North Shore Earth Day celebration |

North Shore Earth Day celebration

TAHOE CITY – Celebrate the Earth on April 20 and 21 during the Annual North Shore Community Earth Day Celebration.

Activities for Friday, April 20 include a slide presentation by local nature photographer Jon Paul from Second Nature Photography and a wine and cheese reception to follow. The event is hosted by the North Tahoe Arts Center in Tahoe City (next to Fire Station) and begins at 7 p.m. Additional sponsors include Wild Oats Market, Trader Joe’s, Lake Tahoe Brewing Company, Safeway Food Stores, and Raley’s Supermarket.

On Saturday, April 21 there will be an Earth Day celebration at Sand Harbor State Park from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Activities include an all-day music extravaganza with Oroboros, Resination, and other performers. Environmental education booths, artisans, hands on displays, solar and wind exhibit, earth-friendly vendors, kayak demonstrations, veggie and carnivore edibles prepared by excellent, local restaurateurs and much, much more will be on hand.

Admission is free. Please carpool.

No dogs are allowed within the state park.

All activities are sponsored by The League to Save Lake Tahoe, Sierra Nevada College, Incline Village GID’s Waste Not Program, Sand Harbor State Park and, most importantly, local volunteers.

For more information please contact: Elisa Royce at (530) 584-1660, Jill Sarick at (775) 831-8603 or Madonna Dunbar at (775) 832-7401.

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