that Nevada was officially admitted to the union. The actual day was Oct, 31,1864, during the Civil War.

The nickname Battle Born is the official state slogan of Nevada and it appears on the Nevada State Flag. The official Nevada Day parade this year will be celebrated on Saturday, Oct. 29, in Carson City.

14th annual Trail of Treats and Terror hits the town tonight

The annual Trail of Treats and Terror — scheduled for 4-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27 (today) — is celebrating 14 years of hosting a safe, family fun community event.

The event takes place at the following locations: Donald W. Reynolds Community Non-Profit Center, Incline Village Recreation Center, Lake Tahoe School and Sierra Nevada College.

Each location involved has its own “spook” factor rating with a variety of games, prizes, crafts and more.

Further, don’t miss the special magic show at Lake Tahoe School that will run every 45 minutes, beginning at 4:15 p.m.

All Incline Trick-or-Treaters and their families are welcome. Please use the venues’ stroller parking zones. No pets are allowed at the event.

This event is made possible by the collaboration of the following partners: Incline Village Parks & Recreation, Lake Tahoe School, Sierra Nevada College, D.W. Reynolds Center, NLTFPD, Washoe County Constable’s Office, Washoe County Sheriff’s Office, CERT, Village Church and the Incline Village Library.

A free shuttle service is available between the Incline Middle School and Sierra Nevada College parking lots. To learn more, visit

Diamond Peak job fair set for next week

Diamond Peak Ski Resort is hiring for the 2016-17 ski season and hosting a job fair on Saturday, Nov. 5.

Prospective employees can attend the winter job fair at the Diamond Peak Base Lodge at 1210 Ski Way from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. to meet with hiring managers and learn more about the various opportunities for full-time, part-time and weekend employment.

Applicants are encouraged to apply online in advance of the job fair, as managers are continually reviewing applications.

Job seekers can view available positions and apply online at

Tahoe Fund gets $50,000 grant for environmental innovation

The Tahoe Fund’s plans to bring innovation to the environmental challenges facing Lake Tahoe got a big boost last week from the Robert and Dorothy Keyser Foundation with a $50,000 matching grant.

According to a news release, the matching grant is for the Tahoe Fund’s new Environmental Venture Trust, a program designed to provide early stage seed funding to innovative projects around the Tahoe Basin.

Tahoe Fund is seeking donations to secure the full matching grant so it can begin soliciting ideas for innovative pilot projects.

The focus will be on the areas of highest concern in Tahoe, including the recent announcement of 66 million dead trees in the Sierra Nevada forests, the expansion of aquatic invasive species throughout the watershed, the continued challenge to maintain and improve the Lake’s famed water clarity, transportation challenges, outdoor recreation expansion and stewardship.

For more information about how you can contribute to the Environmental Venture Trust, visit

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