‘Star studded’ evening of elegance to support renovations at Sugar Pine Point State Park
Special to the Sun
TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. — The Sierra State Parks Foundation invites you to attend a fun-filled, first-time event, on Saturday, Oct. 4, 4-6:30 p.m. on the Tahoe Gal.
A “star-studded” evening blends comedy, elegance and ogling some famous West Shore sites on a paddleboat excursion and cocktail party along Tahoe’s West Shore “Hollywood style.”
Guests will walk the red carpet to board the boat at 4 p.m. sharp, receive a glass of champagne and be treated to a unique tour. This is a signature event fundraiser to restore the historic marine railing system at the south boathouse at Sugar Pine Point State Park. SSPF has secured a $40,000 matching grant for this project and has high hopes of meeting that goal very soon.
The evening includes the satirical humor of your tour guide, long-time resident, Ed Miller, as he reveals never-before-told Tahoe fables, while viewing the magnificent homes and landmarks from the Lake between Tahoe City to the great Hellman- Ehrman Estate at Sugar Pine Point.
The champagne will continue to flow as you enjoy the jazz saxophone of Remmel Wilson and 1950’s Hollywood-inspired appetizers.
The Tahoe Gal will offer a signature martini that night and their cash bar will be available to guests.
“Tahoe Elegant” attire is strongly encouraged, and a “parks experience” live auction will be held.
Ticket price for the evening fundraiser is $75 per person. Space is limited to 75 guests, purchase tickets at http://www.SierraStateParks.org or by calling 530-583-9911.
In addition, SSPF will be drawing the winning raffle ticket for an exclusive dinner party for 24 inside the historic Hellman-Ehrman Mansion, valued at $8,500. Raffle tickets are $100 and a limited number of these tickets are still available.
The mission of the Sierra State Parks Foundation is to provide critically needed financial and professional support to the Lake Tahoe-Truckee region state parks for education, interpretation, restoration, and cultural and environmental preservation, consistent with the mission of California State Parks.
Heidi Doyle is the Sierra State Parks Foundation Executive Director and may be reached at 530-583-9911. For more information, visit http://www.SierraStateParks.org.